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AIDSPortal: A new partnership

30
JUN
2010

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We are pleased to announce that from today (1 July) AIDSPortal, a global HIV knowledge sharing network, will be moving to the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.

AIDSPortal will become a joint initiative of the Alliance and the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development. AIDSPortal’s vision is a more efficient and effective global response to HIV and AIDS. As a partnership we will be supporting AIDSPortal to continue to achieve this aim, through its information networks.

For the last six years AIDSPortal has run as an information hub for individuals and organisations working on HIV and AIDS related issues. It has built up what is now the largest collection of HIV specific policy and programme resources.

AIDSPortal uses it bank of expertise to offer capacity building and consultancy support on communications and ICT. Successes include:


PORTALSIDA

AIDSPortal provided support to the Alliance to develop this Spanish version of AIDSPortal.


HIV SOUTHERN AFRICA

This knowledge sharing website for Southern Africa was developed by AIDSPortal with SAfAIDS and other partners.


KANCO’S INTERACTIVE MAP

AIDSPortal developed this interactive map for Alliance linking organisation KANCO, showing the location of its members and the services it provides.

CONSULTANCY PORTFOLIO

AIDSPortal’s large consultancy portfolio includes providing support to UNAIDS to review the HIV Prevention Toolkit, developing internal knowledge management systems for DFID policy teams.

VIENNA CONFERENCE

The AIDSPortal team will be at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna (18-23 July) where you can find us at our exhibition booth in the Global Village. You are warmly welcomed to join our Global Village Session "Beyond access: using technology to create spaces for community-led approaches to HIV and human rights".

Visit the AIDSPortal blog to learn more.

If you are interesting in working with AIDSPortal please contact Rob Worthington at rob@aidsportal.org.

    AIDSPortal has the largest collection of HIV policy and programme resources