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AIDS Healthcare Foundation | 2006 Annual Report | Within Our Reach

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AIDS Healthcare Foundation 6255 West Sunset Boulevard, 21st Floor Los Angeles, CA USA 90028-7403 Tel: +1 323.860.5200 | Fax: +1 323.962.8513 www.aidshealth.org


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2006: Mildred Changu Sicheba, R.N., an AHF patient from Zambia, addresses the crowd at the rally preceding the “AIDS Treatment Now: Time to Deliver” march at the International AIDS Conference in Toronto.

within our reach The early days of AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) mirrored those of the AIDS crisis itself — a labyrinth of rare pneumonias, unrelenting fear and immeasurable loss. Yet in the 20 years since it took root, AHF has taken dramatic and vital steps toward changing and saving lives. No matter how hostile the environment, how seemingly impossible the task, the organization pressed on vigilantly. It is in that spirit we look forward to the next 20 years. With alliances forged, we move confidently toward the goal of global AIDS control — thought by many to be an impossibility. We are grateful 2006: More than 1,000 signs carrying the message “AIDS Drugs for Every Nation,” line a table at the rally preceding the “Time to Deliver” march at the XVI International AIDS Conference. The march, sponsored by AIDS Healthcare Foundation, drew marchers from the 150 nations represented at the Conference.

that through hard work and perseverance, controlling AIDS in our lifetime is now a real world possibility. And finally, within our reach.


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our mission

letter from the president

cutting-edge medicine and advocacy, regardless of ability to pay

We are imagining the control of AIDS around the globe.

photo by greg gorman

As AIDS Healthcare Foundation enters its 20th year, we see a light at the end of the tunnel. In 2005, for the very first time, there were fewer deaths and fewer new infections than in the year before. That alone is cause for celebration. Now, 25 percent of people living with HIV in the develSince 1987, AIDS Healthcare Foundation has cared for more than 100,000

oping world who need medication can get it. Six years ago that number was two percent. What is

people living with HIV/AIDS in the U.S. and around the globe. It has grown the magic ingredient that has changed everything? Hope — created by access to treatment. from a grassroots coalition that provided hospice care, to the nation’s largest AIDS organization. With a staff of more than 800, AHF provides

Breaking the Pattern

healthcare through clinics and innovative global programs and continues to help people with HIV live longer, healthier lives.

With treatment being rolled out in almost every corner of the world, AIDS is no longer viewed as a death sentence. More people are willing to get tested, know their status, and protect their partners, thus breaking the chain of infection. Despite these successes, we cannot let our guard down. There are still many obstacles in the path to conquering AIDS and too many lives are still being lost. I am proud to report that 800 dedicated AHF employees are now delivering care and services to more than 53,000 patients in 15 countries. Our advocacy efforts have helped shape much of the response in the

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Imagine and Accomplish The strength of the AHF community, our commitment to our mission, and the organization’s excellent financial health position us well for the future. As we begin programs in new communities in the U.S. and abroad, we are expanding our delivery of healthcare and influencing policy with the sole aim of saving more lives.

total patients served

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At AHF, anything we can imagine, we can accomplish. Today we are imagining the control of AIDS around the globe — something that is now within our reach.

AHF has many contracts, subcontracts and grants with government agencies. AHF’s business development staff bids for these contracts, managed by its Contracts Department. Government contracts account for almost 40 percent of AHF’s revenues. Sources of funds include the Ryan White CARE Act, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Medicare, and state Medicaid.

Michael Weinstein President, AIDS Healthcare Foundation


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letter from the chief of medicine

The knowledge we have gained from studying HIV/AIDS will give us the ability to conquer the diseases of the future. photo by greg gorman

Twenty-five years into the AIDS pandemic, our first real ray of hope came when anti-retroviral therapy was introduced at the International AIDS Conference in Vancouver in 1996. This watershed development saved millions, enabling many people with access to these drugs to live with HIV as a chronic, manageable infection.

The Good News As a scientist working on the frontlines of the disease since its discovery, the good news is that these medicines to control and combat HIV are improving. Very soon, the number of pills an individual must take to control and manage the disease will be reduced. Drug companies are now working together to combine their lifesaving drugs into one tablet or pill containing an entire day’s regimen. Similarly, more potent and durable drugs, such as boosted protease inhibitors and integrase inhibitors, will soon be available to resource-limited countries. Eventually, people around the world will be treated with this once-a-day regimen, with the remainder taking just two or three pills once a day.

38 Million Still in Need Despite international efforts to date, more than 38 million people around the world still lack access to these incredible, lifesaving drugs. To effectively combat global AIDS, there must be universal access. I truly believe there is a future where HIV will no longer be killing people. I can envision many clinics in many lands with stable populations of well patients. Those clinics will not only dispense anti-retrovirals, but will help treat many of the diseases that plague resource-poor countries as well. The knowledge we have gained from studying HIV/AIDS will give us the ability to conquer the diseases of the future. But, while we have much to be thankful for, there is much to do. We must improve and expand the reach of our knowledge by working toward scaling up delivery of HIV/AIDS care and treatment to many more of those in need worldwide.

2006: Hundreds of marchers participated in the AHF “AIDS Treatment Now: Time to Deliver” march. Arriving at Toronto’s Rogers Center they presented the Toronto Declaration to senior Conference officials at the XVI International AIDS Conference. Marchers called on delegates to commit to the goals of the Declaration, which included significantly expanding pediatric treatment and HIV testing globally.

