“GAIA takes the medical breakthoughs of the developed world and brings them to the far end of the road where 1 out of 6 adults is HIV-positive and healthcare is often many hours away.”
GAIA joins UNAIDS’ call for an end to AIDS by 2030
With leading support from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, GAIA is tackling this challenge with a bold and innovative campaign to achieve the 90-90-90 goals in rural Malawi where the epidemic is greatest and treatment resources are scarce.
The key is free accessible HIV Testing and Counseling provided door-to-door, reducing stigma and reaching men who are the hardest to reach, least likely to access treatment, and most likely to die from the disease.
An ambitious treatment target to help
end the AIDS epidemic.
90% of all living with HIV will know their HIV status 90% of those who know their HIV status will receive antiretroviral therapy 90% of all receiving antiretroviral therapy will achieve viral suppression
Getting to End of AIDS
1,000,000 Client Visits and Counting
100 Villages Served Annually in Malawi
HEALTHCARE CAPACITY BUILDING
500+ GAIA Nursing Scholars Supported
GLOBAL AIDS IMPACT
39 Million Lives Lost 37 Million Living with HIV/AIDS 20 Million Don’t Have Access to Treatment
LIVING WITH AIDS
1 in 265 In USA 1 in 20 In Sub-Sarahan Africa 1 in 6 in Malawi where GAIA Focuses
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