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World AIDS Day 2015 is coming – Tuesday, December 1, and it’s gonna be big.
World AIDS Day is a time to remember, honour, respect, educate and unite people around the world about HIV/AIDS – one of the most destructive diseases humankind has ever faced. It brought with it profound social, economic and public health consequences and remains one of the world’s most serious health and development challenges.
The global theme for World AIDS Day 2015 is: Getting to Zero: Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths.
And we know young people are the key to achieving this goal!
The life-saving advances in HIV/AIDS would not have been possible without the advocacy and mobilization efforts of public awareness organizations. Since 2005, YEAH has been a part of that effort – JOIN US IN SPREADING THE WORD THIS WORLD AIDS DAY.
We know you’re busy, but it would be amazing if you would take part.
Got 2 minutes?
Share our video.
Got 4 minutes?
Post a selfie of you (and friends) with the #GettingToZero #GetRedAware message, upload on all your social media networks tagged and we’ll help you share your message with the World.
Got the Giving vibe?
Donate to and/or spread the word about our World AIDS Day donation campaign.
We are always thankful for your support, but especially this World AIDS Day. Here’s to helping #GettingToZero by asking more people to #GetRedAware.
Love, YEAH XOXO
"The fact that I have HIV is not because of what I did, it’s because of what I didn’t do. And what I didn’t do is what millions of young people are not doing in this world today – they’re not using a condom." http://ow.ly/V7Laa
Over the last 10 years the MTV Staying Alive Foundation has awarded over 550 grants to HIV organisations in 60 countries. In the lead up to World AIDS Day, we're celebrating 10 years of amazing work from the MTV Staying Alive Foundation - which back in 2009 supported the development of our own Red Aware campaign. After 10 years YEAH and the Red Aware campaign are still going strong, so a BIG THANK YOU to MTV. #MTVSAF10