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More than 200,000 children die each year from AIDS related illnesses. Prevention of mother to...
More than 200,000 children die each year from AIDS related illnesses.
Prevention of mother to child transmission is one of the most effective ways to prevent HIV spreading. Women living with HIV are desperate not to pass the virus on to their unborn children, yet every day more than 650 children are born with HIV. The solution, however, is simple. Just one pill, once a day.
Show your support for these brave mothers who are fighting every day to keep their children healthy.
At the Elton John AIDS Foundation, we are committed to creating an AIDS free future so that every child has a fair chance in life.
In the past three years, we’ve enabled 65,000 children to be born HIV free. We are contributing to a global goal to prevent the deaths of one million mothers and children under five by 2015.
We have met so many inspirational women who are fighting for a world without AIDS. Sign our pledge to show your support for these incredible mothers and for a generation born HIV free.