Media campaign #NoOneShouldBeLeftBehind changes attitudes towards people living with HIV in Kazakhstan

In cooperation with UNESCO IITE, Kazakh civil society organizations, media partners, celebrities and young bloggers, UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office has implemented an online campaign to reduce stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV. Integrated under a hashtag #NoOneShouldBeLeftBehind four different media projects jointly raised public awareness about people living with HIV and other people who are often rejected and discriminated. The campaign reached over 1 million people with messages that helped to dispel myths, provide correct information and challenge harmful prejudices and stereotypes that fuel HIV epidemic. For more information…

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Equitas Health Launched Statewide HIV Awareness Campaign On December 1

Equitas Health is commemorating the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day by launching the HIV awareness campaign Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U). Using this as an opportunity to both continue the fight against HIV while also supporting those living with HIV, Equitas Health is one of 780+ health organizations worldwide to sign a scientific consensus stating that there is no risk of sexual transmission of HIV from a person living with HIV who has an undetectable viral load. In Ohio, over 23,000 Ohioans have been diagnosed with HIV, yet less than…

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Global Fund and HEINEKEN Enter Into Partnership to Fight Against Infectious Diseases in Africa

The Global Fund and HEINEKEN today launched a new partnership, joining forces to further advance a common goal: ending HIV, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics in Africa. As part of the partnership, HEINEKEN will lend its expertise in the areas of logistics and communications to support the Global Fund in better reaching specific demographic groups that are most at risk of HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. At the core of the partnership, HEINEKEN will pair supply chain experts with logistics planners at the Global Fund to share expertise in demand-forecasting and…

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Amelie & CDPHE launch Spanish HIV Prevention Campaign

One case of HIV is diagnosed in Colorado each day. In early 2017, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment tasked Amélie with helping to eradicate this epidemic by raising awareness in the LGBTQ community about PrEP, the daily pill that is over 90% effective in preventing HIV. To tackle the first step in behavior change, Amélie created “Proud to be PrEPPED,” a campaign that put people and their real-life stories in front of the camera to break down the stigmas that discourage some from getting on PrEP. The…

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Keep Your Pants On Campaign From Napo Pharmaceuticals Chosen as Best HIV-Related Awareness Campaign of 2017 by Healthline

Napo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a human health company developing and commercializing novel gastrointestinal prescription products from plants used traditionally in rainforest areas, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jaguar Health, Inc. announced today that its “Keep Your Pants On… Unless You Don’t Want To” (KYPO) campaign was chosen by Healthline as the “Best HIV-related awareness campaign.” The KYPO campaign highlights the need to recognize and treat diarrhea in people living with HIV/AIDS. Healthline, which is the world’s fastest growing health information site and has an audience of more than 65 million readers…

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