HIV Epidemic Response Ambassadors Meet With Members Of U.S. Congress To Advocate For Full Funding Of Global Fund

Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Empowering women and girls in the fight against HIV
Sarah Hollis, senior communications manager at Friends of the Global Fight, highlights the advocacy work of two African women affected by HIV, noting, “As HIV Epidemic Response (HER) Ambassadors, Martha and Sibu work to empower and inspire the next generation of female activists in the fight against HIV. Earlier this month, they traveled to D.C. to use their voices and their stories to meet with members of Congress and advocate for life-saving HIV treatment and prevention programs. … While in D.C., Martha and Sibu participated in 14 Hill meetings where they spoke about the life saving work of the Global Fund and the need for stepped-up funding for the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria” (5/31).

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