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At Risk: Can Funders Preserve Momentum in the AIDS Fight?

Recently, Inside Philanthropy interviewed FCAA Executive Director, John Barnes and Director of Operations, Sarah Hamilton about the role of private HIV and AIDS funders in this uncertain political climate. As they geared up for an annual summit to be held just weeks after the 2016 election, the folks at Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) expected […]

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 […]

HIV is not a crime! (except in 32 states and 72 countries)

The following is blog, written by FCAA’s Executive Director, John Barnes, which appeared on The Funders for Justice blog on April 4, 2017.  Even many AIDS advocates and people living with HIV are surprised to learn that HIV IS a crime in 32 US states and 72 countries around the world, with new laws being enacted every year.  […]

In the Face of Uncertainty: Philanthropy’s Role in Funding HIV/AIDS Fight is More Critical than Ever

This post was originally published on GrantCraft. Over the years, philanthropic resources have grown dramatically, becoming an integral component to the global response to HIV and AIDS. Although the increase in philanthropic funding is encouraging, there is still much effort needed to ensure we have the resources necessary to meet global health targets. The landscape for HIV/AIDS […]

The Circles that Divide Us: No More Business as Usual in Fight Against HIV and AIDS

The following is blog, written by FCAA’s Executive Director, John Barnes, which appeared on The Huffington Post on January 9, 2017. In recent weeks, I find myself referring frequently to this quote, from Martin Luther King: “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” Three decades of working in the fight against HIV and AIDS […]