The International HIV/AIDS Alliance (the Alliance) is an innovative global partnership of 41 nationally based, independent civil society organisations (Linking Organisations) and Country Offices, seven Technical Support Hubs and an International Secretariat that work together to mobilise communities against HIV and AIDS.
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Mission, vision and values
We are united in one mission: Supporting community action on HIV, health and human rights to end AIDS.
We are committed to joint action that will lead to a world in which communities have brought an end to HIV transmission, and secured their health and human rights. This is our vision.
Our actions are guided by our values: the lives of all human beings are of equal value, and everyone has the right to access the HIV information and services they need for a healthy life.
HIV, health and rights: sustaining community action - 2013-2020 articulates our determination and our strengths as an Alliance.
The strategy focuses on achieving three results:
- Result 1: Healthy people
- Result 2: Stronger health and community systems
- Result 3: Inclusive and engaged societies
Linking Organisations will use this strategy - together with their own national plans - to shape their future strategies. The international secretariat will use it to develop our operational plan.
In 2011 over 2,300 community-based organisations received support from the Alliance to reach people most at risk and affected by HIV