Flashback: World AIDS Day special

On World AIDS Day, we're highlighting a few people and projects from within the PopTech community that are making inroads in the prevention of HIV/AIDS by building awareness, promoting HIV testing, and supporting people living with the disease.

2009 Social Innovation Fellow Deb Levine founded her organization, ISIS (Internet Sexuality Information Services), in 2001 to build better tools to promote sexual health and prevent disease. ISIS gives people private and convenient access to information on critical health issues like HIV prevention and unplanned pregnancies.


2010 Social Innovation Fellow Kel Sheppey and his organization, Wild4Life, are focused on leveraging preexisting organizations, and especially wildlife conservation NGOs, to promote HIV testing and awareness-building campaigns in remote communities.

“Sinikithemba” is Zulu for “give us hope” or “we give hope.” The Sinikithemba Choir is a group of HIV-positive Zulu men and women, who performed at PopTech 2006, that provide support to persons with HIV/AIDS at McCord Hospital in Durban, South Africa.

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