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New FCAA report highlights the challenges and opportunities for funding community based action on HIV/AIDS
Southern HIV Impact Fund
In 2017, a group of partners, brought together by Funders Concerned About AIDS and including Gilead Sciences, Ford Foundation, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, ViiV Healthcare and Johnson and Johnson, launched the Southern HIV Impact Fund, managed by AIDS United.
FCAA envisions a world without AIDS, facilitated by a philanthropic sector that works collaboratively, transparently, and urgently to ensure focused and robust funding for:
Evidence-based interventions in the treatment and prevention of HIV infection.
Advocacy, research, and exploration of new methods to hasten the end of AIDS.
Investments that address the social inequities, health disparities, and human rights abuses that have fueled the spread of the epidemic.
Increase philanthropic resources dedicated to ending HIV/AIDS.
Catalyze a dynamic and sustained philanthropic response to HIV/AIDS with special attention to underlying drivers.
Influence key public and philanthropic funders to align HIV/AIDS resources for greatest impact.