Currently supporting 5,299 sites in 15 countries around the world (as seen in the below table) the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s international efforts have seen great successes in the fight to prevent and eliminate Pediatric HIV/AIDS.
In the first quarter of 2012 the Foundation held its annual Global Program Review which gathers leaders from of our presence countries to present and discuss best practices, lessons learned and work planning for the future. A particularly noteworthy EGPAF program discussed at this review is in the Kingdom of Lesotho, Africa. Below is our latest data around our work with our program in Lesotho. EGPAF’s Mission in Lesotho is to prevent pediatric HIV infections and reduce HIV-related morbidity and mortality among women, children and their families. The Lesotho elimination plan aims to reduce new pediatric infections by 90% in 2015.
From this review you can see we have made great strides in Lesotho. Our accomplishments since the implementation of the program are thanks in part to your support of our work. With your help we can continue the increased momentum to eliminate pediatric HIV/AIDS and see an end to this disease in our lifetime.
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