mobilizing and supporting communities and decision-makers for an effective response to the AIDS pandemic


Advocacy for Accountability

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For more than 25 years ICASO has advocated for and facilitated the inclusion and leadership of affected communities in the effort to end to the AIDS pandemic, with human rights always at the center of its work. ICASO’s approach is based on our theory of change: policy analysis and strategic information gathering and dissemination; developing effective community leaders and; advocacy for accountability.

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Collaborative Canadian Study on HIV, Housing and Health Wins 2016 Robert Carr Research Award

A ground-breaking, community-based Canadian study exploring the relationship between housing and health for people living with HIV has been honoured with the second Robert…

Save the Date: 2016 Robert Carr Research Award and Memorial Lecture

19 July 2016, 18:00-19:30, Global Village Room 2, Durban ICC If you plan to be in Durban for AIDS 2016, please join us for…

Civil Society and Communities Declaration to End HIV: Human Rights Must Come First

The following is the text and list of signatories the civil society response to the United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS, which…

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Featured Resources

Working Together

A community-driven guide to meaningful involvement in national responses to HIV Working Together is a guide to increase and improve the meaningful involvement of…

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After the Concept Note: Opportunities for Civil Society Communities to Engage in the Global Fund Grant-making Process The new funding model (NFM) announced by…

DISCUSSION PAPER: Regional Concept Note Development

Regional Concept Note Development in the Global Fund’s (New) Funding Model:  Observations from the first round of regional concept notes Various consortia around the…

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