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Video of the Week: USAID and Nelson Mandela

Mandela Announcing a Partnership with USAID on AIDS

In this week’s Video of the Week, we highlight Nelson Mandela’s announcement on the AIDS Response Partnership, Durban in 2000 with USAID.

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Vice President of Ghana Oversees Launch of Online System to Fight HIV-Related Discrimination

The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice's launch of Ghana's new discrimination reporting system. Photo credit: Health Policy Project/Futures Group

On December 2 at World AIDS Day observations in Ghana, His Excellency Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur presided over the launch of a new web-based system for reporting HIV-related discrimination.

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To Win the Fight Against AIDS, We Must First Defeat TB

To mark World TB Day 2013 in Ethiopia the Minister of Health, joined by USAID and partners in the fight against TB, watch a role play created to raise public awareness about getting tested and fishing the prescribed course of treatment. Photo by Karen Ottoni/USAID Ethiopia

This week, tremendous and unprecedented progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS is being celebrated around the world by the HIV and AIDS community. The world has definitely made crushing AIDS a top priority and we’ve been able to accomplish what many would have said 15 years ago was impossible.

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The Power of a Grandmother’s Love

GoGo means Grandmother in most South African languages. Photo credit: Tash McCarroll/USAID

As we approach World AIDS Day 2013, children affected by and living with HIV/AIDS must remain central to the global response. Read more >>

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10 Years in the Making: Celebrating USAID’s Achievements Under PEPFAR

The Building Local Capacity Project has reached 57,223 orphans and vulnerable children (OCV) and caregivers with child health services in southern Africa. Photo credit: Management Sciences for Health

USAID is observing World AIDS Day this year by celebrating ten years of our HIV and AIDS work under PEPFAR. Read more >>

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Men for Others: Keeping Men Safe as They Battle Against HIV

A family celebrates with their child, a sign of togetherness and healthy living. Photo credit: USAID/B. Deutsch

Today, as we celebrate International Men’s Day, we need to “step up” for every man and boy, keeping them safe as they continue the battle against HIV. Read more >>

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From the Field in Vietnam: Small Loans Mean Big Changes for People Living with HIV

In her traditional costume typical of the Thai ethnic minority group in northern Vietnam, Hinh tells her story to a reporter from Vietnam Television with confidence, shining eyes and a radiant smile. Photo Credit: Richard Nyberg/USAID

The USAID HIV Workplace Project, funded under PEPFAR, the USAID HIV Workplace Project. Read more >>

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New Mobile Clinics Take to the Road in Lesotho

Representatives from the Lesotho Ministry of Health, USAID, and EGPAF – including EGPAF COO Brad Kiley (in orange tie) – at a launch for two mobile clinics in Lesotho. Photo credit: EGPAF

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation teamed up with the Lesotho Ministry of Health to launch two mobile health care clinics. Read more >>

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Let’s Talk About HIV: The Importance of Dialogue and Information in Adolescent HIV Care

Teen Talk, a new tool from AIDSTAR-One and BIPAI, is a resource for young adults living with HIV. Photo credit: AIDSTAR-One

In recognition of International Youth Day, AIDSTAR-One Senior Treatment Officer discusses the importance of dialogue and information in adolescent HIV care. Read more >>

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From the Field in Zimbabwe: Unexpectedly HIV-Free

Baby receives health services. Photo credit: USAID

Through USAID and partners’ efforts, the percentage of babies born HIV-positive has decreased significantly in Zimbabwe. Read more >>

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