Youth Power to end AIDS by 2030
GenEndIt is a collaborative initiative to empower youth to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2030. It is a coalition of youth-serving organisations made up by AVERT, the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, Grassroot Soccer, MTV Staying Alive Foundation, Sentebale, The PACT, and UNAIDS.
GenEndIt’s work focuses primarily on creating a global community of youth activists in partnership with a coalition of organisations championing young people who share a common commitment to ending HIV and AIDS as a public health threat.
GenEndIt has three focuses:
- The project is focused on creating and promoting messages by youth for youth that highlight HIV in all its complexities, the political and social realities associated with it and how we can realistically end AIDS for good;
- GenEndIt intends to engage youth, both physically, online and through peer-to-peer interaction
- It intends to build and maintain a collaborative network of individuals and organizations committed to supporting and sustaining the initiative’s goal of empowering youth to end AIDS.
Meet our GenEndIt Youth Ambassadors
They will focus on building a movement of young people committed to ending AIDS.Learn more
Meet our GenEndIt Youth Steering Group
They will support young people in donor and emerging donor countries to drive change on the reprioritisation of global HIV and AIDS.Learn more