| Multilateral Organizations|
|Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)|
| UNAIDS Cosponsors: HIV/AIDS-Specific Sites|
| Major Funders|
|Belgian Directorate-General for International Cooperation|
In Dutch, English, French.
|Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation|
|Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)|
Also in French.
|Danish Development Policy|
|David and Lucile Packard Foundation|
|Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ)|
German Agency for Technical Cooperation is a government-owned corporation for international cooperation with worldwide operations. Also in German.
|Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation|
|European Commission - Development and Relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific States|
Also in French.
|The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria|
|Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)|
|Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)|
Also in Norwegian.
|Pew Charitable Trusts|
|The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)|
|Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)|
Also in Swedish.
|Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation|
Also in French, German, Italian and Spanish.
|U.K. Department for International Development (DFID)|
|United Nations Foundation|
|U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)|
|U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention|
See also CDC's Global AIDS Program.
|W.K. Kellogg Foundation|
| Selected Organizations with International HIV/AIDS Activities|
One of the U.K.'s largest development agencies; has multipronged HIV/AIDS program in numerous countries.
|Alan Guttmacher Institute|
Nonprofit focused on sexual and reproductive health research, policy analysis, and public education.
Manages reproductive health and HIV/AIDS/STI projects in numerous countries.
|Catholic Relief Services|
AIDS programming in 52 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America.
|Center for Strategic and International Studies|
Based in Washington; manages the Task Force on Strengthening U.S. Leadership on HIV/AIDS. Center's Africa Program includes numerous publications and presentations related to HIV/AIDS.
A project of the World Bank that includes topical pages, project databases, country gateways, and community forums related to development topics.
A gateway to information on development issues, incuding HIV/AIDS. Features a wide range of high quality online resources, including summaries and links to online documents, a directory of websites, databases, library catalogues, and email discussion lists.
|Family Care International|
Focus on improving women's sexual and reproductive health and rights in developing countries, with emphasis on making pregnancy and childbirth safer.
|Family Health International (FHI)|
Website and many publications available in Arabic, English, French, Spanish, and Russian.
|Global AIDS Alliance|
Advocacy organization working on grassroots campaigns with a global scope.
|Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (GNP+)|
Includes contact information for regional networks.
|Global Strategies for HIV Prevention|
Works collaboratively to develop and implement international strategies to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV; sponsors international and regional conferences and workshops.
|Health and Development Networks|
Develops and moderates numerous, online HIV/AIDS discussion fora; key correspondent teams provide coverage of HIV/AIDS conferences. Also provides electronic networking and communication support in-country.
|International AIDS Society|
Leading international membership organization and sponsor of biannual world AIDS conferences. Publishes the journal AIDS.
|Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD)|
Network of Canadian voluntary sector organizations focused on HIV/AIDS and development issues.
|International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care (IAPAC)|
Aims to expand access of HIV/AIDS-treating physicians and other healthcare professionals to cutting-edge clinical management information related to HIV and associated complications.
|International Center for Research on Women|
Nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting socioeconomic development with women's
full participation. Conducts research on women and AIDS.
|International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO)|
Includes several publications in English, French, Spanish and Russian and contact information for regional secretariats.
|International Community of Women Living with HIV and AIDS (ICW)|
Global advocacy group by and for women with HIV/AIDS.
|International HIV/AIDS Alliance|
A nongovernmental organization supporting community action on HIV/AIDS in developing countries.
|International Planned Parenthood Federation|
International nonprofit advocating for sexual and reproductive health and rights.
|JSI Research and Training Institute|
International health consulting firm; HIV/AIDS activities include epidemiological and clinical research projects and implementation and evaluation of surveillance systems.
|Management Sciences for Health (MSH)|
Nonprofit with projects worldwide; works with decision makers to improve the management of and access to critical health services.
|Marie Stopes International|
Works in over 30 countries, advocating for and providing family planning and reproductive health care services.
|Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)|
(Doctors without Borders) Independent humanitarian medical aid agency. Access to Essential Medicines Campaign includes ARVs.
Works with media and other information actors to enable developing countries to shape and communicate their own development agendas through informed public debate; particular focus on amplifying the voices of the poor and marginalized. Numerous HIV/AIDS-related activities and publications.
|Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH)|
Numerous programs encompassing sexual, reproductive and child health.
|Program for the Collaboration Against AIDS and Related Epidemics (ProCAARE)|
Discussion forum established as a partnership between SATELLIFE and the Harvard AIDS Institute.
Nonprofit that undertakes policy research and analysis; publishes numerous domestic and international health reports including HIV/AIDS, STDs, and sexual behavior.
A five-year, performance-based contract that provides technical assistance to USAID's Bureau for Global Health in the design, evaluation, and coordination of international HIV/AIDS programs, and in the identification and dissemination of lessons learned from these programs. Site features HIV/AIDS country profiles.
| Selected Academic Institutions|
|Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center|
|Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health|
Supports the provision of specialized care to HIV-infected women, their partners, and their children in prevention of mother-to-child transmission programs.
|Georgetown University, Institute for Health Care Policy and Research|
See also Georgetown University Law Center's Federal Legislation Clinic.
|Harvard AIDS Institute|
See also Harvard's Center for International Development.
|Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium)|
Houses an STD/HIV research and intervention unit and participates in international microbicide clinical trials.
|Johns Hopkins AIDS Service|
|New York University School of Medicine Center for AIDS Research|
|London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Department of Public Health and Policy|
Undertakes research on HIV/AIDS economics and financing amongst other topics.
|Stanford University School of Medicine|
|University of Alabama at Birmingham, Center for AIDS Research|
|University of California San Francisco, AIDS Research Institute|
|University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carolina Population Center|
Projects include MEASURE Evaluation, which seeks to strengthen monitoring and evaluation of AIDS programs in developing countries.
|University of Sussex, Institute of Development Studies|
Research programs include health, poverty, participation, and globalization. Hosts (1) id21, a fast-track research reporting service for policymakers and development managers that covers HIV/AIDS and sexual health, among numerous topics; and (2) BRIDGE, a gender and development information service.
| Other International Links|
|Internet Bookmarks for AIDS|
From New Mexico AIDS InfoNet.