Jamra primary scholl for children affected by HIV/AIDS, drugs or poverty, Senegal (c) Nell Freeman/Alliance Participants in the Photovioce project, Ecuador © Marcela Nievas for the Alliance

Our 7 key messages


Aids Alliance

In June the UN General Assembly High Level Meeting on AIDS will take place in New York.

The Alliance has 7 key messages ahead at this pivotal moment for the AIDS response:

1) Sustain treatment gains

In Zambia the Alliance has been conducting stigma training workshops to increase the quality of HIV programmes so that communities can be actively involved in achieving universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support. Read more >>

2) Prevention is cost effective

Read our new report 'Don't stop now, finish the job! Making HIV prevention funding work'.

3) A strong human rights-based response is critical to reduce the HIV epidemic

Our report ‘Enabling legal environments for effective HIV responses’ warns that punitive legal environments which disregard individuals human rights  are seriously increasing people's risk of getting HIV.  Read more >>

4) Care and support coverage need increasing

Alliance India is working to meet the needs of children and their families and carers, leading the largest comprehensive care and support programme for children affected by AIDS in India. Read more >>

5) Integrate HIV and reproductive, maternal and new born health services

Women are one of the groups of people most affected by the HIV. Read how Ray Drop-in Centre is helping women in Kenya. Read more >>

6) The Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria delivers value for money

In Latin America and the Caribbean a grant from the Global Fund is making a real difference to the lives of sex workers. Read more >>

7) Community System Strengthening supports an effective civil society role in the HIV response

In South Sudan building capacity of civil society is the Alliance’s core mandate. Alliance South Sudan has been supporting community-based organisations since the peace agreement in 2005. Read more >>