Accelerating Innovation increases the resilience of communities impacted by HIV to respond to outbreaks of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.
Empowered for Change is working to reduce HIV among adolescent girls and young women in Kenya and Uganda.
ECID works to reduce poverty, realise rights and improve the wellbeing of the most marginalised people in Myanmar, Nigeria and Zimbabwe.
Frontline Technical Assistance provides rapid, responsive and high quality support to organisations who need advice and guidance to improve the way they work.
We support marginalised populations wherever they are at highest risk of HIV and in the most challenging political and social environments.
We do this because ICT allows for anonymity, which can be vital for stigmatised groups most affected by HIV.
Our harm reduction programme exists because we support, rather than punish, people who use drugs.
Rights – Evidence – ACTion (REAct) is a tool to record human rights violations that happen when accessing HIV and health services.
READY exists so that young people lead on designing and implementing health programmes.
The SRHR Umbrella Grant exists because more Ugandan people should be able to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
The Rapid Response Fund provides grants to support marginalised communities to continue accessing HIV services in emergency situations.
Insights from past HIV programmes led or implemented by Frontline AIDS.