Keeping the Promise!


The Lives

1,000,000 people still die of AIDS every year.

The Infection

1,800,000 people become newly infected with HIV annually.

The Funding

$1 billion in global AIDS funding has been cut since 2013.

Take Action – Join Us!


To “Keep the Promise” on AIDS means caring about the world’s most vulnerable people. Without funding to defeat the epidemic, millions of women, children and men will be newly infected and die from AIDS—all because they cannot afford the lifesaving medicine they need.

We must not abandon the fight!

By committing to “Keep the Promise,” we can ensure money is available for programs focused on prevention and testing and guarantee Universal Access to treatment for all. Join us in urging the world to “Keep the Promise” on AIDS funding and treatment!


AHF at the IAC


If you’re going to the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam on July 23-27, we’d love to meet you! With a presence in 40 countries, we have a lot of know-how on advocacy, policy and clinical science to share—and we also want to learn from you! Check out our planned conference activities below:


Find AHF at Booth #307

Find us at booth #307 and find out how you can help.


We're Also At The Global Village


Join us in the Global Village at booth #650 for an intimate glimpse into the worlds of our AHF Girls Act members. Through our unique virtual reality experience, you will get a firsthand look into the lives of empowered and confident girls from Kenya, Uganda, Peru and Haiti who are overcoming their status and leading healthy, productive lives.


Girls Act At The Global Village

Join us in the Global Village at booth #650.

Then Join Us At Our Satellite Events

About Us

Since 1987, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has grown from a small community-based hospice providing compassionate care for people dying of AIDS in Los Angeles to the largest global HIV/AIDS organization. AHF currently serves more than 921,000 people in 39 countries.

As a truly independent voice, AHF fulfills its mission to provide cutting-edge medicine and advocacy regardless of ability to pay through its social enterprises such as AHF Pharmacy and Out of the Closet thrift stores. Their work combines innovative health care delivery models with positive policy changes that help bring life-saving treatment, testing and prevention services to all who need them.

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