Every day 600 children around the world are newly infected with HIV.
We have the science and medicine to get that number to zero, but families lack the services they need to keep their children HIV-free.
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is the global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV/AIDS. With a unique focus on research, advocacy, and HIV prevention, care, and treatment services, EGPAF is helping mothers, clinics, and nations end the threat of AIDS to children worldwide. EGPAF has a global footprint reaching nearly 8,000 sites and works in 15 countries, providing critical care and treatment to more than 2.5 million pregnant women and families each year.
Every family deserves the chance to ensure their babies are born HIV-free, no matter where they live. EGPAF will do whatever it takes until no child has AIDS.
To learn more about EGPAF and our vision for an AIDS-free generation, please visit www.pedaids.org.