What it means to be an HIV Funder: Amelia Korangy

“We need to make it easy for folks who don’t see HIV as their issue, to understand that HIV-specific programming, organizations, advocacy, and cultural movements are actually entry points and infrastructure for some of the broader issues that need to be addressed.”   Today we are sharing the final part of our video series “What […]

Protecting Human Rights During COVID-19

COVID-19 has had incalculable impacts. One of the many side effects of the disease is how it creates an increased opportunity for the infringement of human rights. A recent FCAA Connect webinar, hosted in partnership with the Global Philanthropy Project and Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group, focused on this topic. Roxxy Odoyo from UHAI-EASHRI and Caroline […]

New Data Highlights Concerns in HIV/AIDS Funding

Recent Report Indicates Additional Challenges in an Already Resource-Constrained Environment A new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation and UNAIDS, Donor Government Funding for HIV in Low- and Middle-Income Countries, shows that donor governments decreased contributions to fight HIV and AIDS by $200 million between 2018 and 2019. This is particularly disheartening news in an […]

We cannot divert funding from the HIV and AIDS response

“Responding to COVID-19 must not be a zero-sum game. Somehow, we have to integrate our response with the existing landscape of global health. …all of us who work in global health must ensure that we don’t turn away from a wider perspective on health. For, if we do, the pandemic will have inflicted two mortal […]