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People who use drugs continue to be left behind in the response to HIV. This year's 'Support. Don't Punish' campaign called for more supportive policy environments for harm reduction, better access to HIV services and an end to the stigmatization of people who use drugs.
Wednesday 17th May
A day of solidarity and global action by individuals, communities and politicians to strike a blow against the stigma and secrecy that surrounds HIV and AIDS.
In April, the Elton John AIDS Foundation hosted a business breakfast at London’s Tate Modern which brought together representatives from over 50 global businesses that have an interest in the HIV/AIDS epidemic and its impact on their operations.
In celebration of Elton John's 70th birthday, Romero Britto, a leading figure in the neo-pop art movement, has generously donated a limited set of 50 fine art prints of 'Music Man', Britto's acclaimed portrait of Sir Elton, to raise funds for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Transgender (LGBT) people in Africa face discrimination and in many countries imprisonment just for being who they are. In some countries, gay people even face the death penalty. We have launched a new Fund to save the lives of LGBT people in Africa.
AIDS is the biggest killer of young people in Africa. This is the only age group where AIDS deaths are rising. At the Elton John AIDS Foundation, we know AIDS can be beaten, so we've launched an appeal called ‘Young Survivors’ to save the lives of 50,000 people.
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people received a HIV test as a result of our funding in 2015