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HIV programs such as housing and syringe exchanges could be on the chopping block as the November 21 deadline looms. Here’s what you can do.
The programs lower the transmission of HIV and hepatitis C, reduce overdoses and result in these other benefits.
These essential tools and plans can help you respond to a crisis.
Will federal programs—including HIV efforts—have the money to continue after November 21?
Grantees provided training, support services, direct employment and more. Check out these inspiring profiles on five groups.
Plus: Republicans want to slash $63 million from the Housing for People with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) program.
“Young researchers such as myself…can provide a new perspective and contribute to the conversation for a cure,” says Chidera Ejikeme.
The AIDS service organization based in Washington, DC, is part of AIDS United’s Public Policy Council.
We held listening sessions across the country, and this is what we heard.
As the Reverend Claude Bowen puts it: “Wounded healers can’t heal someone else.”
To avoid another government shutdown, a resolution must be met by October 1.
Meet Kimberlynn Mai. She studies the development of integrase inhibitors.
Listen up: This powerhouse from Cameroon offers everyone an intentional conversation about power, privilege and accountability.
The ordained Baptist reverend talks about the intersections of religion, HIV/AIDS and the South.
Several House bills outlined HIV funding increases in line with Trump’s Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative.
Changes to the Title X program concern abortion and target Planned Parenthood. But they should alarm the HIV community.
The bill could potentially lead to greater funds for HIV-related programs.
A guest blog post by Andrew Ngo, age 18.
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