amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

amfAR works with healthcare workers and AIDS organizations in developing countries to create and implement effective HIV research, treatment, prevention, and education strategies.

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In Pursuit of an “AIDS-Free Generation”

In a wide-ranging interview with amfAR, U.S. Secretary ofState Hillary Rodham Clinton discusses progress and challenges on the road toan AIDS-free generation.

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New amfAR Awards Battle HIV/AIDS, Stigma in Caribbean

amfAR announces nine awards to support frontline groups working directly with men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender populations.
 

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A Real-World Solution to AIDS in Asia

Narrated by Whoopi Goldberg, this short film sheds light on the lifesaving work of amfAR's TREAT Asia program.

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International Initiatives

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TREAT Asia (Therapeutics Research, Education, and AIDS Training in Asia)

Launched in 2001 to combat escalating rates of HIV infection across the continent, TREAT Asia has become a model of regional collaboration in HIV/AIDS research, education, and training. Today the TREAT Asia network comprises 21 adult sites, 22 pediatric sites, and 17 laboratory sites across the region. Its achievements include the publication of research reports on treatment outcomes in Asia; creation of the first adult and pediatric HIV observational databases in the region; and the formation of a pediatrics network to improve care and extend the lives of HIV-positive children.

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The GMT Initiative

Since 2007, amfAR has been serving the HIV-related needs of gay men, other men who have sex with men (MSM), and transgender individuals (collectively, GMT) throughout the developing world through its MSM Initiative. In 2012, the program was renamed The GMT Initiative to better reflect the diversity of the people it serves. Through small, targeted grants to grassroots groups, amfAR helps expand access to HIV education and prevention services; supports advocacy aimed at increasing funding for prevention and treatment services; and works to end the stigma, discrimination, and violence that threaten the lives of GMT and fuel the spread of HIV/AIDS.