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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Recent News

Urgent Action Alert: High Level Political Forum–How to get involved

  Planning for this year’s High Level Political Forum is starting to pick up. In this document you will find some basic information to…

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…

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Featured Resources

A Quarter for Prevention?

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is a major financier of national HIV responses and a vital source of prevention investments….

How Civil Society and Communities Can Engage in the Global Fund Grant-making Processes

  This information note is an update of the alert prepared by ICASO in 2015 to provide advice to civil society and community groups…

How to advocate for community responses and systems strengthening interventions in Global Fund funding requests

The purpose of this information note is to support civil society and community groups to design and include community systems strengthening interventions and community-based…

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