The Alliance accreditation system is a set of standards that promote good governance, organisational management and good practice HIV programming across our Linking Organisations.
It guides the admission of new organisations and maintains standards for existing Linking Organisations. By signing our Charter and Linking Agreement, Alliance Linking Organisations commit to reaching the accreditation standards every four years.
In this way, our accreditation system ensures that Linking Organisations are able to demonstrate their commitment to maintaining appropriate governance and organisational management systems to implement specialist HIV programming targeted to the epidemic within the country.
For further information download or flick through the Accreditation brochure below.
For information on accreditation principles and standards and the self assessment tool, see the links in the green ‘publication’ box on the right. These are available in English, French and Spanish.
An accredited Linking Organisation has demonstrated strong
governance and organisational management. Its HIV programming is good
practice programming - effective, targeted and human rights-based.
A Linking Organisation that has passed the 'new LO assessment' is an organisation that has not yet been accredited. If after two years the organisation has not achieved accreditation, the Linking Organisation status will be reviewed.
Alliance Linking Organisations are entitled to a wide range of benefits, designed to keep them up-to-date with the latest in programming, policy and fundraising.
They benefit from best practice and shared expertise of Alliance Linking Organisations worldwide, and have a chance to network with likeminded professionals who all share one aim – to end AIDs.
Accredited Linking Organisations
Bangladesh: HIV/AIDS and STD Alliance Bangladesh (HASAB)
Bolivia: Instituto para el Desarrollo Humano (IDH)
Burkina Faso: Initiative Privée et Communautaire Contre le VIH/SIDA (IPC)
Cambodia: Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance (KHANA)
Caribbean: Caribbean HIV/AIDS Alliance (CHAA)
Cote d'Ivoire: Alliance Nationale contre le SIDA en Cote d'Ivoire (ANS-CI)
Ecuador: Corporación Kimirina
India: Alliance India, Regional Office
India: Health Institute for Mother and Child (MAMTA)
India: LEPRA Society (LEPRA)
India: Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM)
Kenya: Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO)
Mexico: Colectivo Sol (ColSol)
Mongolia: National AIDS Foundation (NAF)
Morocco: Association Marocaine de Solidarité et Développement (AMSED)
Nigeria: Network on Ethics, Law, HIV/AIDS, Prevention, Support & Care (NELA)
Peru: Via Libre
Philippines: Philippines NGO Support Program (PHANSuP)
Senegal: Alliance Nationale Contre le Sida (ANCS)
South Sudan: Alliance South Sudan
Uganda: Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU)
Ukraine: Alliance Ukraine
Linking Organisations that have passed the 'new LO assessment'
The following organisations have completed the Alliance new Linking Organisations assessment. This requires new Linking Organisation to adhere to the essential standards of accreditation as a pre-requisite to joining the Alliance.
Botswana: Botswana Network for Ethics, Law & AIDS (BONELA)
Burundi: Alliance Burundaise Contre le SIDA (ABS)
China: AIDS Care China
El Salvador: Atlacatl
Ethiopia: Organization for Social Services for AIDS (OSSA)
Haiti: Promoteurs de l'Objectif Zerosida (POZ)
India: Humsafar Trust
Indonesia: Rumah Cemara
Kyrgyzstan: Anti-AIDS Association (AAA)
Malaysia: Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC)
Myanmar: Alliance Myanmar (country office)
Namibia: Positive Vibes
South Africa: AIDS Consortium
Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe AIDS Network (ZAN)