CDC Annual Performance Results 2020 – Social Media Toolkit

Since 2003, the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has helped save more than 20 million lives. As a key implementer of PEPFAR, CDC plays a unique role – bringing a combination of scientific and technical expertise and on-the-ground experience to bear in the fight against the world’s two deadliest infectious diseases – HIV and TB. In fact, the data show that, in 2020, CDC’s global efforts to treat and prevent HIV contributed to more than 50 percent of key PEPFAR outcomes aimed at achieving epidemic control worldwide.

In commemoration of this progress, we are excited to share with you a suite of social media cards and posts that highlight the impact CDC and partners are having on the frontlines of the global HIV response, as part of PEPFAR,  and the people and stories behind the data.

Below you will find a range of compelling and easily downloadable resources that you can use on your platforms to highlight the urgency and impact of the global fight against HIV and TB. To learn more, visit CDC on the Frontlines.

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This just in – a new analysis shows the critical role CDC and @PEPFAR play in driving global progress against #HIV. @PEPFAR has saved more than 20 million lives, and CDC’s efforts to treat and prevent HIV worldwide contributed to more than half of key PEPFAR outcomes in 2020. Visit our impact page to learn more about CDC’s work on the frontlines of the global HIV response. @ThomPiercePhotography

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In 2020, CDC provided HIV treatment for 10.5 million people around the world. People just like sisters, Thandazili and Sbusile. Read about their story here @ThomPiercePhotography

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As of 2020, CDC has helped protect more than 13 million men like Jason from contracting HIV — using a powerful prevention intervention. Read Jason’s story here @ThomPiercePhotography

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In 2020, CDC supported more than 483,000 mothers like Thobile get and stay on lifesaving HIV treatment. See her story @ThomPiercePhotography

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Last year, CDC experts helped screen more than 8.1 million individuals with HIV for tuberculosis – the #1 killer of people living with the virus. Read how CDC is leading these efforts here @ThomPiercePhotography

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In 2020, CDC helped more than 1.6 million people like Archibald learn their HIV status. Read his story here @ThomPiercePhotography] @ThomPiercePhotography

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In 2020, CDC helped more than 1.6 million people learn their HIV status, allowing them to start lifesaving treatment. People just like 11-year-old girl Gugulethu*. Learn more here * not her actual name. @ThomPiercePhotography