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Advocates Wake Up World Bank HQ with Free Coffee

The World Bank classifies nations where people earn $2.73 per day or more as middle-income countries (MICs), even though this arbitrary claim is entirely out of touch with reality. Few people would be able to survive, let alone have any income for shelter and healthcare on such a meager budget – roughly the cost of a cup of coffee in a wealthy country. To …

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AHF at C20: Spotlighting Global Health

With the Group of Twenty (G20) having more power to positively affect the world’s development than any other international body, AHF joined civil society organizations from around the world at the Civil 20 (C20) working group on health in Tokyo last month to ensure global health and HIV/AIDS remain on the G20 agenda. “The G20 is unparalleled in terms of economic power—it …

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Have you met Raif?

We have a new AHF Brand Ambassador! Raif Derrazi is an HIV positive activist who is changing the way people view an HIV diagnosis. As a professional body builder, Raif doesn’t let HIV define who he is. He’ll be posting videos, reporting on AHF events, and showing how living a healthy lifestyle is possible on treatment. Watch the video below …

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AHF’s Florida AIDS Walk Raises over $1.5 Million

Fort Lauderdale (March 23, 2019) On a beautiful, sunny Saturday, AHF teams gathered in Fort Lauderdale to bring our 14th annual Florida AIDS Walk to life. This year, thousands of people donned their work out gear and walked/ran for a cause. The money raised will benefit 10 other non-profits that provide HIV/AIDS services in South Florida. The community response to …