New infographic on HIV philanthropy for advocacy & human rights
Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) is pleased to launch a new infographic on HIV philanthropy for advocacy and human rights.
FCAA firmly believes that universal access to healthcare – including HIV treatment, prevention and care – is not only a fundamental human right, but also provides a remarkable return on investment. Resources allocated to HIV/AIDS are some of the most efficient and effective dollars that can be spent, paying enormous dividends in terms of public health, trade, economic security and leveraging capacity.
With the uncertainty of our current political climate, FCAA also developed an Advocacy Network in 2017 to respond to the needs of funders trying to remain informed and prepared to act. It is in this context that this data spotlight on the importance of advocacy and human rights funding emerges, distilled from FCAA’s annual resource tracking report Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS in 2015.
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- New infographic details #HIV philanthropy for #advocacy & #humanrights bit.ly/2qvZ8bQ #AIDSFunding
- In 2015 $123.5M in #HIV-related philanthropy went to #advocacy & #humanrights, a 35% from 2014bit.ly/2qvZ8bQ
- Funding for orgs doing #advocacy & #humanrights work ensures adequate public resources & sound policy bit.ly/2qvZ8bQ #HIV #FundAIDSFight
- (1/3) In 2015 Top10 #HIV philanthropic funders for #advocacy & #humanrights include: @GileadSciences @MACAIDSFund @FordFoundation bit.ly/2qvZ8bQ
- (2/3) In 2015 Top10 #HIV philanthropic funders for #advocacy & #humanrights include: @gatesfoundation @OpenSociety @ejaforg @ViiVhc bit.ly/2qvZ8bQ
- (3/3) In 2015 Top10 #HIV philanthropic funders for #advocacy & #humanrights include: @AIDS_United @LeviStraussCo @TidesCommunity bit.ly/2qvZ8bQ