IAPAC champions the ability of more than 250 cities around the world to get to zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero stigma for all people and all communities. Join us as a Fast-Track Cities Champion – committing to support our efforts to end urban HIV epidemics by 2030.
Your tax-deductible donation today directly funds the life-saving work that is being advanced by local Fast-Track City stakeholders. As the core technical partner of the Fast-Track Cities initiative, IAPAC is uniquely placed to identify, support, and monitor innovative work that is having an impact on stopping new HIV infections and curbing AIDS-related deaths across the cities network. In their role as “laboratories of innovation,” cities are innovating when it comes to scaling up HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and support. Every city is also actively engaged in eliminating stigma perpetrated against people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
We are asking for your donation of $20.30 to help Fast-Track Cities end their HIV epidemics by 2030. Thank you for your investment Fast-Track Cities and IAPAC. Together, we can make a difference.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit association, IAPAC applies for educational grants and solicits sponsorship support for our various advocacy, educational, and technical assistance activities from corporate, foundation, and government grantors and sponsors. Among our corporate grantors and sponsors are companies that manufacture and market diagnostics and pharmaceutical agents in the field of HIV medicine, including comorbidities such as HBV, HCV, tuberculosis, and non-communicable diseases associated with aging with HIV.
To learn more about how to support IAPAC’s work through grants or sponsorships, please contact:
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH
President/Chief Executive Officer
The IAPAC Corporate Roundtable brings together companies and other entities that share a commitment to ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. Each Roundtable meeting is tailored to timely and pertinent topics of interest to its members and provides a forum for focused dialogue on current issues related to the business and practice of HIV medicine and the improvement of patient care.
To learn more about IAPAC Corporate Roundtable membership, please contact:
Bertrand Audoin, MBA
Vice President/Strategic Partnerships