Our research

We use our extensive community-based experience to contribute to HIV research. Our published peer reviewed articles inform HIV programming and policy decisions.

Most of our research relates to HIV service delivery, looking at ways in which services can reach those who are most in need and in the most efficient way. You can find examples below.

Research partnerships

We have collaborative research partnerships with other organisations and academic institutions. Most recently, the Alliance has partnered with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in order to improve the rigour, impact and reach of our research. For example, the Alliance played a key role in the UK government's Department for International Development funded Evidence for Action Research Consortium.