September 24 - An Evening in for Dining Out for Life® Hosted by Subaru

Clean-food Cooking and Celebrity Conversation on Instagram Live
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CAMDEN, N.J., September 24, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The COVID-19 pandemic has forced dramatic changes to all of our lives and brought devastating challenges to the restaurant community, as well as to the healthcare organizations who support people in need. The annual restaurant-based fundraiser, Dining Out For Life® hosted by Subaru, sends crucially needed funds to HIV/AIDS organizations in cities across North America.

Three New Seasons of MTV Shuga to Promote Sexual Health in Africa

By Nicole Bitette

The MTV drama series Shuga is hoping to help millions of young viewers protect themselves from HIV with three new seasons of the show airing across southern Africa and Francophone west Africa. Unitaid, the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine will contri

Team Viacom Marches to Stomp Out AIDS

by Michael Valentino

Here’s a shocking statistic: one in five new HIV infections is among people ages 13 to 24.

These are the same young people at the heart of so much of Viacom’s programming. On Sunday, May 20, Viacom showed that it is caring, giving, walking, and fighting to battle this epidemic by participating in AIDS Walk New York, the largest single-day AIDS fundraising event in the world.

Dig in, Dine Out for HIV Care April 26

Dining Out For Life® hosted by Subaru® set for Thursday, April 26; NYC takes a seat at the table

WHAT: Dining Out For Life® hosted by Subaru® is a restaurant-based event with a truly fulfilling call to action: Dine at one of the 3,000 participating restaurants in more than 60 cities across North America on Thursday, April 26, 2018 and that restaurant will donate a generous portion of the day’s proceeds to fund HIV/AIDS care, prevention, education, testing, counseling and other essential services in their city.

The Dapivirine Ring: The Next Frontier in HIV Prevention


While we have made tremendous strides against HIV over the past several decades, one challenge has remained persistently unaddressed—the ability of women to protect themselves, and others, against HIV.

For too long, the decision to use prevention has been controlled by men, either directly or indirectly through their ability to withhold agreement to condom use even if a female partner requests it. To expect that we can control HIV without options for women, who account for 52 percent of HIV prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa, is to expect the impossible.   

Saving Lives with Science

Leading Kenyan pharm company Universal Corporation Ltd brings affordable high-quality medicines to sub-Saharan Africa
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Nairobi, August 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Universal Corporation Ltd (UCL), a pharmaceutical manufacturing company based in Kikuyu Township on Nairobi, Kenya’s outskirts, has joined the Business Call to Action (BCtA) with a commitment to provide an additional 6 million doses of first-line treatment for childhood diarrhea each year by 2019. At the same time, the company has pledged to introduce two new low-cost medicines to combat malaria child mortality into the sub-Saharan African market.

SECURE THE FUTURE Hosting Teens at AIDS 2016

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SECURE THE FUTURE program is hosting over 100 teens living with HIV at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa this week.  The young people are coming together to share their stories of living positively.  These teens face unique challenges.

Teens Sharing Their Stories at AIDS 2016

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Teens are coming together today in Durban, South Africa, to share their experiences and challenges living with HIV.  A full-day workshop sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundations SECURE THE FUTURE program will engage young people with HIV in developing their own ‘call to action’ for adolescent HIV policy and programming to be shared at the IAS conference. Learn more at our website, or follow u

SECURE THE FUTURE Gives Teens a Voice at AIDS 2016

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July 15, 2015 /3BL Media/ - A generation after the HIV epidemic first shook the world, the statistics can still seem daunting. That’s especially true in sub-Saharan Africa, where today 1.6 million adolescents between the ages of 10 and 19 are living with HIV. But if you look beyond the numbers you’ll find more hope than ever.


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