Elton John lends star power to US war on AIDS
The fund will be established for men who have physical interactions with men and transgender people in the nation, the only African country where same-sex marriage is legal.
The British pop music icon lent star power to the State Department when he met with US Secretary of State John Kerry in his private offices to discuss the roll out of the project, part of efforts to create a world free of AIDS.
“We all work together to ensure that in this day and age, nobody gets left behind no matter what their sexuality, their color, or whatever. It’s important,” John told reporters.