This year marks not only the 25th anniversary of AID FOR AIDS, but also of its pioneering HIV Medicine Recycling Program that helped launch the organization.
The last year has been though, with the COVID-19 pandemic heavily reducing medicine donations. However, our team stands strong!
Having recycled $160 million worth of medication and provided access to treatment to over 20,000 people in 70 countries around the world, the HIV Medicine Recycling Program is proof of our success in developing and implementing innovative solutions to address complex social issues.
We continue to work with our allied organizations, case managers, healthcare providers and collectors across the U.S to raise awareness on the potential of surplus medication in saving lives; and over the past year we have also started to develop new initiatives within the program, such as webinars and digital awareness campaigns.
Celebrate this milestone with us by spreading the word on our program!