CVC seeks to develop a cohesive and coordinated strategy to support work in the Caribbean with and on behalf of populations vulnerable to HIV and the stigma and discrimination associated with it.
Founded in 1975, the Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) is an internationally recognized non-profit organization that improves the lives of women and girls in developing countries. Our approach is to work hand-in-hand with women leaders, local partners, and national and international organizations to give women the tools they need to improve their lives, families and communities.
Gestos is a an HIV/AIDS advocacy and service multiplier non-governmental organization, founded in 1993, to try and guarantee the human rights of people affected by HIV
GCM is a diverse network of advocates and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) working to expand HIV prevention options for women and encourage ethical research that involves civil society. Since 1998, GCM has worked to accelerate the development and testing of new HIV prevention toosl (including microbicides, PrEP and other products); facilitate widespread access and use of existing tools; and protect the needs and interests of users and communities, especially women.
The Huairou Commission envisions an AIDS response system which partners with grassroots women in research, design, development and implementation.
ICRW’s mission is to improve the lives of women living in poverty, advance women’s equality and human rights, and contribute to broader economic and social well-being. ICRW accomplishes this, working in partnership with others, through research, capacity building, and evidence-based advocacy on issues affecting women’s economic, health, and social status in low-and middle-income countries.
ICW-Kenya chapter is network of women living with HIV/AIDS in the world wide. Our goal is to access information about HIV and sharing with our community at grassroots level.On International Human Rights Day, a panel discussion titled, “Opposing grave human rights violations on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity” was held at UN headquarters in New York.
The International Women's Health Coalition leads global and local actions to secure every woman's right to a just and healthy life. We are creating a world where women are free from discrimination, sexual coercion and violence, and have access to health services and information.
UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, is an innovative joint venture of the United Nations family, bringing together the efforts and resources of ten UN system organizations in the AIDS response to help the world prevent new HIV infections, care for people living with HIV, and mitigate the impact of the epidemic. With its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, the UNAIDS Secretariat works on the ground in more than 80 countries worldwide.
The work of PIHHR emphasizes the conceptual, methodological, policy and practice implications of linking health to human rights, with particular attention to women, children, gender issues, and vulnerable populations. Program staff have extensive experience in research, training and programming with non-governmental, governmental and intergovernmental organizations working in the fields of health and human rights around the world.
PHREB is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to fighting violence against women and girls. Our aim is to work towards a society in which every person enjoys the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and core international human rights conventions.
HIV and AIDS prevention, STI prevention, Health promotion, advocacy for sexual and reproductive health programme , Huma rights advocacy, gender development and behaviour change programming. Research, studies and prgramming for key populations.
Challenging, Catalysing and Transforming the Way we Think about AIDS The Salamander Trust currently has four key core projects:a) Women, HIV and Motherhood Audio Project - challenging attitudes and practices towards women who test positive during pregnancy and all HIV-positive women who wish to have childrenb) Developing the Sophia Forum: Catalysing new awareness and action on issues facing women in relation to HIVc) Stepping Stones - support for users of the Stepping Stones gender transformative training programme around the world.d) Salamander Trust is working together closely with oth
Sophia Forum seeks the protection and promotion of the good health of women, in particular women who are HIV positive or who are at risk of sexually transmitted diseases including HIV by:(a) promoting prevention and treatment for women living with HIV, both in the UK and internationally; (b) increasing awareness and understanding of women's sexual health, HIV and AIDS amongst health and other professionals, service providers and the public.
VSO is the world’s leading independent international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries. VSO's high-impact approach involves bringing people together to share skills, build capabilities, promote international understanding and action, and change lives to make the world a fairer place for all.
Women with Vision in Africa (WWVA) is a women humanitarian volunteers initiative that works with women, children and youth in society for their wellbeing.
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.
The World YWCA is a global network of women leading social and economic change in over 120 countries. The World YWCA advocates for peace, justice, human rights and care for the environment and has been at the forefront of raising the status of women for more than a century. The World YWCA develops women’s leadership to find local solutions to the global inequalities women face. Each year, it reaches more than 25 million women and girls through work in over 22,000 communities.
Gender Equality and Key Populations Results, Gaps and Lessons From the Implementation of Strategies and Action Plans
The Gender Equality Strategy (2008) and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities (SOGI) Strategy (2009) were the first formal, strategic commitments by the Board of the Global Fund to addressing these areas within the institution’s policies and investments.This Rapid Review focuses on the current frameworks for implementing the strategies - the Gender Equality Action Plan 2014-2016 and the Key Populations Action Plan 2014-2017. The review was conducted in January – March 2016 by an independent consultant, informed by over 45 key stakeholder interviews and 70 resources.
This report presents recent scientific evidence about the links between HIV, HPV and cervical cancer, and it supplies relevant epidemiological, screening, vaccination and innovation data. Ultimately, its goal is to (a) promote synergies between HIV and cervical cancer prevention programmes, (b) make the case for integrating cervical cancer prevention into existing HIV treatment and prevention programmes, (c) explain the opportunities for women’s health that exist in coordinating HIV and cervical cancer prevention, and (d) advance prevention and treatment literacy among affected populations.
Together for Girls’ (TfG) 2015-2016 stakeholderreport “Breaking the Cycle of Violence” is now available. The report includes findings from the 2015 Violence Against Children Surveys in Malawi, Nigeria and Zambia. It also highlights the partnership’s global advocacy accomplishments and country partners’ progress in responding to violence, including programs in Malawi and Cambodia that are working to change social norms and educate youth on skills that can be protective against violence.