Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

Changes to the Global Fund Eligibility Policy: An overview

An overview for civil society on proposed changes to the Global Fund’s eligibility policy. Continue reading

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Impact of closing civic space on HIV in East Africa

Closing civic space is slowing the HIV response in East Africa Continue reading

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African Commission launches HIV and human rights report

African Commission launches new HIV and human rights report Continue reading

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Gay men’s networking zone vandalized at ICASA 2017

Activists describe “closing civic space” at African AIDS meeting – but also energy and inspiration to continue the fight A networking zone for men who have sex with men (MSM) at the African regional AIDS conference was vandalized Thursday night, … Continue reading

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In the global HIV response, data invisibility for hidden populations fuels inequality – now some hidden populations are fighting back.  Continue reading

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African Commission recognizes that closing civic space hurts the fight against HIV

The African Commission warns that closing civic space harms the fight against HIV/AIDS. Continue reading

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Aid eligibility in a mobile, high-velocity world

Why are we still allocating funds for health to precisely those national governments who fail to care for or dedicate funding to those who need it? Continue reading

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How Will We Know When It’s the End of AIDS?

Five signs to look for when we’re actually close. Continue reading

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