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Description: Reach Out Mbuya

Location: Uganda

Read our new Grassroots newsletter!

In this spring edition of Grassroots, you’ll read about the transformational work of our partners and their hopefulness for a future free from AIDS, and see the faces that represent the change that your gifts enable every day.

Read Grassroots online!

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TRANScend stigma, discrimination, and inequity

Join the Partners in Pride movement!

Find out how you can move in global solidarity with LGBTIQ communities in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Democratic Republic of the Congo to transcend inequity.

Join Partners in Pride!
PEFO grandmothers, Uganda.

Photo Credit: Alexis MacDonald/SLF

Description: PEFO

Location: Uganda

We did it! Thanks to your generous gifts, we reached 100% of our goal!

Thanks to you, we achieved our Spring Matching Campaign goal! That means a full $100,000 has now been MATCHED by an anonymous donor! Together we can cut the AIDS pandemic off at its roots.

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Description: ROTOM

Location: Uganda

Healing, Health, and Hope: Prioritizing home-based care and community responses to HIV and AIDS

A new report draws on the experiences of 40 grassroots organizations in countries across sub-Saharan Africa. Hear first-hand from home-based care workers and clients about powerfully effective responses to HIV and AIDS.

Read the Report
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Photo Credit: Museruka Emmanuel

Description: Reach Out Mbuya

Location: Uganda

Read our new Grassroots newsletter!

In this spring edition of Grassroots, you’ll read about the transformational work of our partners and their hopefulness for a future free from AIDS, and see the faces that represent the change that your gifts enable every day.

Read Grassroots online!
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Photo Credit: Shutterstock/Rawpixel

TRANScend stigma, discrimination, and inequity

Join the Partners in Pride movement!

Find out how you can move in global solidarity with LGBTIQ communities in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Democratic Republic of the Congo to transcend inequity.

Join Partners in Pride!
PEFO grandmothers, Uganda.

Photo Credit: Alexis MacDonald/SLF

Description: PEFO

Location: Uganda

We did it! Thanks to your generous gifts, we reached 100% of our goal!

Thanks to you, we achieved our Spring Matching Campaign goal! That means a full $100,000 has now been MATCHED by an anonymous donor! Together we can cut the AIDS pandemic off at its roots.

A grandmother having her blood pressure checked during a home-based care visit by a ROTOM volunteer

Photo Credit: Provided by ROTOM

Description: ROTOM

Location: Uganda

Healing, Health, and Hope: Prioritizing home-based care and community responses to HIV and AIDS

A new report draws on the experiences of 40 grassroots organizations in countries across sub-Saharan Africa. Hear first-hand from home-based care workers and clients about powerfully effective responses to HIV and AIDS.

Read the Report

Championing health and human rights with community-based partners to respond to the AIDS pandemic in sub‑Saharan Africa.

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Protect decades of progress on AIDS

As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, find out how our partners continue to adapt their essential work in HIV and AIDS.

COVID-19 Update
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Join the movement to end AIDS

Your monthly support provides the reliable resources needed to plan for an AIDS-free generation.

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Become a Partner in Pride

Join us to champion health and human rights with LGBTIQ communities in sub‑Saharan Africa.

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The proven power of home-based care

Since 2003, the Stephen Lewis Foundation has been committed to funding home-based care as an essential part of the response to the HIV pandemic. SLF Director of Programs, Leah Teklemariam, explains the urgent need to continue supporting home-based care workers’ commitment and expertise.