Publications Examine Funding For HIV, Human Rights

Two publications explore funding for HIV and human rights.

Open Society Foundations: HIV and Human Rights: A Mapping of Donor Priorities and Trends in Southern Africa
“…This briefing paper reports the findings of a 2012 study on HIV and human rights donor trends in Southern Africa, commissioned by the Open Society Foundations. It identifies opportunities to leverage donor support for HIV and human rights organizations, and for donor collaboration that can support them in the current funding environment” (June 2014).

UNAIDS: Donors and partners commit to sustaining HIV and human rights programming as a stepping stone to ending the AIDS epidemic
UNAIDS and Funders Concerned About AIDS recently convened a meeting to “discuss the funding landscape for civil society organizations and articulate a shared commitment among donors to sustain human rights work related to HIV…” (6/17).

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