Kaytee Riek

Health GAP

Kaytee Riek is the Grassroots Organizer for Health GAP, a non-profit
advocacy organization that works on eliminating the barriers to access to
medicine for people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world. She has
been a self-described activist for five years, working first with the
Student Global AIDS Campaign, followed by the Campaign to End AIDS, Housing
Works, and most recently, ACT UP Philadelphia, an organization led by people
living with HIV and allies and fighting for the rights of people living with
HIV in Philadelphia, the US and around the world. Currently as Grassroots
Organizer for Health GAP, Kaytee led a campaign to win commitments from each
of the Presidential candidates for a comprehensive plan to fight AIDS at
home and abroad. She currently lives in Philadelphia.


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Obama’s Plan to End the HIV Crisis

Kaytee Riek

Taking a look at Obama's AIDS plan is like reading my policy wish list. But no president has ever taken fighting AIDS, especially at home, seriously. Will this time be different?

PEPFAR: When Words Matter

Kaytee Riek

Few words could mean the difference between life and death for people, and success or failure for a vital program. Eight little words in a bill that will be voted on in the House this week will severely limit the US's ability to respond to the AIDS crisis which needlessly claims the lives of over two million people each year.

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