We are the world’s largest partnership of community organisations working together to end AIDS.
AIDS isn’t over. Globally, more than 38.4 million people are living with HIV and 9.6 million cannot access life-saving treatment.
Cases are spiking again among the world’s most marginalised people: those who face the most barriers to accessing treatment, testing and prevention.
Young women aged 15-24 years old are twice as likely to be living with HIV than young men.
The risk of acquiring HIV is 28 times higher for gay men and other men who have sex with men, and 22 times higher for transgender women.
In 2021 alone, the Frontline AIDS partnership reached 12.1 million marginalised people and provided them with sexual and reproductive health and rights interventions, and we supported 1,592 community organisations to respond to HIV.
We’re committed to doing international development differently, re-thinking the traditional structures to empower the communities we work with and embed an anti-racist approach in our work and values.
Your generosity helps us support people living and affected by HIV with lifesaving services, including through The Rapid Response Fund – our flagship fund supporting marginalised communities to tackle HIV-related human rights challenges and respond to rising hostility and attacks on their rights.
If you can, donate now to help us achieve a future free from AIDS for everyone, everywhere.