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No single organisation or approach is able to tackle HIV on its own. That’s why we work in partnership with many policy-making bodies, governments and donors. This includes:

  • The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria: Alliance Linking Organisations engage with the Global Fund as Principal and Sub-Recipients and as members of civil society delegations to the Global Fund Board.
  • We are a member of the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development and support their Stop AIDS Campaign which aims to influence the UK government and advocate for scaled up international action.
  • The Stop AIDS Alliance: Is a strategic partnership between the Alliance and STOP AIDS NOW! (Netherlands) that enables us to have a policy presence in Brusselss, Geneva and Washington DC and aims to ensure that the HIV response remains a high priority on the global policy agenda through engaging with EU and U.S policy makers, UN agencies and civil society.
  • Action for Global Health: We are a member of this cross European civil society network advocating for Europe to play a more proactive role in enabling developing countries to realise the right to health for all and achieving the health Millennium Development Goals.
  • United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS): As a UNAIDS Collaborating Centre, the Alliance regularly responds to requests and opportunities from UNAIDS to influence the broader programme and policy environment. The Alliance participates in UNAIDS' Programme Co-ordinating Board meetings and has been granted Special Consultative status by the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.
  • Concord HIV and AIDS Working Group, which aims to shape European development policy.
  • The Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) which unites voices and efforts from all over the world to support a fully funded Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
  • International Civil Society Support (ICSS) which aims to develop and implement a comprehensive Civil Society HIV/AIDS agenda