The Alliance exists for one reason - to end AIDS through community action, an ambitious but realistic vision.

We are building knowledge, mobilising people, inspiring leadership and allowing all voices to play significant roles in the response to HIV. Our experience shows that together we can achieve more impact.

We were founded in 1993 to support community groups in countries that were most affected by the global AIDS crisis. We offered a vision and a way of working that would put communities at the centre of the response in order to provide effective local solutions. We now work with communities in over 40 countries to take local, national and global action on HIV, health and human rights.

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Stereotypes, attitudes and behaviours
We commit to share tried and tested methodologies to tackle stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV sector so it can be adapted for the disability sector.  

Timeframe and/or implementation plan: Ongoing and dependent on country progress to date.

We commit to advocate for governments to introduce comprehensive anti-discrimination legislation that protects the rights of all people with disabilities, including people living with HIV and LGBTI communities.

Theme: Eliminate Stigma and Discrimination
Year: 2018

Capacity building: teachers and staff
We commit to the development and implementation of age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education, including information on HIV and sexual, reproductive health and rights, provided in and out of school settings.  We advocate for a comprehensive sexuality education curriculum to be developed between ministries of health and education that take a sex-positive approach and include information on pregnancy and contraception, HIV acquisition and management, sexual orientation and gender identity, gender based violence, and harmful gender norms.

Timeframe and/or implementation plan: Ongoing.

Theme: Inclusive Education
Year: 2018