Charles Farthing, M.D. Chief of Medicine, AIDS Healthcare Foundation


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30 countries. 100,000 lives. In 2005, for the very first time in the pandemic, there were fewer deaths and fewer new infections than in the year before. The weapons necessary to combat AIDS have been developed and improved, and mass distribution of anti-retroviral treatment is making a significant difference. Global Reach AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s goal of saving 100,000 lives in 30 countries is now within reach. But we must remain ever vigilant. We will continue to raise our independent voice to navigate the often challenging global

Russian Federation

landscape and do what we do best: advocate for patients and develop innovative treatment solutions that

Ukraine

change and save lives. United States China

Mexico Guatemala

Cambodia

Jamaica

Countries where AHF is committing resources and will soon provide services.

Nepal

Guinea Uganda

Honduras

Countries where AHF is currently providing services.

Vietnam

India

Haiti

Ethiopia

Rwanda

Zambia

Kenya

Swaziland South Africa

Pakistan

Countries where AHF is exploring new project opportunities and completing initial ground assessment.


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reaching milestones Saying Goodbye to Bean In March 2006, AIDS Healthcare Foundation closed its last hospice facility, Carl Bean House. The event marked a significant milestone in the organization’s 20-year history. Carl Bean House, like the organization’s other hospice facilities — Chris Brownlie Hospice and Linn House — was a critical component in the care of patients during the early years of the AIDS pandemic when HIV/AIDS was known as a death sentence. More recently, treatment options and better access to lifesaving treatment have significantly reduced the need for hospice care. Where 20 years ago, HIV/AIDS patients were expected to live only months to a year, today, on average, patients have a lifespan of 20 years or more after diagnosis.

1998: Chris Brownlie, AIDS Healthcare Foundation Cofounder Chris Brownlie at the opening ceremony of Chris Brownlie House, the first licensed HIV/AIDS facility for the terminally ill in California.

2006: Since its opening in 1992, more than 3,000 patients passed through the doors of Carl Bean House. Named after a prominent AIDS activist, the historic Craftsman-style residence, located in the West Adams district of Los Angeles, was renovated to accommodate patients. However, its warm, homelike environment was always maintained.


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advancing treatment AHF Healthcare Centers™ A 2006 client survey resulting in ratings of “very good” to “excellent” lauded the performance of 14 domestic AHF Healthcare Centers in 2006. Of the 953 respondents, 95 percent said they would recommend the service of AHF Healthcare Centers to a friend. The Centers’ physicians were also spotlighted in an advertising campaign featuring the photography of respected photographer, Greg Gorman, who donated his services. The campaign featured portraits of AIDS Healthcare Foundation doctors from its California Healthcare centers and promoted the dedication, training and compassion each of these highly specialized HIV/AIDS physicians bring to the care of their patients. The campaign ran in local magazines and on billboards throughout Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay area.

Care for Victims of Hurricane Katrina AHF partnered with NO/AIDS Task Force, the oldest AIDS service organization in New Orleans, to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. Using a state-of-the-art mobile clinic donated by the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Macy’s,

HIV Medics Training Program

AHF and NO/AIDS partnered to provide services to the three

AHF’s innovative HIV Medics Training Program is helping solve the medical personnel shortage problem in fighting the

primary areas in the greater New

HIV/AIDS epidemic abroad. The intensive, 12-week program

Orleans region where patients had

trains lay people to become HIV-treatment extenders working under the supervision of a physician, nurse or other clinician.

been relocated and subsequently fallen out of care.

To date, 75 medics have received training in Uganda and Zambia. The hope is to continue the program in the Asia Pacific and Latin American regions. AHF is working with JHPIEGO, an international health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University and the Rand Corporation, in a comprehensive evaluation and monitoring of the program. The HIV Medics Training Program was awarded a grant to support three more HIV medic trainings in Zambia in 2007.

2006: AHF Healthcare Centers are partners in care to thousands of men and women at 14 locations throughout California and Florida.


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gaining ground The independent voice of AIDS Healthcare Foundation is far-reaching, and the vital services it provides have improved and saved countless lives. AHF’s expert and celebrated model of care has translated into countless clinical success stories. The organization’s steadfast commitment to provide anti-retroviral therapy (ART) to all those who need it has helped move the global health community closer to achieving universal access to treatment and eventual global AIDS control.

Africa “I lost two brothers and many

Sub-Saharan Africa has just over ten percent of the world’s population, yet it is home to more than 60 percent of all

close relatives to HIV/AIDS. Access to treatment saved my

people living with HIV — a total of 25.8 million. In 2005, an estimated 3.2 million people in the region became newly infected, while 2.4 million adults and children died of AIDS.

life. I became involved with AHF-UGANDA CARES in 2003

Rwanda

as a client and have since

In its continuing efforts to address Africa’s overwhelming

become an HIV medic and

AIDS struggles, AHF joined in a partnership to provide treatment and support services through free AIDS treatment

training coordinator. Now, I’m

clinics in Kagugu, Nyakigezi and Gahanga. AHF currently

not only helping people like

supports more than 500 patients and helps provide

myself gain access to the right

and improves infrastructure to ensure the highest quality

treatment, but I’m training others

anti-retroviral treatment, trains healthcare professionals of HIV/AIDS care. In addition, AHF currently operates clinics in Ethiopia, South Africa, Swaziland, Uganda and Zambia.

to help them as well. Can you believe it?” Grace Akampumuza, AHF Patient/HIV Medics Training Coordinator, Uganda

South Africa In August, AHF’s Ithembalabantu “People’s Hope” Clinic received ART accreditation from the South African national government. Recognized as a model partnership, the clinic is the first non-governmental organization to receive such accreditation. A donation from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation was made in 2006 to purchase lifesaving drugs and services for patients. In addition, singer and Keep A Child Alive ambassador, Alicia Keys, visited the clinic.

