Resourcing Harm Reduction: A New FCAA Blog Series

Recently, FCAA released a data spotlight illustrating the intersection of HIV and people who inject drugs (PWID). Given that PWID are 22 times more likely to acquire HIV than the rest of the global population, we felt that it was important to understand where private philanthropy was supporting harm reduction programs. As we worked with […]

Have you met Channing?

Behind every great organization is a fabulous Board Chair and FCAA is no different. Channing Wickham, Executive Director of the Washington AIDS Partnership, has been a long-time member of our Board of Directors, quietly helping to steer this ship as its Chair for almost five years. While Channing is a proud advocate of our work, […]

Talking FOSTA-SESTA at the FCAA Spring Funder Forum

As FCAA’s most recent data spotlight points out, sex workers are at 13 times greater risk of contracting HIV than the general population. This is due to a number of factors – greater economic vulnerability, the inability to negotiate for protected sex through condom use, and the experience of violence, criminalization, and marginalization. In July […]

The role of private philanthropy in the Global Fund – A call to Action at the World Economic Forum

Here’s a message that always bears repeating: the contributions of private philanthropy, though only 2% of global resources for HIV/AIDS, are catalytic. These resources are invaluable to progress in global health. Consider, for example, the role of private philanthropy in the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. To date, the private sector has […]