Read, explore and act: Ways you can help #EndHIV4Her
Live from #AIDS2016: July 20, 2016
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Digital innovation for an HIV-Free future

by Alice Lin Fabiano, Director, Johnson & Johnson Worldwide Corporate Contributions

In thinking of the many ways in which the world is different since the last International AIDS Conference was held in Durban just 16 years ago, in addition to improved funding for HIV and the reduction of HIV infections, the growth of mobile phone use and internet access has to be considered. In 2000, the world population was just over 6 billion, and more than 500 million people had access to a mobile phone. There were only about 350 million internet users in the entire world. Today, there are 7 billion people in the world, and mobile phone usage has grown so much that there are now more phones than people.


HIV therapy for breastfeeding mothers can virtually eliminate transmission to babies

by NIH

1.5M new moms every year are pregnant and HIV-positive: HIVSA gives moms a path forward

by Neo Mohajane, Programme Director, HIVSA

mother and baby in malawi

An epidemic’s changing face


mother and baby in malawi

Showcasing South Africa’s top 5 innovative mobile health technology solutions

by Zanele Mabaso, Girls' Globe


Leveraging Social Media to Address the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Leveraging social media to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic
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