2006: An HIV medic helps complete lab work at an AHF clinic in Zambia. Medics participate in a 12-week intensive training course to become treatment extenders, then work under the supervision of an AHF physician, nurse or other clinician.


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a legacy of life


January 1991

a legacy of life

AHF Healthcare Center Opens The first AHF Healthcare Center opens in Hollywood at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center. The network grows to 14 Centers across California and Florida.

From its first days as a hospice, to helping thousands around the world today through lifesaving anti-retroviral therapy, AIDS Healthcare Foundation is leaving a legacy of life. Amid the fear and uncertainty that marked the beginnings of the AIDS crisis, the organization was founded in 1987 by a small group of grassroots activists. Today, AHF is the nation’s largest AIDS organization caring for more than 50,000 people with HIV and AIDS around the world.

October 1992 Carl Bean House

AHF’s mission is to reach 30 countries and save 100,000 lives — a goal once thought impossible, but now within reach.

Carl Bean House, AHF’s second hospice, opens in the historic West Adams district of Los Angeles.

June 1987

Winter 1995

AIDS Hospice Forms

Linn House

With patients dying on the streets of Los Angeles, a small group of activists commit themselves to “fight for the living and care for the dying” and AIDS Hospice Foundation is formed.

Linn House, AHF’s third hospice facility, opens in West Hollywood.

December 1988

April 1995

Chris Brownlie

Positive Healthcare Launch

Chris Brownlie, a gay political activist, person living with AIDS and Cofounder of AIDS Hospice Foundation, is the namesake for the first licensed HIV/AIDS facility for the terminally ill in California. Chris Brownlie Hospice is made possible under legislation sponsored by AIDS Hospice Foundation and funded by Los Angeles County.

In response to cumbersome bureaucracy and fragmented medical care, AHF launches Positive Healthcare, the nation’s first capitated managed care program for people with AIDS.

July 1990

August 1995

Name Change

Lives Cared for and Lost

“AIDS Hospice Foundation” changes name to “AIDS Healthcare Foundation” in response to the growing need for ongoing medical care for its patients.

Celebrities, like Shirley MacLaine and musical/variety acts like the Del Rubio triplets, were popular visitors to Chris Brownlie House where more than 1,000 men and women lived, loved, were cared for and died.

October 1990

Winter 1996

Out of the Closet® Opens

The “Cocktail”

The first Out of the Closet Thrift Store opens in Atwater Village. Revenue from the sales of donated goods fund patient care. AHF goes on to open 20 stores, which become the nation’s biggest retail fundraiser for HIV medical care.

The cocktail ushers in a treatment revolution. AIDS becomes treatable. AHF begins supplying protease inhibitors to patients without guarantees of reimbursement and at great financial risk.


July 1997

2001

WEHO Lounge

Prevention Blitz

AHF’s Treatment = Life program opens the WEHO Lounge in West Hollywood, the nation’s first combination coffee house/HIV testing site.

AHF works to require bars in West Hollywood to make condoms available to patrons. It also advocates for bathhouses to provide testing for AIDS and STDs, rapid testing and prevention.

November 1997

2002

START Program Launches

First Global Clinic Opens

Congresswoman Maxine Waters announces $1 million federal allocation for AHF’s innovative new START Program — “Success Through Anti-Retroviral Treatment” — to maximize adherence to AIDS medications.

AHF opens its first global clinic, the Ithembalabantu “People’s Hope” clinic in the poor community of Umlazi, in Durban, South Africa. Today, the clinic cares for more than 6,000 patients and is rapidly expanding.

October 1998

2003

Housing Vigil

Campaign Saves Over 1200

AHF hosts a two-day AIDS housing vigil as $13 million in allocated federal funds to house people with AIDS in Los Angeles goes unspent.

AHF creates “$300 Saves a Life” Campaign, the amount needed to treat just one person with HIV/AIDS in the poorest countries for one year. The campaign, now known as “Treatment Saves Lives,” has raised $376,944.78.

August 1999

May 2004

Managed Care in Florida

First HIV Medics Graduate

State of Florida signs the nation’s largest disease management contract with AHF for the care of thousands of Florida Medicaid recipients living with AIDS.

On May 22, 2004, AHF graduated its first class of HIV Medics. The 24 graduates were the first to participate in the cutting-edge AHF program designed to train lay people as HIV-treatment extenders in resource-constrained countries.

July 2000

2006

Durban AIDS Conference

Toronto AIDS Conference

AHF executives attend AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, and join with local activists to form partnerships to test and treat South African residents. AHF launches its global effort in 2001.

AHF attends International AIDS Conference in Toronto. After working tirelessly for two decades with little hope, there is good news. For the first time since the epidemic began 25 years ago, there were fewer deaths and new infections than the year before.

