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Quezon City

English
Mayor's Message

"Quezon City prides itself as an example of how committed leadership and key partnerships count. It has prioritized the AIDS response at the very highest levels of government, working closely with UNAIDS in an unrelenting effort to pursue and sustain its programme of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths."

Joy Belmonte
City Mayor

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Montréal

English
Message from the Mayor

“Proud of the work accomplished to realize a fair and inclusive Montreal, we cannot stay silent in front of discrimination and vulnerability too often experienced by people living with HIV. On December 1st 2017, Montreal joined the Fast-Track City movement to end the epidemic, renewing the commitment to supporting our citizens in the fight against HIV/AIDS."

Valérie Plante
Mayor of Montréal

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Birmingham Jefferson County

English
Message from the Mayor

Our administration stands shoulder to shoulder with the community in working toward the Fast Track City goals of ending HIV transmission by the year 2030. Birmingham has a history of overcoming adversity through grassroots support and HIV is no different. Birmingham is ready to work with our citizens, public health officials, community-based organizations, clinicians, and researchers to meet and exceed our goals in an actionable and achievable way.

Randall Woodfin
Mayor of Birmingham

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Bamako

English
Message from the Mayor

“My goal is to ensure that Bamako becomes an AIDS-free city.”

The Mayor of the District of Bamako is a signatory to the Fast-Track Cities commitment that has been renewed during the 9th African and Francophone Conference on HIV and hepatitis in April 2018 in Bordeaux, France. In our capacity as municipal authorities, we have an important role to play in the fight against HIV and AIDS. We strongly believe that the days of AIDS are numbered.

Adama Sangaré
Mayor of the District of Bamako

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Phoenix

English
Message from the Mayor

“In October 2016, the Phoenix City Council authorized the city to join the Fast-Track Cities Initiative. HIV/AIDS is an issue that affects everyone, and it demands an all-inclusive long-term solution. I am proud of the work the City of Phoenix has already accomplished but know there is much more to be done. Together we will work to end this disease in our city once and for all, and remove the unfair stigma associated with people living with HIV/AIDS."

Kate Gallego
Mayor of Phoenix
Message from the Councilwoman

“Everyone deserves to live a life free of illness and stigma. I am incredibly proud of the success and accomplishments of Phoenix’s Fast-Track Cities Ad-Hoc committee, but I know we still have a long way to go. Together, we will continue to work to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic.”

Debra Stark
Phoenix Councilwoman

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