• Undetectable = Untransmittable
    Did you know? When a person is on antiretroviral treatment, and that this one has an undetectable viral load, it can no longer transmit the HIV virus. Equation referring to U=U This scientific evidence is also known as “Undetectable = Intransmissible”. Undetectable means that the viral load, or the amount of virus in the blood, […]
  • Key populations
    In the current dynamics of the global HIV / AIDS epidemic, the communities most at risk of the virus are sex workers, men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs. Because of the discrimination and even the criminalization to which they are subjected, these people are indeed 10 to 24 times more […]
  • Montréal — The next AIDS-free city
    Like other important cities in the world, Montréal made a commitment on the 12th of June last to do its part to help ending the global AIDS epidemic by the year 2030. Montréal is thus in line with the 2014 Paris Declaration, which stresses the decisive role of cities in attaining UNAIDS’ 90-90-90 Objective by the year 2020: […]
  • Evelyn Farha passes away
    At 92, the honorary president of the Farha Foundation passed away on January 18, 2018 after 25 years of fighting HIV / AIDS. She wanted to continue the work of her son Ron Farha, who died of HIV / AIDS in 1993. Very active within the foundation, she managed to raise through the marches she […]
  • The loss of Evelyn Farha
    The honorary president of the Farha Foundation, Evelyn Farha, passed away on the 18th of January 2018 after battling valiantly for 25 years for people living with HIV/AIDS. She was 92. She had been strongminded to continue the work of her son, Ron Farha, who died from HIV/AIDS in 1993. Very active, she had raised […]
May 2022