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Transcript of EJAF
To provide focused and sustainable funding to frontline programmes that help to alleviate the physical, emotional and financial hardship of those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS, and to continue the fight against this worldwide pandemic.
Restless Development Alignment
No more HIV infections + No more AIDS deaths
= No more discrimination
No more HIV Infections
Each year, 2.6m people become newly infected with HIV, often because they don't know the risks or don't have the means to protect themselves. Everyone should have access to HIV information, protection and testing, so they can protect themselves and those around them.
Over 1.8m people die of AIDS each year. Most would survive with the right care, given early enough. We look at bottlenecks to expanding HIV treatment programmes and work with partners to solve them, always making sure that they are affordable and become part of a national system.
Everyone is entitled to dignity
Everyone has the right to information, opportunities and choices as part of the empowerment process
Everyone has the right to access the best medicine.
No more AIDS related deaths
Those most directly affected by the epidemic are central to finding effective solutions.
Care and concern for each and every person, respect for their human and legal rights – particularly of the most vulnerable and marginalised – is central to any caring community.
No more discrimination
Stigma is still HIV's most deadly symptom. We have easy ways to test for HIV, and effective drugs to treat the HIV virus. We cannot use them if people living with or at risk to HIV are shunned or denied access. Compassion cures discrimination. It needs no special qualifications, just a belief that all people deserve the chance to protect themselves and others. Without compassion, we cannot create an AIDS free future.