A Day in the Life of AHF

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For nearly 27 years, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has provided cutting-edge medicine and advocacy, regardless of one’s ability to pay. Today, with over 270,000 patients in 32 countries worldwide, the organization’s average output EACH DAY is: 4,363 patients cared for in a clinic; 3,361 HIV tests conducted; 174 people identified as HIV-positive and linked to care; and 87,251 condoms distributed.

Thank you to the dedicated doctors, advocates, program managers, pharmacists, testers, and staff that make these impacts a reality every day.

A day in the life of AHF

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