GNP+ is the global network for and by people living with HIV. The Network works to improve the quality of life of all people living with HIV. This means, it advocates for, and supports fair and equal access to treatment, care and support services for people living with HIV around the world. GNP+ works with communities of people living with HIV, regardless of whether they are geographic or identity based, to challenge governments and global leaders to improve access and quality care and support services. In different countries, the organization has created different evidence gathering tools to support networks of people living with HIV and HIV community activists in their advocacy. GNP+ provides technical assistance to networks using its tools, and uses the data gathered by the national networks in international advocacy, showcasing the challenges and issues of people living with HIV around the world. GNP+ has offices in Amsterdam and Cape Town.
The resources link has documents on community development, financing, global advocacy agenda, human rights & criminalization, sexual and reproductive health and rights, stigma & discrimination as well as HIV treatment, prevention, care and support.