November 2000

2007

Magic Johnson Healthcare Center and First AHF Pharmacy Opens

Celebrating 20 Years

AHF opens its Oakland Healthcare center, the first bearing the name of NBA basketball great, Earvin “Magic” Johnson. AHF also opens its first AHF Pharmacy in AHF’s Downtown Los Angeles Healthcare Center.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation is the largest non-profit provider of HIV services in the U.S. and a pioneer in innovative service provider methods. Globally, its anti-retroviral therapy programs reach patients in 15 countries. In total, AHF treats more than 53,000 patients worldwide.


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Latin America/The Caribbean In Latin American, 1.8 million people live with HIV. In the Caribbean, AIDS is the leading cause of death among adults ages 15-44.

Guatemala Opened in July 2006, the Clínica de Atención Integral “Dr. Isaac Cohen Alcahé,” brings much needed ART therapy to people living with HIV/AIDS in the southwestern region of Guatemala. The clinic is located at an existing tuberculosis (TB) hospital and serves as a model of integrated attention and care for HIV/TB co-infected patients and all others living with HIV/AIDS in the region.

Haiti “When I learned of my HIV AHF joined Management Sciences for Health to capacitate Haiti’s national ART response. AHF will provide technical

status, I got very depressed and

assistance to increase the number of people receiving ART,

left my job and family to commit

improve drug adherence, expand access to HIV testing and enhance prevention of mother-to-child transmission programs.

suicide. I found help with AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which

Mexico

provided free medical treatment AHF partnered with Mexican federal, state and local governments in a new, free AIDS clinic in Puerto Vallarta. The community-based, comprehensive HIV/AIDS clinic opened

and gave new meaning to my life. I gained confidence and

in November. Located in a new building directly behind the new regional hospital, the clinic provides medical care and

started working with HIV

lifesaving anti-retroviral treatment to people living with

positive people. Since then, I’ve

HIV/AIDS in the region.

tried not to let down my spirit. The clinic is AHF’s second in Mexico. AHF Inmunidad Global, A.C. opened in Tijuana in October 2005.

I organized a self-help group for HIV-positive people. It is a society where positive people can find a voice, take care of and support

2006: AHF joined forces with federal, state and local government bodies in Mexico to partner in a new, free AIDS clinic in Puerto Vallarta. On hand for the ribbon-cutting and opening celebration was Michael Weinstein, AHF President (center) Jenny Vargas, Medical Director, AHF Puerto Vallarta (right, in lab coat) Jessie Gruttadauria, AHF Director of Public Affairs, U.S. & Latin America (next to Weinstein) and Patricia Campos, M.D., AHF Bureau Chief, Latin America (next to Gruttadauria).

1989: Onlookers sign their names and contribute comments to the “War on AIDS Memorial,” a commemoration wall containing the names of more than 58,000 Americans who have died of AIDS.

one another.” Francis D’Mello, AHF Patient, India


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Asia Pacific With 12 million new infections projected by 2010, AIDS threatens to ravage this diverse region of more than two billion people. During 2005 alone, 8.3 million people were living with HIV in Asia. AHF is at work in China, India and Cambodia in an effort to divert the sweep of AIDS across this territory.

China To address the vast needs of China’s HIV/AIDS infected, AHF is working in partnership with Linfen City Infectious Disease Hospital and Green Harbor AIDS Center. It has established a Center of Excellence model for the provision of quality ART and runs a clinical preceptorship program for HIV physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers in Shanxi.

“When my husband died, I thought he might have been

Cambodia

infected with HIV/AIDS and

AHF works in partnership with the Ministry of Health,

that I might be too. I discovered

National Center for HIV/AIDS, Dermatology & STI. AHF

I was infected in 2004 and got very sick. After four months on

has built capacity at four sites establishing a continuum of care model for ART services.

India

anti-retroviral treatment my condition improved dramatically

Late in 2006, India’s National AIDS Control Organization

and I became involved in a

up medical care and services to people living with HIV/AIDS

people living with AIDS (PLHA) self-help group where I am a

established a partnership with AHF INDIA CARES to scale in India. AHF INDIA CARES is the first international non-governmental organization to gain such approval from India. AHF currently operates three clinics in India located in New Delhi, Mysore and Koppal.

group leader and coordinator. It is my hope to grow and network my group and gain strength and advocacy for PLHA. Sokun Sann, AHF Patient, Cambodia

2006: AHF physician Catherine Chein, M.D., who spends most of her time treating patients at the AHF Healthcare Center in downtown Los Angeles, traveled abroad to care for patients at one of four new AHF partnerships in China.


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influencing change

delivering solutions

Prevention and Testing

AHF and Positive Healthcare® Pharmacies

California’s largest HIV and STD testing and counseling

AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s pharmacy business saw

program achieved numerous goals in 2006.

substantial growth in 2006. Revenue generated from the 10 pharmacies directly contributed to caring for AHF patients

AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s Prevention and Testing

and prevention and testing programs in the communities

Department, which provided over 15,000 free HIV and

AHF serves.

STD tests last year, initiated legislation (Assembly Bill-2280)

AIDS Walk, Florida April 30th marked the first AIDS Walk in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in seven years. AHF President,

to improve the testing process. As a result, the State Office

AHF Pharmacies in California and Florida introduced a new

of AIDS agreed to develop a new model and have AHF take

automated 24-hour prescription refill system allowing patients

part in the pilot. The department also launched the first-ever

to order prescriptions over the telephone. All AHF and Positive

counselor certification program in the state, allowing AHF to

Healthcare pharmacies also accept e-prescriptions, which

train its own counselors.

translates into faster and more accurate prescription fulfillment.

