Social, political and cultural transformations will end the spread of HIV.
A girl-centered, rights-based approach provides practical support and empowers them to be advocates for their futures.
More than 4.25 million women have received treatment to prevent the transmission of HIV to their babies.
With awareness, funding and energy, we can change the course of HIV and build thriving communities.
Educated women’s children are more likely to survive infanthood and go to school themselves.
Investing in adolescent girls and young women means investing in their families, communities and countries.