About Us


Our Mission:

To help to prevent the HIV transmission from Mother to Child  and to provide psychosocial support to enhance the quality of life in women, adolescents and children infected by HIV/AIDS and their families.

Our Vision.

To build avenues of hope, routes of attention and respect from which women, children and adolescent living with HIV/AIDS can walk without the fear in the “race for life”.

Our Slogan:

“A race for the life”


Our Goals:

Eunime/Es Por Los Ninos  Services:

Our History

Born and raised in Tijuana Baja California Mexico, Rosalva Martha-Patten (a.k.a. Rosalva Vasquez) had the need to heal her own pain after receiving her first baby Noel Vasquez diagnosis with HIV when he received a transfusion with tainted blood. Noel was 4 years old.
Working as a volunteer for the UCSD Mother, Child and Adolescent HIV Program, Rosalva met the first two children infected with HIV coming from Tijuana Mexico. Their names: Eunice and Noemi.
With the interest of Dr. Stephen Spector, Program Director from the UCSD HIV Program, in 1998 the Binational UCSD and Hospital General de Tijuana HIV Program landed in Tijuana. No support center existed for infected children and their families.
Since 1996 until now Rosalva has been opening five HIV organizations helping women and children living with HIV in Baja California: 1996 PAMSIDA, 2004 Eunime-Por Tijuana, 2007 DIF-EUNIME, 2008 EUNIME INC and 2010 ES POR LOS NINOS, A.C.
The new Eunime Inc/ Es Por Los Ninos, A.C. center is dedicated to the memory of Noel and to the Women, to the Children and to the Adolescents whose struggles in the fight against AIDS.