The department’s year-old partner notification program —

In 2007, AHF will grow to 11 pharmacies and plans are to

a free, voluntary, confidential service helping HIV positive

actively pursue new locations for additional pharmacies to

individuals inform past or current sexual or needle sharing

provide patients with greater access to fill their prescription

partners of possible exposure — was so successful it received

needs. AHF and Positive Healthcare Pharmacies specialize

funding for the next three years. Similarly, the department’s

in HIV medications and fostering closer communication

Men’s Wellness Center, also launched in 2005, received funding

between pharmacy customers and healthcare providers,

for an additional three years. The center provides HIV and STD

thereby improving the quality of life for its customers.

screening and treatment services targeting both HIV positive ®

and Jai Rodriguez of “Queer Eye,” singer Deborah Gibson, and actors

Profits rose at Out of the Closet

and HIV negative individuals.

Positive Healthcare

AHF Prevention and Testing Department develops programs

In May 2006, Positive Healthcare introduced a Medicare Advantage, AIDS-specific, special-needs plan in California

These included a valuable denim

that best serve at-risk communities and initiates innovative clinical and non-clinical prevention and testing programs.

under the Positive Healthcare Partners™ name. This

donation from Levi’s and the Gap

newly approved plan is the first of its kind in the country.

and prized items from celebrities

Thrift Stores thanks to countless donations from corporations.

Michael Weinstein, shown here between celebrities Carson Kressley

Out of the Closet® Thrift Stores

AHF Research

Hal Sparks and Wilson Cruz joined

The plan is designed specifically for people living with HIV/AIDS, and is approved by the Centers for Medicare and

like the Olsen twins. A private

a diverse crowd of thousands of

AHF Research was involved in more than two dozen

Medicaid Services. Plans are to expand Positive Healthcare

individual donation of designer

walkers to raise awareness and

pharmaceutical-sponsored clinical trials, illustrating the

Partners Medicare Advantage and Positive Healthcare

clothing/luggage (valued at

organization’s continuing commitment to research. At

Medicaid plans to additional states.

$100,000) was also received. Even

funds to fight AIDS in Broward County, a major epicenter of the

year’s end, the department had six clinical trials open for Positive Healthcare was established in California in 1994

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, (a.k.a.

by AIDS Healthcare Foundation. At that time, medical care

Cassandra Peterson shown here

Studies included several important new classes of anti-

for those living with HIV/AIDS was highly fragmented and

with OTC General Manager Jonathan

retrovirals, as well as FDA post-approval trials for long-term

vulnerable to the cost-cutting measures sweeping across

safety data collection, including the new single, once-a-day

other areas of medical care.

enrollment and 18 research protocols with active participants.

epidemic. The event benefited AHF, which serves more than 10,000 Floridians living with HIV/AIDS.

Krueyer) lent her support to stores during Halloween.

tablet or regimen. A significant trial of TMC114 drugs led to data being submitted to the FDA and contributed to the expedited approval of this new class of drugs. AHF began research activities in 1995 and continues to focus on discovering better treatments and improving quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS.

1995: The flagship Out of the Closet® Thrift Store at Atwater Village reopens after being remodeled and receiving a facelift to mark its fifth year in business.

Out of the Closet continues to receive exposure on HGTV, shows like “Clean Sweep,” and in independent and feature films.


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our independent voice XVI International AIDS Conference Fifty delegates represented AIDS Healthcare Foundation at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada, including patients, staff, management and board members from around the world. AHF made its presence known at the event with the “AIDS Treatment Now: Time to Deliver” march. Marchers, hailing from 150 nations represented at the Conference, joined together to demand improved access to AIDS care and treatment around the world. The march proceeded to the steps of Rogers Centre just prior to the opening ceremonies of the Conference, where advocates delivered the “Toronto Declaration” to senior Conference officials calling on delegates to pledge a commitment to the goals of the Declaration, which included significant expansion of pediatric treatment and HIV testing globally.

Campaigning for Middle-Income Countries Public pressure and grassroots advocacy have driven down the price of anti-retroviral treatment in the least-developed countries to as low as $150 per patient, per year, creating a significant impact on these regions’ HIV epidemics. Meanwhile, HIV positive people in countries classified as “middle-income” are being left behind. For example, lifesaving AIDS drugs can cost up to $6,000 per year in Mexico, a middle-income country where annual per capita income is roughly $8,000. Known as a strong leader in domestic and global HIV/AIDS advocacy issues, AHF stepped-up its campaign to lower AIDS drug prices for people living with HIV in middle-income countries in 2005. AHF continues to engage opinion leaders and pharmaceutical companies on treatment access issues and drug-pricing policies in both low and middle-income countries.

1991: With fewer than 100 staff members at its helm, AHF participates in a protest against discrimination in front of the office of LA County Board of Supervisors.

2006: AHF President Michael Weinstein (center), along with AHF physicians, clients, staff, executives and board members begin the AIDS Treatment Now: “Time to Deliver” march at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto. Fifty delegates at the Conference represented AHF’s worldwide program and the more than 53,000 people it serves.


