Communities speak out on COVID-19
Follow professionals in the AIDS response from Indonesia, South Africa, Kenya, Vietnam, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Ukraine, and learn how COVID-19 affects their work with local communities, their actions, and what they need.
Each day, 273 children die of AIDS. Each week, more than 6000 young women under 25 years become infected with HIV. The risk of acquiring HIV is 21 times higher for sex workers. Worldwide, only 62% of people living with HIV is accessing treatment.
Our generation has the ability to stop one of the largest epidemics in history in its tracks. The time to break down persistent barriers that hinder worldwide prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS is now.
A glimpse of Aidsfonds' priorities:
Gender equality and HIV: Learn how to develop a gender transformative approach in HIV programming. Access the renewed Big Picture guide filled with approaches, exercises, case studies and loads more. Download guide
Universal Health Coverage: Wish to learn what this is about and how it will boost the HIV response? Visit our UHC page
COVID-19 and HIV: Access reliable information about COVID-19 and HIV, its impact on communities and rapid relief funding opportunities. Visit our COVID-19 page
Directly supporting communities that are at the highest risk of HIV infection is the most effective approach. When communities have space, capacity, and resources to mobilise, great strides can be made. Communities themselves hold governments accountable, remove barriers to HIV prevention and treatment, fight injustice and inequalities, and ensure the most vulnerable groups are included in the HIV response. Invest in communities now! The communities covered in our work are children, LGBT, people living with HIV, people who use drugs, sex workers, women, and young people.
Reversing cuts to the EU's NDICI and its thematic pillar
Follow-up on large-scale online evidence collection to support young people
Hands Off wins the Lange/van Tongeren Prize
Self-care is a crucial step to realizing a world without AIDS by 2030
5 strategic goals
The focus on the most affected people and communities is the core of our work. Together we work towards 5 long-term goals to achieve a world without AIDS by 2030.
Highlights from our work
To end AIDS we find bold solutions with and within local communities, we work on the basis of what has been proven effective in the AIDS response, we advocate worldwide to keep AIDS high on the political agenda and fund research towards the ultimate goal: a cure to HIV. Find here some highlights of what we do.
Sparked Women: Local Business Solutions for Better Health
Bridging the Gaps Sex Work Vietnam SCDI
Get Up Speak Out! (GUSO)
Knowledge & learning
We are happy to share what we learn. Use our knowledge on innovative projects, evidence-based methods, data-informed programming and pioneering scientific research. Explore best practices, toolkits, publications and more, all available for download, and let's accelerate the HIV response together.
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