World AIDS Day 2021: Giving Thanks
The pandemic has highlighted many vulnerabilities in our global health systems. Simultaneously it has revealed what working together, as a united force, can accomplish.
This World AIDS Day we give thanks to the many people who have worked to help educate our global communities, particularly those who have invested in ensuring evidence-based content reached the last mile. The TeachAids HIV education has been effective and far-reaching due to our incredible partnerships and support from various artists, animators, medical professionals, researchers and ambassadors.
Last year on Dec. 1, we celebrated unsung heroes by highlighting a handful of their motivational stories across the globe. These heroes championed this cause to deliver life-changing education in the most creative ways.
This World AIDS Day, we invite you to join us as we recognize the invaluable efforts of our award-winning HIV ambassadors. These individuals selflessly donated their time, voices and their persona to elevate our HIV education content. Throughout the day, we share behind-the-scenes glimpses of what went into developing our customized multinational HIV prevention education. To see these video clips visit Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn. Their voices resonate across age groups, cultures and artistic inclinations, making the education content instantly relatable and embraced.
Together, these celebrity ambassador voices have reached 82 countries globally.