1 Dec 2006

Stop Aids Globally

Imagine a town where you only see grandparents and young children, and the rest are mysteriously missing. The schools have no teachers, the hospitals have no nurses. This is what AIDS is creating in impoverished countries.

But people all over the world are fighting back. They're working to save their families and towns. Countries can stop AIDS – when the burden of unjust debt is lifted and affordable medications, plus funds for education, care and treatment, are provided. Politicians hold the key – we must show them the way forward. Join us now to be a part of the solution.


"The global HIV/AIDS epidemic is an unprecedented crisis that requires an unprecedented response. In particular it requires solidarity — between the healthy and the sick, between rich and poor, and above all, between richer and poorer nations. We have 30 million orphans already. How many more do we have to get, to wake up?"
– Kofi Annan, United Nations
Secretary General

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