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Saving Lives Creating Hope Documentary
  

Saving Lives Creating Hope Documentary

 

 

 

 

Poster: Collection of photos of people with red AIDS ribbon superimposed in the center and the acronym PEPFAR below the ribbon


A Film by Still Life Projects, 2008

 

Transcript

"Saving Lives Creating Hope" is an unforgettable tale of the human spirit: of bold leadership and the transformational power of partnerships in the fight against global AIDS. In the documentary, government, faith, community and private sector leaders from Haiti, Rwanda and Tanzania share inspiring stories of the impact of PEPFAR.

 

Today, in partnership with the American people, leaders around the world are saving the lives of their countrymen and women. They are creating hope for a brighter future for millions. They are helping to turn the tide of the pandemic.

 

Just five years ago, many wondered whether prevention, treatment and care could ever successfully be provided in resource-limited settings where HIV was a death sentence. President George W. Bush led the American people and the world to act with PEPFAR - a five-year, comprehensive approach to fighting HIV/AIDS around the world. It is a commitment based in hope and faith in the courageous leaders in nations devastated by HIV/AIDS.

Documentary Trailer
PEPFAR and Warner Bros. Entertainment are proud to present the trailer for “Saving Lives Creating Hope.” Developed through a public-private partnership between PEPFAR and Warner Bros., the engaging new trailer gives audiences a sneak peek of PEPFAR's “Saving Lives Creating Hope” documentary.

 

   
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