01 Oct 2013
Since 2004, our Middle East and North Africa programme has been successfully building the capacity of groups of men who have sex with men to undertake HIV prevention. This is despite operating in countries where same sex activity is criminalised. How can the rest of Africa learn from this programme?
Tuberculosis (TB) is still the most common opportunistic infection and cause of death among people living with HIV. While TB is curable and HIV is treatable, too often people do not access services quickly enough. More has to be done to fight these two diseases, and community organisations have an important role to play.
Alliance programming draws on a strong evidence-base of existing and emerging HIV research. We also contribute to this knowledge base by conducting research ourselves. We have recently contributed to three new pieces of published research and set up a partnership with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
24 Sep 2013
The Alliance and GNP+ have published the results of their community consultation which informed the development of the recent World Health Organization Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ARV) for HIV Treating and Preventing HIV Infection.
23 Sep 2013
As leaders and senior ministers meet in New York this week for the 68th Session of the UN General Assembly, the Alliance will be advocating for a strong commitment to HIV, health, marginalised groups, and community responses in the new post-2015 Development Framework.
The Alliance has responded to today’s announcement by the Secretary of State for International Development, Justine Greening, that the UK government is to commit £1 billion to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria over the next three years.
11 Sep 2013
The Grant Management Solutions (GMS) project, which works with the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), provides technical support to countries experiencing challenges implementing grants from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund).
The International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine has reached an agreement with MSD, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical producers, to more than halve the cost of a 48 week treatment course for Hepatitis C for its project in Ukraine.
02 Sep 2013
A new report recommends that specific HIV and child protection interventions should be integrated into each other’s responses. Through our experience of supporting children in Uganda, we take a look at the role of community action in this area.
As South Africa faces a critical shortage of social workers, the Alliance is supporting training of community caregivers who play a unique role in frontline services to vulnerable children.
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