World AIDS Day 2008

Feature

Feature

Oxfam trained health worker, Ilda Irune, in the local hospital in Machaze, Mozambique. Credit: Steve Simon/Oxfam

Every day 3000 people die from HIV/AIDS related illnesses. The HIV pandemic can be beaten – but it takes the will and action of governments around the world.

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27 November 2008

Oxfam is campaigning for healthcare for all, and is calling for developing country governments to build health services that can improve the wellbeing of people living with HIV.

27 November 2008

Oxfam seeks to ensure that there is access to affordable ARV medicines worldwide to those who need them.

27 November 2008

The Global Fund for HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria works with governments and civil society in developing countries to improve services tackling these three diseases. Rich governments and institutions must keep their promises to fund the Global Fund.

27 November 2008

Every day 3000 people die from HIV/AIDS related illnesses. The HIV pandemic can be beaten – but it takes the will and action of governments around the world.

In depth

In depth

Promoting pro-poor medical innovation
13 November 2008
Nurse Margaret Ganga has worked in the health service for 38 years. Here she takes the blood pressure of Grace Banda, who had a Caesarian section after difficulties during labor. Lilongwe, Malawi. Credit: Abbie Trayler-Smith/Oxfam

The Global Fund for HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria works with governments and civil society in developing countries to improve services tackling these three diseases. Rich governments and institutions must keep their promises to fund the Global Fund.

An aids patient holding drugs provided through the Thai government treatment program. Credit: Tom Greenwood/Oxfam

Oxfam seeks to ensure that there is access to affordable ARV medicines worldwide to those who need them.

Oxfam trained health worker, Ilda Irune, in the local hospital in Machaze, Mozambique. Credit: Steve Simon/Oxfam

Oxfam is campaigning for healthcare for all, and is calling for developing country governments to build health services that can improve the wellbeing of people living with HIV.

Join the growing global movement demanding Health and Education For All.