Whether their focus is on key populations, the needs of orphans and vulnerable children, or financing, advocates agree on the need for further policy and advocacy interventions to ensure an effective response to HIV. Between January 2014 and August 2015, the USAID- and PEPFAR- funded Health Policy Project's HIV Policy and Advocacy Monitor interviewed 18 people who are making a difference. Explore these faces of advocacy with the photo matrix below or the navigation on the top right and learn about their diverse efforts, backgrounds, and motivations.

Reverend MacDonald Sembereka, Global Interfaith Network/SA Wambui Njuguna, ANPPCAN/Kenya Nurali Amansholov, PLHIV/CAR
Doi Nakpor, Sisters/Thailand Francois Xavier, UPLHS/Rwanda Mac Darling Cobbinah, CEPEHRG/Ghana Dmytro Sherembey, Patients of Ukraine/Ukraine Denise Namburete, N'Weti/Mozambique Latoya Nugent, J-Flag/Jamaica
Stephen McGill, Stop AIDS/Liberia Manuel Claros, World Food Programme/Rome Johnny Tohme, M-Coalition/Lebanon
Beri Hull, International Community of Women Living With HIV Catherine Connor, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation/US Julio Langa, HOPEM/Mozambique
Ivan Cruichshank, Caribbean Vulnerable Communities/Jamaica Sergey Votyaghov, Eurasian Harm Reduction Network/Lithuania Suneeta Sharma, HPP/US