ST. MAARTEN AIDS FOUNDATION
Since it was established in 1990, the St. Maarten AIDS Foundation has been promoting HIV/AIDS awareness on the island and assisting with the care and support of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS along the two main pillars of Prevention and Care.
St. Maarten AIDS Foundation is committed to eliminate new HIV infections as well as other STIs through comprehensive prevention education and behavior change programs, while securing universal access to care and treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS in an environment free from stigma and discrimination
The St. Maarten AIDS Foundation seeks to prevent the transmission of HIV and other STIs and reduce their negative impact, including stigma and discrimination, while providing compassionate care, practical support services, and advocating on behalf of those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
- Respect for diversity
- Gender equality
- Accessibility and Transparency
- Integrity and Honesty
- Secular and non-partisan
- Professionalism and Accountability
- Open communication
The Foundation promotes equal opportunities irrespective of HIV status, race, political views, religion and sexuality.
Getting to Zero: Zero new HIV infections.
Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths