The HIV Medicine Recycling Program has been designed to be able to help and assist those who needs us most and that have no access to HIV/AIDS treatment in Latin American countries.
Action for Solidarity’s Medicine Recycling Program began back in 1997 with the support and solidarity of a group of Miami local doctors, pharmacies, case managers, social workers, people living with HIV and volunteers who traveled from the United States to Venezuela and who carried our medicine donations in their luggages and delivered it to our sister organization Acción Solidaria A.C.
The health crisis in Venezuela has drastically worsened to the point that Venezuela is currently going through a complex humanitarian emergency, in this sense we have expanded our Program and created the Humanitarian Action Program to respond not only to people living with HIV but also to people who suffer from other chronic diseases. To learn more about this important program visit Action4Help.
We need the support of everybody: doctors, case-managers, health professionals and most importantly, the friends living with HIV and the community worldwide to help us to extend our solidarity and to help those living with HIV/AIDS in Venezuela.
If you or some one you know have medicines that are no longer going to be used or if you are living with HIV and have discontinued your treatment or changed to another medicine regimen and don’t know what to do with your extra or unused medications, please DONATE YOUR MEDS to Action for Solidarity’s Medicines Recycling Program.