Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik is a family physician and regional HIV specialist. She is the Founder and Director of the Masai Centre for Local, Regional and Global Health, a provincially funded HIV/AIDS clinic in Guelph which opened its doors in 2005. Today, collectively, the Masai Centre provides care to HIV positive patients in Guelph-Wellington, Grey Bruce and Waterloo Regions. Dr. Zajdlik is also founder of Bracelet of Hope, a charitable community based organization that raises awareness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in sub Saharan Africa and funds for HIV/AIDS relief in Lesotho, Africa. Bracelet of Hope’s efforts are now focused on the creation of income generating activities in Lesotho, the development and support of foster homes for AIDS orphans and the creation of two new HIV/AIDS clinics in the country. The campaign’s overall goal is to see a Bracelet on the wrist of every Canadian and the end of the AIDS pandemic in Lesotho accomplishing Millennium Development Goal number six in one country.