The Champions for an AIDS- Free Generation are a distinguished group of former presidents and influential African leaders committed to an AIDS-free generation. Individually and collectively the Champions rally and support regional leaders towards ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat. The Champions transcend political partisanship to speak freely and independently about the issues that need solutions, both publically and behind the scenes.
Our vision is an AIDS-free generation in Africa.
Our mission is to rally and support regional leaders towards ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat.
Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation meet with South African President Jacob Zuma to discuss the future of the AIDS response
South Africa pledges full support to the Champions
PRETORIA, 14 April 2015—The Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation met with the South African President, Jacob Zuma, to discuss strengthening partnerships across politics and the private sector in order to step up the response to the AIDS epidemic in South Africa and across continent...
Champions come together to announce strengthened efforts for an AIDS-free generation in Africa
JOHANNESBURG, 13 April 2015—The Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation gathered together today to announce new efforts to ensure that all children in Africa are born free from HIV and that children living with HIV have access to life-saving treatment. Since young people continue to be deeply affected by the epidemic, the Champions also announced that they will add adolescents and HIV to their portfolio of work.
JOHANNESBURG, 15 April 2015
The Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation in Africa concluded their-three day high-level meeting in Johannesburg with the signing of The Declaration of the Champions.
The Declaration warns against complacency and calls for renewed urgency in response to AIDS.