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Founded in 2001, the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GBC) has spent the past six years developing a rapidly expanding alliance of over 200 international companies dedicated to combating the AIDS epidemic through the business sector’s unique skills and expertise. Headquartered in New York, GBC maintains regional offices in Beijing, Geneva, Johannesburg, Nairobi, and Paris; it harnesses the individual and collective power of the world’s top corporations to fight AIDS at the local, national, and international levels.


Organized in Paris by the Global Business Coalition on AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria (GBC), in partnership with Mr. Philippe Douste-Blazy, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, the first European CEO Summit on Business and HIV/AIDS confirmed the commitment of the private sector and their engagement to identify new strategies to improve their impact and implication. This meeting reinforced the private sector’s action in the fight against HIV/AIDS and constituted a unique platform for dialogue and exchanging experiences between key actors


The kakemonos presenting Designing Hope actions, illustrated with the artworks of "Artists4Life" project were displayed along the corridors of the "Centre de Conférences Internationales". The members of Dessine l'Espoir were distributing brochures and condoms at the booth.

This event was an opportunity to create new links between Deigning Hope and the business world.

Designing Hope is thankful to Mrs Thérèse LETHU, director of GBC Europe.

The kakemonos along the corridors of the