Educate on AIDS
2 vaccine kits
Your donation will pay for two AIDS Vaccine Literacy Toolkits for people in the developing world where the epidemic is the most serious and where people have limited access to health education. The primary purpose of this Vaccine Literacy Toolkit project is to provide materials and tools that are culturally relevant for the individual needs of countries, communities and audiences, but that contain accurate, globally...
Computer for a lab
Your gift will provide a computer for one of our nine field sites across East and Southern Africa. AIDS vaccine clinical studies are very complex and data intensive, so local scientists need access to high-tech computers. Your support will ensure that these local researchers have all the tools they need in their search for an AIDS vaccine. AIDS vaccine research requires complicated technology. Your gift...
Stock A Clinic
One month of supplies
Your gift will provide one month’s worth of latex gloves and band aids for one of our developing country sites. Supplies like this are necessary for these clinics to function and to do so at the highest standards of treatment and care. Access to healthcare in the developing world is often very limited. To date, over 14,000 people have received Voluntary Counseling & Testing (VCT)...
Your gift will provide the money for a stethoscope for one of our developing country sites. Equipment like this is necessary for these clinics to function and to do so at the highest standards of treatment and care. Access to healthcare in the developing world is often very limited. To date, over 14,000 people have received Voluntary Counseling & Testing (VCT) services from IAVI. Your...
Light A Lab
One week of power
Your gift will provide the necessary money to keep the power on at one of our sites for one week. This will allow the lab and clinic to function, and will provide the essential security that the research samples will not be spoiled. It is vital that these scientists have all the tools they need for their research so they can find a vaccine as...
Find A Vaccine
One hour of research
Your gift will pay for an hour of an AIDS vaccine researcher’s time. IAVI is committed to finding an AIDS vaccine for use throughout the world. IAVI’s scientific team, drawn largely from the vaccine industry, researches and develops AIDS vaccine candidates and conducts HIV clinical trials and research. IAVI prioritizes the most promising products and moves them swiftly through the vaccine development pipeline. Despite the...
3 months of research
Your donation will provide network access to one researcher for three months. AIDS vaccine clinical studies are very data-transfer intensive and require local scientists to be kept up-to-date on research and procedures. Your support will ensure that clinical data gets entered into centralized databases quickly and that local scientists have access to the latest study results and research. AIDS vaccine research requires complicated technology. Your...
Health worker training
Your donation will cover the cost of training one local healthcare clinician in Good Clinical Practice standards. GCP workshops train participants on ethical responsibilities, safety assessments, standard operating procedures and much more. Case studies and hands-on experience transfer skills and create team-building opportunities. GCP training also helps build capacity in the community and the experience contributes to trainees’ careers. These trainings also help to accelerate...
Counsel and Test
HIV services for 50
Your donation will cover the costs of one outing of a Mobile Voluntary Counseling and Testing Unit. Access to healthcare clinics is often very limited for those in rural areas, so mobile teams take the services to the people. One team can provide HIV counseling and testing to over 50 clients a day. Access to these services helps educate people on how to stay HIV-negative...
Youth awareness club
Your donation will sponsor a youth to attend an AIDS awareness club for one month. The club includes around 25 youths who put on skits and plays, create music, and do formal presentations for the community. They educate others by using their personal experience about living positively and about the importance of getting tested for HIV. Spreading awareness about AIDS helps decrease the rate of...