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Kensington Palace Nov 30
Replying to @Sentebale
The Duke of Sussex met advocates at earlier this year — watch again The Duke in conversation with :
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Michel Sidibé Aug 24
is not a foregone conclusion. My full speech:
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Michel Sidibé Aug 15
“AIDS is not over. That is why I’m sounding the alarm.” Read my whole speech to :
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Greg Owen Nov 4
Anyone who knows anything about / activism and the history of this movement will understand why I’m beaming from ear to ear to be cuddled up with . I also had a huge crush on Peter after watching How to Survive a Plague. *this was a highlight of my
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The Global Fund Dec 24
It's time for a at the moments that shaped 2018. ✅ AIDS 2018. Breaking Barriers. Building Bridges. - July 2018 joins , working to break barriers that impede access to care and build partnerships to end the epidemic.
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Mercy Ngulube Nov 26
My favourite part of the day has been walking across the lobby and hearing someone shout - “Hey, Mercy! Where’s your bridge going this week?” 🤣 my speech at has obviously left me with a reputation...
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Family Planning 2020 Jan 13
Women of reproductive age are disproportionately affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Read about how integrating & HIV services can help protect women & girls.
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MichRoss Jan 18
A really important article on PrEP and trans women. we worked with and presented on these issues at Amsterdam. As we have been saying in our PrEP promotions Works for trans folk. 💜
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Dr Sumera shams Dec 1
For Commemoration of 31st with Medical Students & Doctors community. is better than cure. is a socio-economic issue which need proper attention to tackle. believes in a Healthy society.
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Ministry of Health Sep 10
Government issues a notification for bringing the HIV/AIDS Act into force from 10th September 2018.
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@Ñåïk Nov 30
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Linda-Gail Bekker Aug 25
Here is the science you all submitted to AID2018 - thanks for doing so! Our response gets stronger as we share evidence and best practices!
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End AIDS Coalition Aug 26
“We know that HIV is linked to the second class status of girls and women worldwide,” at . The goal to eradicate by #2030 is not possible without gender equality.
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The Global Fund Jul 28
Meet Kunal from ! An advocate and part of the network at . Now that the conference has come to a close, what is his key takeaway? Energy. Activism. Optimism.
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Adam Shanley Aug 1
Replying to @Adlers1
The activism and dedication to make change despite adversity was genuinely humbling. Some of us face funding crises and political apathy in our activism, more face rejection, violence and even death in theirs.
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The Global Fund Aug 9
may be over, but we are still building bridges and breaking barriers to .
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CSPAN Aug 10
Discussion on U.S. Efforts to Combat HIV & AIDS, & host – LIVE on C-SPAN2
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Scarlet Alliance Nov 12
Member org outlined the work put into having artist representation at the wall of artwork from the group since 2002 was a stand out. People loved our tshirt by Queenie Bon Bon and our Ask a a Question was also super popular!
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IAPAC Aug 16
is proud to be recognized by as a key online influencer at last month's ; we are in good company with allies who utilized Twitter to convey our advocacy messages, including
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The Lancet HIV Aug 2
A key theme of the recent conference—the importance of youth engagement to the fight against —has also been picked up by in their latest Editorial.
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