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Ryan White CARE Act Reauthorization In 2005, the Ryan White CARE Act, the federal law that provides the primary source of funding for AIDS care and services nationwide, was set to be reauthorized. Throughout the reauthorization process, AHF strongly advocated for the CARE Act to be updated to address the inequities that exist in caring for Americans living with HIV by prioritizing medical care and treatment. After tireless work by legislators, their staff and members of the community, a new and improved CARE Act was signed into law in December 2006. For the first time since its introduction in 1990, the CARE Act will prioritize funding for “core medical services” and promote a more equitable distribution of federal AIDS funds across the country. Funding will now be targeted to where the need is greatest — the clinic. The new CARE Act will undoubtedly help bring many more people living with HIV/AIDS into care and treatment, improving their health and wellness.

AfricAlive: Portraits of Success A traveling photo exhibition, featuring life-size photographic portraits of men, women and children thriving on HIV/AIDS medicines from AHF’s free treatment clinics in South Africa

“I tested positive at age 13. At the time I felt so ashamed

and Uganda, celebrated the victory of life over death.

that I didn’t even want to

AfricAlive: Portraits of Success was an official event of

disclose my status. My family

the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto.

was very unhappy and felt sad

The exhibition, featuring the work of globally recognized photographer Dorit Thies, put the African AIDS epidemic in

about my condition. I have been

focus by sharing striking images and stories of 35 patients

on anti-retroviral treatment since

and families who are among the fortunate few on treatment in the developing world. AfricAlive also enjoyed successful showings in New York City and Los Angeles earlier in the year. AfricAlive sponsors included Gilead Sciences, Inc.; Virgin Unite, the charitable arm of the Virgin Group; Kodak Film; Top Design,

2004 thanks to AHF and have gained weight and feel healthy. I am now 19 years old.

a graphic design firm; The Icon Photo Lab; Tadashi, the fashion designer; Fine Art Solutions; and Metropolitan Home

Life is hopeful.”

Magazine. Esther Nakalyango, AHF Patient, Uganda Featured in AfricAlive Exhibit

photo: © www.doritthies.com


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cultivating relationships

our contributors AIDS Healthcare Foundation is grateful for the loyalty and generosity of its donors. Donor support has enabled us to strengthen and quickly and efficiently expand our HIV/AIDS treatment and care programs worldwide.

Donations to AIDS Healthcare Foundation support anti-retroviral therapy treatment and care, HIV prevention and testing services, and advocacy programs throughout Africa, Asia, Latin America/The Caribbean, Mexico, and the United States. With 95 cents of every dollar going directly to patient care and services, AHF is one of the most cost-effective medical service providers in the world. AHF offers a variety of opportunities that allow donors to select the giving mechanism that suits their situation. Whether they decide to support a specific program or service, participate in an event or celebration, donate in-kind, or arrange for a planned gift, donors play a direct vital role in saving lives.

• TREATMENT SAVES LIVES Treatment Saves Lives, AHF’s newest fundraising campaign, raises funds for one or more of the many activities that make up the ART treatment and care continuum of services. Donors are able to assign contributions to a specific program component. For example, $50 purchases a bicycle that helps an AHF patient living in a developing country get to his/her medical appointment more quickly and easily.

• AIDS CARE AFTER KATRINA

1997: Long-time AHF supporter Sheryl Lee Ralph (center) and AHF President Michael Weinstein (left) accept a check from a representative of Home Pharmacy (right) at the AHF Academy Awards Event Fundraiser at Raleigh Studios.

AIDS Care After Katrina raises critical funds that provide HIV primary medical treatment and care services to people living with HIV/AIDS in Katrina-affected areas and beyond by rebuilding a hurricane-devastated clinic and activating a “Mobile Care Van,” which was generously donated by the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Macy’s.

• FRIENDS OF AHF Friends of AHF raises general funds and allows AHF to assign contributions to program areas that need it most. Whether the funds support the training of HIV Medics in Zambia, the purchase of HIV medications for patients in India, or HIV testing for at-risk populations in South Los Angeles, Friends of AHF plays an integral role in narrowing the funding gaps for under-funded programs.

• HOT IN HOLLYWOOD Hot In Hollywood, an annual event that takes place in August at the Henry Fonda Music Box Theater, raises funds for AHF’s Los Angeles area HIV Mobile Prevention and Testing Unit.

• PLANNED GIFTS Planned Gifts, depending on the donor, raise general or program-specific funds for AHF. Whether a donation from a will, estate, or trust, a donation of property or securities, planned gifts play an important role as AHF charts its future growth.

• OUT OF THE CLOSET® THRIFT STORES Out of the Closet Thrift Stores raise general funds for AHF by selling new and lightly used clothing, furniture, electronics, books, bric-a-brac and other items in saleable condition. With 19 stores in California, OTC stores are accessible and offer free pickup. The stores also operate a car donation program. Donor inquiries may be made to Julia Miele, Director of Fundraising, at 323.860.5240 or julia.miele@aidshealth.org.

$500+ Althea Alexander Kate Anthony Mary Ashley Julianne Askew Ricki and Zane Averbach Danielle Baker Eric Bauman G. Bentley Bert V. Royal—Real Estate Eliot Black Sharyn Blaney Bread and Butter Catering Brian Bourdages D. Bruckimaier David Buch Mark Buckland Melissa Burke Margaret Byrnie Damen and Julia Calamandrei Penato Cardillo June Casagrande Rose Cefaw Karen Church Jeffrey Contes Cynthia Contreras Crate and Barrel Euromarket Designs, Inc. Critters Darren’s Unique Gifts & Things De Sousa Hughes, LLC / Manuela De Sousa A. Destetanis Agapito Diaz and Estela Bensimon DirectTV Amber Egl Jasmine Espino Bart Evans Charles Farthing America Ferrera Fine Arts Solutions, Inc. Debora Flores George Foster Christy Frank Christiane Friess Kevin Gannon Emily Gellman Thomas Gillespie S. Ginsberg Regina Glass Dick Glumac May Graves Silas Gross Candice Groves Joey Gyondla Gloria Hall Bruce Halpenix Richard Harris Mackenzie Harrison Ryan Henne Abraham Higginbotham Lisa Hildebrand Len Hochschild Mike Hogan Hopkins Clana Houser Rebecca Houser Howard Fine Acting The Icon Studio C. Ingram Ipa-Nima Jehangir Irani Yann Jouvenot Rena Keynigshteyn Jonathan Kim Kathy Kirby-Sepulveda Michelle Kline Carl Koch George Koo Eben Kostbar Janet Lambert Jeffrey Lambert Rita Langer Andrew Larkin Linda Lena Christine Lennon Gilbert Li Jonathan Maehler Maher Live, Inc. Shirley Marchant Micki Anderic Marseslia Sandra Massee Ignacio Mata Earl McCutcheon Grover McKean Michael Medico Shauna Meiri

Elizabeth Mendia Mina Meyer and Sharon Raphael Jean Michaels Microsoft Mollercreat Group Mondrian Hotel Brian Monkarsh Marybeth Nelson Nancy D. Nickerson Night Hotel NY Lee Nizani Matthew Owen Peg Owens Nancy Parson Michael Peretzian Danette Perkins Mike Phitbeck The Playground Richard Pollard Thomas Pink Bill Pugin Kerry Quakenbush Karen Rae Heather Randolph Barbara Reilly Chante Rogers Yolanda Sanchez J. Saunders Julie Saywell-Vo Annie Schwartz George Schweinbeck Irem Sepil Robin Shievink C. Shore Tracy Sidesinger Diana Skore Carleton Smith Risa Steward Charles Stinson Mori Sushi Annie Sweeney Jonathan Tavss Eric Taylor TheatrExpresso Elan Thompson T. Thyne Tamiko Umoren Leslie Ung United Way, Inc. Erin Valencich Marcel Vandentop Victoria Vanegas Todd Voelker Eric A. Webber & Gerard C. Kraaijeveld Gary Weiss Nicole White Anita Williams Withjess Daniel Wright $1,000+ Gregory Ackell Annalisa Allen Gregg and Caroline Alton Lina Angius Douglas Aoyama Armin & Esther Hirsch Foundation William Arroyo, M.D. and Mark Tobias Doug Asthern, M.D. Barkley Court Reporters Michelle Bass Lorelee Biggs Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal & LaViolette, LLP Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Jamie Boettcher Curley Bonds, M.D. Bridges-Larson Foundation Judith Briggs-Marsh David Bright Mike Brooks Calin Popescu Spa Services Ramon Campos Marta Carrillo Cars 4 Causes Leonard Cilenti City National Bank Classic Party Rentals Daniel Clivner Sanford Cohen Connected Public Relations Cathy Cosgrove Dart Group Foundation Geoff Davis Dharma Visions

The Fairfax Collective, Inc. Eris and Larry Field Family Foundation David Feldman Feng Shui Your Home Lisa Field Kathrine Finley Laurent Fischer, M.D. Four Seasons Hotel Lynne Francy Joyce Froot Charita Gap Foundation Gift Match Program Greg Garcia Cindy Gastelum Graphic Air Philip Greider Guisti & Hingston Hackman Capital Partners, LLC Christie Hanna Barbara Hinchcliffe Daniel Hovenstine The IAC Foundation International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers JetBlue Airways Christopher Kermani George and Mary Krempl John Lenzi Levi Strauss Foundation The London NYC M.A.C. AIDS Fund Arthur E. MacBeth Denise and Elliott Main Managed Health Care Associates, Inc. The Maritime Hotel Donald Martin Carl Matthes and Carl Johnson Greg McSparran and Mark Costello Mathew Menger Tanya Methvin Monster Worldwide, Inc. Carole Moritz Music Box Theatre, LLC My Name Is Earl MZA Events Inc. NBC Universal Paramount Pictures Michael Pennie Lawrence Peters Marc Provissiero Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Sarah Rafferty Vanessa Rizo Rock Real Estate RSC Insurance Brokerage, Inc. Schulke SEOP, Inc. William Shockley Douglas Sills Heidi Spiegel Studio A Christine Tarallo Holland Taylor Vern Taylor Twentieth Century Fox Television United Way—Special Distribution Account Unity Church of New York Ramesh Venugopal Krista Vernoff Eldridge Walker Marc Weinstein Michael Weinstein Weiss Family Trust Wellpoint Associate Giving Campaign Wells Fargo Community Support West Coast Tow Ann Weston Renita Whited Zoo Printing $10,000+ Howard Amsterdam Chapman & Associates Debra and Jeffrey Cohen The Diva Foundation Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation The Green Foundation Kaiser Permanente Mary Kendall-Ttees Stephen Rieman $100,000+ Anonymous Boehringer Ingelheim Gilead Sciences, Inc. LabCorp


