Today, take 60 seconds to meet Hlengeka, a young woman who was diagnosed with HIV when she was pregnant. Thanks to advances in science, she was able to breastfeed her newborn baby without worrying about transferring HIV to her child.
Her story - and millions like it - are possible thanks in part to the work of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Founded in 2003 by the Bush White House, this bi-partisan effort has saved and improved the lives of people worldwide, and is pushing us ever closer to an AIDS-free generation.
Make sure you give PEPFAR a follow and keep up with their efforts during this new administration.