Inspiring Others on International Women’s Day
Chevron celebrates women’s achievements on International Women’s Day, March 8. As HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects women and children, Catarina Nkengue of Angola tells her family’s story of fighting the disease.
Deploying Drones for Emergency Response
Drones descended on the San Francisco Bay around our Richmond Refinery in October as part of an oil spill response exercise led by Chevron.
partnering for health at AIDS 2016
Chevron attends and sponsors the 21st International AIDS Conference to continue the fight against HIV/AIDS.
The Power of Partnership – Working Toward an HIV/AIDS-Free Generation
Chevron is working together with non-governmental and international organizations and governments to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Nigeria.
Achieving an HIV-free Generation in Nigeria
Chevron partnered with Pact in the state of Bayelsa, Nigeria, to establish a community-based and government-supported statewide outreach program for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT).
chevron’s health partnership in Morocco makes progress
Chevron, along with the Baylor College of Medicine International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI) at Texas Children's Hospital (TCH), launched a joint health care training initiative in 2015 as part of the Morocco Capacity Advancement Partnership (M-CAP).
chevron recognized for global health leadership
Chevron was recognized by Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation for the company’s AIDS Leadership in the Workplace and in Supporting Healthy Communities.
A Quarter-Century of Combating AIDS Around the World
Chevron has been a leader in fighting HIV and AIDS for more than 25 years.
Partnering for an HIV/AIDS-Free Africa
We are fighting HIV/AIDS in Angola, Nigeria and South Africa to improve the health of our workforce and of local communities.
Helping to Care for South Africans With AIDS
The Dunoon Community Home-Based Care Center near Cape Town South Africa, is run by women from the community, to help home-bound AIDS patients.
AIDS Walk 2011: 25 years of strides against AIDS
Chevron employees have been a part of AIDS Walk San Francisco since its inception, and at the 25th annual event on July 17, 2011, Team Chevron walkers and volunteers numbered more than 300.
Volunteers Sharing the Gift of Medical Supplies
Chevron volunteers teamed up with MedShare International to sort, box and prepare surplus medical supplies for shipment around the world.
Walking to End AIDS 2010, 300 Strong
Team Chevron had 300 walkers at the 2010 AIDS Walk San Francisco - just one piece of Chevron’s more than 20 year commitment to fighting the disease.
World Aids Day
Chevron fights HIV/AIDS by focusing on the need for education, activism and compassion.
Chevron Fights HIV/AIDS - knowledge is power
Chevron developed a global HIV/AIDS training program to educate employees worldwide about early HIV testing and treatment.
Chevron is facing the HIV/AIDS Challenge
Through AIDS education and safer behaviors we can change the world. Chevron's community outreach seeks to continue fighting AIDS and HIV.
Chevron Fights HIV/AIDS Globally
Chevron's commitment to ending HIV/AIDS is reflected in our commitment to providing employees with training and access to care.
Reflections From The Rocking Chair: A Stakeholder Looks At Leadership And Opportunity In Health, Environment And Safety
Speech By Raymond E. Galvin, Retired President, Chevron U.S.A. Production Company, Former Director, Chevron Corporation, to The Petro-safe '98 Conference & Exhibition