Community advocates can end AIDS
Video: Meet community advocates from around the world who are working to end AIDS.
Community advocates have changed the way the world responds to HIV and AIDS.
They improve the wellbeing of marginalised people and their communities. Because they are innovative, communities can deal with the complex social and political issues that define the HIV and AIDS response.
However, there is still prejudice, a lack of understanding and bad press on community advocacy. And the lack of financial and political support for community-based and community-led advocacy demonstrates this. Both from donors and, in particular, from domestic sources.
Find out about our Partnership to Inspire Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH) programme for more information on community advocacy.
PITCH a strategic partnership between Aidsfonds, Frontline AIDS, and the Dutch Ministry for Foreign Affairs.