By Kuda Pembere
THE President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has redesigned its website’s homepage for readers to get a bird’s eye view of all that’s being done in the program.
The website was revamped in a way that keeps visitors returning for more while attracting unique ones as well.
On the new homepage is a slideshow of high resolution thumbnails for news written on the website.
The website is also embedded with social media widgets such as Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.
“Our PEPFAR.gov homepage has a new look! Check it out and learn more about PEPFAR’s key priorities, including data for impact, sustainability and partnerships, adolescent girls and women, children, and key populations.
“ Also, read materials by our leadership, explore our data, watch the new PEPFAR documentary, and get to know PEPFAR by perusing our latest annual report,” said PEPFAR on their Facebook page.
There is a top left drop down menu on the homepage that tells visitors all about PEPFAR.
If one wants to get social with PEPFAR, he or she can go to the top header where there are Instagram, YouTube, Blogs as well as read RSS Feeds.
PEPFAR is a United States governmental initiative to address the global HIV/AIDS epidemic and help save the lives of those suffering from the disease, primarily in Africa.
THE United States government (USG) recently said it will pour in an additional US$150 million towards HIV prevention programs in 2017 amid calls by local implementing partners to increase funding to wards prevention initiatives in Zimbabwe.