Every day about 5,600 people contract HIV—more than 230 every hour.
RAHMA is dedicated to creating a safe space where is everyone is welcome regardless of religious background, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, cultural background, age, physical or mental ability. This space includes establishing rules so everyone feels respected and encouraging everyone to reciprocate that respect.
August 26, 2018 marked the second annual National Faith HIV/AIDS Awareness Day in Washington, DC. Members of the Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Sikh, Hindu and Baha’i faiths rallied together to stand against stigma in their faith communities and raise awareness of HIV/AIDS.