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Happy Holidays from Face to Face!

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The 24-in-24 Events raise over $50,000!

F2F would like to extend a huge thank you to Board Member Jeff Grant, all of the athletes that participated, and our supporters for making this whole fundraising effort possible. We look forward to more events in 2015!

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F2F hosts former First Lady of Malawi and Malawi delegation to the UN

We hosted the former First Lady of Malawi and present Special Advisor to the President on HIV, Maternal Health, and Population, Callista Mutharika (in blue) for a special cocktail party in Manhattan. Mrs. Mutharika has taken a special interest in F2F.

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Youth+ Group in Battambang

Breaking barriers in Cambodia, F2F’s Youth+ Group is the country’s first program in which HIV+ youth interact freely with other youth. The Group learns about HIV prevention, how not to discriminate, what being HIV+ means, and how they together can reduce infection and discrimination among their peers.

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Rising Stars teaching Asamoah an energetic chant. Looks like Asamoah is enjoying himself!

The biggest soccer star in Africa, Asamoah Gyan, captain of the Ghana national team, met our HIV+ youth sports Rising Stars as part of the UNAIDS Protect the Goal youth & HIV campaign kickoff in Malawi.

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2014: A year of Breaking New Ground

Check out F2F's Fall-Winter Booklet from 2014, detailing all of our hard work over the past year in Malawi and Cambodia. Here's to more progress, growth, and community-building in 2015!

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About the Face-to-Face AIDS Project

Our Mission

Nurturing self-reliance and civic responsibility in people affected by extreme poverty and disease so they can develop the knowledge and confidence to initiate sustainable strategies that raise the quality of life for themselves and their communities.

Who We Are

A US 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Brooklyn that implements programs from a field office in Malawi and through a close partnership in Cambodia with the highly acclaimed grassroots non-governmental organization, Salvation Centre Cambodia. Our office in Malawi operates as a Malawi-registered nonprofit.

A Different Approach to Charity

The Face-to-Face AIDS Project believes long-term change is possible if a community has the collective mindset and leadership structure to take ownership of its future. Rather than telling people what to do, we prefer to confront specific issues such as extreme poverty, famine, HIV, malaria, and other diseases, orphan care, or women’s rights by equipping the community with the tools to come up with solutions on their own.

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