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HIV/AIDS Funding: Data is the Key

  This article was originally published on the POZ website. The HIV/AIDS funding environment is more challenging than ever. Ill-informed policies threaten to roll back progress. Bilateral funders are decreasing resources. The majority of philanthropic resources are concentrated among a handful of donors. At this moment in time, we must deploy all the weapons in […]

The Past, Present and Future of HIV Funding

  This article was published on The American Journal of Managed Care’s website on December 11, 2017. A Kaiser Family Foundation web briefing navigated the HIV/AIDS funding landscape, taking a look at trends over time, the latest data, and what we might expect in the future. When analyzing federal funding by the US government for HIV both […]

Atlanta agencies beneficiaries of $2.65 million HIV investment

This article was originally published in the Atlanta Journal Constitution on December 2nd, 2017.   Nine states, including Georgia, have been awarded $2.65 million to help stop the worsening impact of the HIV epidemic in Southern states. Funders Concerned About AIDS, a collaborative that includes Gilead Sciences, the Ford Foundation, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, […]

HIV-focused Giving Fails to Address Needs of Over-50 PLWH

*This article was originally published in HIV Specialist magazine. PHILANTHROPIC DATA SHOWS AN “ALARMING GAP” in resources devoted to the needs of people living with HIV (PLWH) who are age 50 and older, according to Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA). In a report presented at the annual AIDS Philanthropy Summit, FCAA said that while fully […]