| Organizations and Resources|
|Women, Children, and HIV: Resources for Prevention and Treatment|
State-of-the-art clinical information and training resources on prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, care of women and children with HIV, and related topics. A collaborative project of the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center (FXBC) at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and the UCSF Center for HIV Information (CHI).
|AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth, and Families|
A national, non-profit organization founded to help respond to the unique concerns of children, youth, women, and families who are living with, at risk for, or affected by HIV/AIDS. They conduct policy research, education, and advocacy on a broad range of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and research issues.
|Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative|
Their programs provide comprehensive medical and social services to HIV-infected and exposed infants and children in Houston, Romania, Mexico, Panama, and southern Africa.
Camp for kids affected with
HIV/AIDS. Located in Willow River, Minnesota, the camp provides the opportunity to
experience the pure joy of being a kid while instilling a sense of liberation, support,
strength, hope, and confidence.
Mission is to enhance the mental,
physical and spiritual well being of young people infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS, in
the belief that self-esteem is the foundation for building this trinity of wellness.
Provides free camping and mentoring
programs for hundreds of children living with HIV and AIDS. Located in Southern California,
the camp provides an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors while forming support groups with
|Children Affected by AIDS Foundation|
Grantmaking organization that funds projects designed to make a difference in the lives of children infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS, primarily in the United States. Includes orphan initiatives.
|Children with AIDS Project of America|
An advocacy group started by parents who adopted an HIV-positive baby. Includes adoption and HIV/AIDS resources.
|Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation|
Their goals are to prevent transmission of HIV from mother to child, to improve the lives of children with HIV/AIDS and other serious and life-threatening diseases, and to ensure that children are at the forefront of every scientific breakthrough. The Foundation is involved in many international initiatives.
|Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Center (FXBC) of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey|
The mission of FXBC is to expand health and supportive services that improve the quality of life for children and families with chronic illness including HIV infection in the United States and globally.
|National Pediatric AIDS Network|
Information regarding HIV/AIDS in pediatric and youth communities, including medical information, clinical trials, international issues, complementary therapy, and more.
Journal published by the The American Academy of Pediatrics; includes significant HIV-related content.
|International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials Group|
(IMPAACT) (formerly the Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Group)
|Pediatric HIV Treatment Issues|
Index of articles and web resources from The Body.
The purpose of the Positive Life web site is to serve as a resource to improve the quality of life for youth with HIV/AIDS and to provide information on AIDS research and clinical trials. The site also includes a bulletin board and an "Ask the Expert" section.
|Talking with Kids About HIV/AIDS|
Guidance for parents on discussing HIV/AIDS with their children. Also in Spanish.
|United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)|
UNICEF is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential.