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17 January 2018, 10:14
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NGOs worldwide are invited to take part in a film competition Footstep Counts

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The Positive Action for Children Fund (PACF) in association with MTV/Staying Alive Foundation and the International AIDS Society are inviting NGOs and community groups worldwide to take part in our film competition – Every Footstep Counts. The competition aims to showcase and celebrate the successes community partners are making worldwide that are integral to end mother-to-child transmission and paediatric HIV.

Two winners will be awarded an unrestricted grant of $10,000 and will be invited to attend the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam on 23-27th July. Here, they will both get the chance to showcase their work and be recognised for their achievements.

Project organisers are asking to produce a short film documenting how your work is contributing to the end of mother to child transmission of HIV in your community.

The films should be ‘in the footsteps’ of either beneficiaries, your team, community health workers, clinic teams or others involved in your project to showcase the people making positive change a reality. We also ask that you demonstrate the impact of the intervention on people in your community and in so doing, highlight how Every Footstep Counts.

The Every Footstep Counts film competition is an initiative of the Positive Action for Children Fund, part of ViiV Healthcare’s commitment to supporting vulnerable ncommunities worldwide. We want to showcase the brilliant work taking place in communitites around the world aiming to eliminate mother-to-child transmissio and paediatric HIV. The prize money of $10,000 is intended to help continue the great work that is being showcased, so put your best foot forward and show us what you do for your communities.