Private Sector Plays Critical Role In Ending AIDS

Huffington Post: The $22 Million Domino Effect
Deborah Dugan, CEO of (RED)

“The domino effect can be a truly beautiful thing. But in the case of the AIDS fight, when every domino is a private sector player, we don’t want dominos down. We want as many as possible standing proud if the match is to be won. And winning is the virtual elimination of AIDS. We are at a tipping point in the fight against AIDS. We now know that we can end this pandemic — a possibility that was considered impossible 10 years ago — but only if the world keeps its foot on the gas…” (1/25).

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