The Clinton Foundation and the Gates Foundation are only two of the many well-known U.S. non-profit organizations entrenched in a long battle against HIV and AIDS. For both organizations, the fight rages on in all parts of the world, including the Russian Federation. That fight may all but end in Russia — at least for the Gates and Clinton Foundations.
Not long ago, we worried about whether Gates had forgotten about HIV/AIDS. We’re happy to report that it hasn’t as there has been a lot of movement in this space lately.Read More
Lest you worried Gates might be pulling back on its HIV/AIDS funding, it recently made a $5 million grant to Virginia Commonwealth University to help drive down the cost of HIV/AIDS drugs in high demand.Read More
Global health funders are pouring millions upon millions of dollars into the fight against diseases like malaria and tuberculosis. But where do things stand with HIV/AIDS funding? We take a look.Read More
The Gates Foundation has been thinking about condoms for many years, in different ways. Lately, it's backed more research on materials that enhance sensitivity—and address the most common complaint about condoms.Read More
World AIDS Day has come and gone once again. And once again, some pretty big initiatives were announced. One of the largest is a new initiative focused on AIDS prevention among girls and young women.Read More
The Firelight Foundation in Santa Cruz, California, is one of a handful of funders willing to underwrite the work of small, grass-roots, community based organizations addressing the needs of young people orphaned or infected by HIV/AIDS.The Foundation makes small grants, usually less than $10,000, to indigenous organizations, some with modest budgets and even more modest infrastructures.Read More