Ribbons and Roses, By Catherine Opie

Ribbons and Roses, By Catherine Opie

In 2011 ETAF Ambassador and prominent photographer, Catherine Opie got the enviable opportunity to peek into Ms. Taylor’s closets and other private spaces while immortalizing them in images that will be published in a new book, 700 Nimes Road, coming out summer or fall 2015.

GAIA/Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinic Program in Malawi

GAIA/Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinic Program in Malawi

Our Managing Director has returned from his recent trip to Malawi, where he saw first-hand the impact the ETAF/ Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) partnership has had on the region. Since 2008, this partnership has been bringing health care to the people of Mulanje and Phalombe districts through the GAIA/Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinic program. Currently, there are seven mobile health care clinics, which provide access to life-sustaining health care to the 1 million residents in these rural districts.

Mothers Helping Mothers with HIV in Africa

Mothers Helping Mothers with HIV in Africa

ETAF grant recipient mothers2mothers works in Africa to train, employ, and empower Mentor Mothers, who are living with HIV, to work alongside doctors and nurses in understaffed health centers as members of the healthcare team.

Charlize Theron’s Africa Outreach  Project

Charlize Theron’s Africa Outreach Project

AIDS Activist Spotlight: ‪#‎ETAF‬ is grateful to ‪#‎AIDS‬ activists like Charlize Theron and the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project...

Elizabeth Taylor’s Commitment to Fighting AIDS Continues Today

Elizabeth Taylor’s Commitment to Fighting AIDS Continues Today

We are deeply motivated by love and pride for our grandmother, as we unite as a family to participate in AIDSWatch. We want to remind people of the extraordinary work that she did, and show that we can all learn from her example, and we can all make a difference...

Committing to the End of AIDS as a Global Health Threat

Committing to the End of AIDS as a Global Health Threat

The Board of UNAIDS, the coordinating body for global HIV policy and programming, gathered in Geneva in December to rally support for a remarkable goal: The end of AIDS as a global health threat by 2030...