With young women aged between 15 and 24 twice as likely to contract HIV than men of the same age, the pursuit for gender equality is vital to end AIDS.
Harm reduction services ensure people who use drugs can protect themselves from HIV and other blood-borne diseases, as well as the harm associated with drug use.
New HIV infections remain stubbornly high at approximately 1.7 million every year. Access to HIV prevention services should be a universal right.
HIV treatment enables people living with HIV to have a more or less normal life expectancy. The problem is that not everyone is on treatment.
Respecting and upholding human rights underpins everything that we do, because everyone deserves to have their rights respected.
We work with young people, marginalised communities, and women and girls to access sexual and reproductive health and rights services.
We support adolescents and young people to access HIV and SRHR services, and to engage in decision-making processes that affect their lives.