Decemebr 1st is World AIDS Day, a day for people of the world to unite and fight HIV and remember those we have lost to the terrible pandemic. It is estimated that, globally, over 34 billion people are currently infected with HIV. World AIDS Day is a chance to attend an event, learn the facts, and work with people towards an end to the AIDS virus. RED and ONE are hosting a huge event in Washington D.C. to promote awareness and try to spark intrigue and action in the “Beginning to an End of AIDS” campaign. This campaign is supported by President Obama, former President Bush, former President Clinton, Alicia Keys, Bono and more. The goal of this campaign is to have an AIDS free generation in 2015. UNICEF, UNAIDS and the World Health Organization have also been working towards an AIDS free generation in 2015. UNICEF is proud to announce that through hard work and cooperation of partnerships, increased access to HIV services has reduced new infections in the world by 15% over the past decade. UNICEF is always working to help women and children receive care and proper education relating to HIV and AIDS. An AIDS free geenration by 2015 is possible if the research and dedication to the cause continues!