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Deadly Parallels: HIV/AIDS Funders Bring Hard-Learned Lessons to the Opioid Crisis

  *This article was originally published in Inside Philanthropy. If you think of a Venn diagram mapping two crises—the HIV/AIDS epidemic and opioid use—there would be a significant amount of overlap. They are analogous, in many ways: in terms of scope; the ways in which society has responded—or, more aptly, not responded—to them; and the populations […]

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, […]