Pandemics are public health emergencies that require fast, sustained, and thoughtful dedication across borders until the pandemic is over. Without the right policies, enough funding, and robust community involvement, a pandemic response will fall flat--unnecessarily costing millions of lives.
The US has dangerously flat-line its response to the global HIV crisis. HIV is still a pandemic, and people, many in low-income countries, are still unnecessarily at risk. The US has a responsibility to people with HIV around the world to recommit to leadership in ending both the HIV and COVID pandemics. Pandemics aren’t over for anybody until they’re over for everybody.
Join us on June 17th at 8 pm EST--we need to figure out a way forward through the HIV pandemic together and how we can hold the US, the wealthiest country in the world, accountable to doing their fair share for HIV and global health.