Portraits of Resilience

Portraits of Resilience


 

HIV doesn’t discriminate. It can affect your parent, sibling, friend, lover or colleague. These are portraits of HIV activists that celebrate the impact of artists, philanthropists, leaders, and influencers who are making Canada stronger, while living with HIV. Trevor Stratton, Muluba Habanyama, Ron Rosenes, and Darien Taylor are remarkable Canadians who are making this country a better place — while living with HIV. These resilient Canadians bring their voices and shared experiences to their communities as inspiration to empower others.

 

While advancements in HIV and AIDS research have changed the landscape for people living with the disease, Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) recognizes that HIV still disproportionately affects marginalized communities, including youth, Indigenous populations, women, and gay men.

 

 

Research produces results. CANFAR is funding life-saving science across Canada that directly impacts people living with HIV and improves their lives. As we approach our fiscal year-end (June 30), we need YOUR support more than ever. Our goal of funding $500,000 in Innovation Research grants is achievable, and could result in the breakthrough that brings an end to HIV and AIDS.
 

 


 

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