Jun 30, 2014

EGPAF Events in Washington DC - June, 2014

Last week, EGPAF hosted two successful events here in Washington, DC and I wanted to share some details and highlights with you. Read More

Nov 5, 2013

When You Speak out for an AIDS-free Generation, Congress Listens

We put forward a call to action to our supporters in the United States– contact your senators and ask that they support the U.S. global HIV/AIDS response -- and you answered, overwhelmingly. Thousands of letters were sent to Capitol Hill expressing the critical importance of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) program-- with constituents urging their senators to become leaders on global HIV/AIDS issues. Read More

Nov 5, 2013

“Blood Brother:” A Moving Portrayal of the Fight to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS

Stories of hope and inspiration reach us from all around the world, and while no two are exactly alike, few are as powerful as the story depicted in the documentary “Blood Brother.” This film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, where it won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award, and was recently reviewed as a “Critic’s Pick” in The New York Times. Read More

Aug 8, 2013

Story of Hope: Ryan, USA

Ryan Darling is a young man in the United States living with HIV. After getting involved in Dance Marathon while attending UCLA, he helped to start Dance Marathon at the College of the Holy Cross. He shares his inspirational story of how Dance Marathon and EGPAF changed his life. Read More

Aug 5, 2013

A Deep Scar in My Heart

International Reporting Project
They say people come and go in our lives, but when she left us, it left a deep scar in my heart. Your memory will live on forever, my dearest sister. Rest in peace. Read More