Women wait to receive reproductive child health services at a Tanzanian health facility. Over 20 million pregnant women have accessed PMTCT services through programs supported by EGPAF globally.
(Photo Credit: EGPAF/James Pursey)
Letter to CWA from EGPAF President
As we think back to the work Elizabeth Glaser started 25 years ago, there is much to applaud. We have seen a 95 percent reduction in new AIDS cases in the U.S., and a 50 percent reduction in new infections in children around the world. The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has been a major contributor to this achievement, and just recently celebrated having reached more than 20 million pregnant women with HIV services to prevent transmission to their babies. This accomplishment marks a significant milestone for EGPAF and the worldwide effort to end AIDS in children. On behalf of all of us at EGPAF, I want to thank you for being a part of this remarkable progress. We deeply appreciate your generosity and are grateful to count you among EGPAF's most significant and influential supporters.
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