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15,755 children, adolescents, and young people in Kenya tested for HIV at affiliated sites under a unique public-private partnership designed by AIDSFree.

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“We’re able to reach people who would otherwise not have come in for an HIV test, the ordinary people that wouldn’t normally get routine tests until after they felt sick.”
—Jackie Sallet, Project Director for the AIDSFree Project

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AIDSFree launches Edition 2 of PEPFAR's Best Practices for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Site Operations, providing the best available resources for sites providing high quality VMMC services.

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To ensure safe, efficient, and high-quality VMMC services, AIDSFree launched the Online Training Hub- an innovative and interactive mobile training platform for VMMC programs and providers.

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New pediatric HIV infections declined 66% worldwide from 2002-2016. How will we maintain the momentum?

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It used to take 15 days for these clinics in Zambia to get their data out. Now it takes one.

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