Read, explore and act: ways you can help #EndHIV4Her
Edition 1: May 2016
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Join us to end HIV for her

by Patrick McCrummen, Sr. Director, Worldwide Corporate Contributions at Johnson & Johnson

Young women make up more than 60% of all young people living with HIV, and 72% of new HIV infections among adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa. What puts them at greater risk for HIV infection, and how can we meaningfully address these factors?

Please join us as we begin a digital community dedicated to ending the HIV and AIDS epidemic for girls and women. Every month we will send the latest news and stories to your inbox. There are three things you can do to help bring us closer to an AIDS-free generation: read, explore, act. Together we can end HIV for her. Visit the hub»


Women and girls deserve better

by Patrick Fine, Chief Executive Officer, FHI 360

New baby, new experience

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

Gender equity imperative to ending AIDS by 2030

by International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (ICW)


Helping Girls Achieve Power in South Africa
Helping girls achieve power in South Africa
Food Security Responses to HIV and gender inequities
Women, HIV and food security: The intersections of survival


Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, June 1st at 10 am EDT, and 4 pm CEST for the next #AIDS2016 Twitter chat focused on girls, women and HIV. 

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