This World AIDS Day on 1st December 2012 marks a critical moment in the global HIV response
Huge progress has been made since HIV was first identified over 30 years ago. A tipping point in the epidemic is now within our reach. All it takes is governments like the UK investing enough funds, in the right interventions for the right people. If we scale up the response now, and see that tipping point passed, we can save billions in future investments and countless lives.
We want a generation where no one dies of AIDS, where no one newly acquires HIV, and where the rights of all people living with or affected by HIV are upheld. The world cannot abandon progress made to date. We need the UK government to announce they will develop a blueprint, mapping how they will lead the HIV response both in the UK and globally, on 1st December.
Help us by sending a letter to David Cameron today.