The International HIV/AIDS Alliance exists to end AIDS through community action. The organization is building knowledge, mobilizing people, inspiring leadership and allowing all voices to play significant roles in the response to HIV to achieve more impact. The Alliance is an alliance of over 30 civil society organizations working with communities in over 40 countries to take local, national and global action on HIV, health and human rights. The organization works with key populations such as those who are most vulnerable to or affected by HIV, so that they have a key role to play in the response. These key populations include transgender people, people who use drugs, sex workers, adolescents, young people, women and girls, in all their diversity.
The resources are informed by the organization’s experience tackling the HIV epidemic at community level. You can find media resources, personal stories, case studies or browse the galleries and explore impact areas. You can use the knowledge to inform good practice programming and advocacy work.