International Community ‘Must Take Drastic Action’ To End AIDS

Huffington Post: Committing to the End of AIDS
Joel Goldman, managing director of the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, and Todd Schafer, president and CEO of the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance

“…To end AIDS, we need to aggressively allocate resources and implement programs like [our Mobile Health Clinic program] at the front lines NOW if the world is going to meet UNAIDS goal within the next 15 years. … At the UNAIDS December meeting in Geneva, we witnessed the world making a commitment to an AIDS-free future by 2030. While the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance are proud to play a key role in striving toward that remarkable day, the world and its political leaders must take drastic action to meet a goal that is so clearly within our grasp” (2/9).

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