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


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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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Statement by on behalf of the International Indigenous HIV & AIDS Community, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network and INA (Māori, Indigenous & South Pacific) HIV/AIDS Foundation

Statement by on behalf of the International Indigenous HIV & AIDS Community, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network and INA (Māori, Indigenous & South Pacific)…

STATEMENT: Venezuela Needs the Global Fund Now

ICASO stands with the Venezuelan Network of Positive People’s plea for aid from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria   The…

ICASO and INA endorse U=U Consensus Statement

    20 January 2017 Tirau, New Zealand; Toronto, Canada ICASO (International Council of AIDS Service Organizations) and INA (Māori, Indigenous & South Pacific) HIV/AIDS…

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Featured Resources

Investing in Community Responses

Investing in Community Responses A case for funding non-service delivery community actions to end AIDS     Greater investment in community responses is needed to…

AIDS Action Alert — Global AIDS Monitoring (GAM)

URGENT: The review and reporting process at country level has already started; Join now! Be involved! Be heard!    5 Key Actions You Can…

Joint Civil Society Analysis of the 2016 Political Declaration

The 2016 United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS should have been a critical milestone. It was the opportunity for governments to elaborate…

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