our partners

Academy for Educational Development Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam AFABI, A.C. Africare AIDCHILD AIDS Fonds—The Netherlands AIDS Information Center—Uganda Alliance of Mayors Initiative for Community Action on AIDS at the Local Level All Ukrainian Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS American International Health Alliance Asian Harm Reduction Network (AHRN) Asociacion de Investigacion, Desarrollo y Educacion Integral—Guatemala Cambodian Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS Catholic Church Masaka—MADDO CENSIDA Centers for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia CHAI Groups Chikankata Health Services Choma District Hospital Choma Health District Churches Health Association of Zambia CIPA (community initiative for poverty action) Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative COESIDA Jalisco Compassion International COMUSIDA Concern Worldwide Corredor Bilateral Delhi Network of Positive People Department of Health and Social Welfare, Swaziland Ministry of Health Department of Medical Care, Samara Oblast Administration Development Gateway Development Initiatives International Durban Children’s Society Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Emcure Pharmaceuticals India Episcopal Church of Honduras Episcopal Diocese of Honduras Family Life Association of Swaziland Francois Xavier Bagnoud—India Gahanga Health Center—Rwanda Gatonde Health District—Rwanda Genx Pharmaceuticals—India Green Harbor AIDS Treatment Center—China Haiphong AIDS Control Center—Haiphong Vietnam Health Districts of Kibagabaga and Shyira Health Need—Uganda HIV Monitoring Foundation—The Netherlands IDA Foundation—The Netherlands IDA HIV/AIDS Group—The Netherlands International HIV/AIDS Alliance ISESALUD JHPIEGO Kagugu Health Center—Rwanda Kampala City Council Kasilo Community-Based Association—Uganda Keep A Child Alive Kitovu Hospital—Uganda Kitovu Mobile—Uganda La Region Sanitaria Jurisdiccion VIII Lavra AIDS Clinic at the Institute of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases—Ukraine Lifeline—South Africa

Linfen Infectious Disease Hospital—China Local Parish Mobilizers—Uganda Lutheran World Federation/Rakai Comm. Based AIDS Project Macha Mission Hospital Management Sciences for Health Marie Stopes—Uganda Market Vendors AIDS Project—Uganda Masaka District Administration—Uganda Mazabuka Health District Management Board Medical Research Council—Uganda Ministries of Health, Districts of Kibagabaga and Shyira Ministry of Health of Ukraine Ministry of Health, Royal Government of Cambodia Ministry of Health, Saratov Oblast Administration—Russian Federation Monze Hospital—Zambia Muhima Health District Nakawa Market Vendors National AIDS Control Commission (CNLS) National AIDS Control Organization (NACO)—India National Commission against HIV/AIDS (CNLS) Nkozi AIDS Project Nyakigezi Health Center Organizacion Vallarta Contra el SIDA Park Yard Market Vendors Pediatric Infectious Disease Institute—PIDC Mulago Hospital Project Africa Global (Los Angeles) Rakai AIDS Information Network—Uganda Rakai Counseling Association (RACA)/Lutheran World Federation Rakai Health Sciences Program—Uganda Regional Knowledge Hub for the Care and Treatment of HIV/AIDS in Eurasia Research Triangle International Rural Urban Development—RUDESER Salvation Army World Service Office Samraksha—India Serere Health Sub District (MoH) Servicios de Salud Estado de Jalisco Shanghai Public Health Center—China Stop AIDS Alliance—The Netherlands Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement—India Teso AIDS Project The AIDS Service Organization—Uganda The Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria The National Center for HIV/AIDS Dermatology & STIs Control—Cambodia The Preah Ket Mealea, Military Hospital, Phnom Penh The Salvation Army, Zambia Territory Tiri HCIV(MoH) Treatment and Research AIDS Center—Rwanda Uganda Christian Outreach Ministries—UCOM Uganda Red Cross Uganda Women Concern Ministry Uganda Women’s Effort to Save Orphans Ukrainian National AIDS Center UNAIDS UNICEF VCT Outreach—Uganda Villa Maria Hospital Mobile Home Care World Health Organization World Vision Worldwide Orphans Foundation Youth With a Mission Zambia Ministry of Health

financials AIDS Healthcare Foundation Consolidated Financial Statements and Supplementary Information December 31, 2005 and 2004

Global Secretariat The Netherlands Keizersgracht 518 1017 EK Amsterdam Tel: +31 20 626 6267 REGIONAL BUREAU OFFICES Africa Bureau Kampala, Uganda Tel: +256 (0) 41 346 311 Asia Pacific Bureau New Delhi, India Tel: +91 11 417 455 41 Latin America and Caribbean Bureau Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA Tel: +1 954 522 3132

AHF Board of Directors

Senior Management

Judith Briggs-Marsh | Chair Dianne Hoorzuk | Vice Chair Agapito Diaz | Secretary Gregg Alton | Treasurer Wallace Albertson William Arroyo, M.D. Mary Ashley Curley Bonds, M.D. Cynthia Davis Laurent Fischer, M.D. Denise Main, M.D. Kathy Mendez, Esq. Lawrence Peters Jorge Saavedra, M.D. Vincent Ssempijja Michael Weinstein Anita Williams

Henry Chang | Chief of Global Affairs Charles Farthing, M.D. | Chief of Medicine Lyle Honig | Associate Chief Financial Officer Homayoon Khanlou, M.D. | Associate Director of Medicine, Western Region Jackie Mendelson | Chief of Operations Tom Myers | General Counsel Laura Nelson | Chief Financial Officer Michael O’Malley | Chief of Marketing Gregory Perkins | Director of Human Resources Peter Reis | Vice President Pablo Roman | Director of Information Technology Donna Stidham, R.N. | Chief of Managed Care Michael Weinstein | President

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