For $500, you can be a "producer" for the upcoming PAI documentary film, focusing on the impact of U.S. HIV/AIDS prevention policies and programs in Kenya and Uganda. This film will show how the U.S. and others can improve policies, and make even bigger strides in the fight against the disease.
For $150, you can help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS by supporting PAI's advocacy work on behalf of comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention efforts that address the full range of needs in developing countries. It is only through sound policies and adequate funding that the global community can win the battle against the disease.
For $25, you can help PAI ensure that when women and families in developing countries visit reproductive health clinics for treatment and care, the shelves are fully stocked with the medical and contraceptive supplies needed to deliver healthy babies, keep mothers alive and safe from harm, plan pregnancies and protect families from HIV/AIDS.
For $50, you can support PAI in briefing a Member of Congress, and other policymakers worldwide, about how investing in family planning and reproductive health programs saves millions of lives, while slowing the spread of HIV/AIDS, reducing poverty, easing the likelihood of civil conflict in the developing world, and protecting our natural resources.
For $100, you can support PAI's advocacy grants program. This program provides small but powerful seed grants and training opportunities to organizations in developing countries, building their advocacy capacity so that they can effectively fight for strong family planning and reproductive health policies in their countries, as well as at the regional and international levels.