This page links to key international organisations and websites focusing on a range of HIV & AIDS issues.
If you are looking for information on AIDS in a particular country it’s best to try the UNAIDS website or search for local organisations at AIDSMap’s AIDS Organisations Worldwide search engine.
Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to link to reputable sites containing up to date and accurate information about HIV & AIDS, the provision of links to external sites does not constitute endorsement by AFAO.
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AVERT is a UK-based international HIV & AIDS charity that provides news and information about HIV & AIDS around the word, plus games, videos and stories.
Gender equality & HIV/AIDS is a web portal set up by UN Women about the gender equality dimensions of the HIV & AIDS epidemic.
GMHC Gay Men’s Health Crisis (USA) provides information on HIV & AIDS as well as a range of topics.
HIVandHepatitis.com provides news and information about treatment for HIV & AIDS, chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C, and co-infection with HIV/HCV and HIV/HBV.
HIV InSite Gateway to HIV and AIDS Knowledge provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary information on basic science, treatment, prevention, and policy.
HIV InSite Country and Regions Pages is a source of regularly updated international HIV & AIDS information, including global and regional HIV & AIDS overviews, individual country pages and a database of epidemiological and socioeconomic data.
International AIDS Society (IAS) is the world’s professional society for scientists, health care and public health workers, and others engaged in HIV & AIDS prevention, control and care. This website also includes international conference links.
NAM AIDS Map a website of NAM (formerly National AIDS Manual) (UK) with a focus on treatments, also includes a section on international resources.
NAM’s e-atlas is a searchable listing of HIV & AIDS organisations worldwide.
UNAIDS is the joint United Nations Programme on HIV & AIDS. The website includes international news, data, research, conferences, FAQs, publications, country and regional profiles.
The Body (US) provides information, resources and contacts.
GNP+ (Global) is the Global Network of People living with HIV. Provides capacity building, conferences, web forum, regional links.
ICW Global (Global) is the International Community of Women living with HIV.
Poz (US) provides daily news, treatment updates, personal profiles, investigative features, videos, blogs and an extensive online social network.
Terence Higgins Trust (UK) provides health promotion and support to people at risk of or with HIV.
AIDS Map (UK)
AIDScience is produced by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The site includes peer-reviewed articles, research updates, links to news bulletins from a variety of sources, and discussion forums.
CATIE Community AIDS treatments Information Exchange (Canada).
Project Inform (USA) provides information, advocacy and inspiration for people with HIV and AIDS, and hepatitis C.
Medscape provides general medical information for healthcare professionals and consumers, as well as treatment updates.
PubMed is an online biomedical database that includes peer-reviewed HIV & AIDS journals. PubMed includes links to many sites providing full text articles and other related resources.
2010 Global Criminalisation scan provides a global overview of criminal and other laws that have been used to prosecute people with HIV for HIV transmission and exposure.
AVERT: Human rights and HIV provides an overview of the issues related to criminal prosecutions for transmission of HIV.
HIV Justice Network is a global information and advocacy hub for individuals and organisations working to end the inappropriate use of the criminal law to regulate and punish people with HIV.
Positive Justice Project is a consortium devoted to ending the abuse of the criminal law against people with HIV.
International HIV/AIDS Alliance is a development organisation specialising in supporting communities in developing countries to play a full and effective role in the global response to HIV & AIDS.
UNESCO HIV and Health Education Clearinghouse is an interactive portal dedicated to collecting and disseminating documentation on HIV and its impact on education.
AVAC is a global source for updates, advocacy and information on biomedical HIV prevention.
IAVIReport.org is an online centralised source of information on all aspects of AIDS vaccine research and associated scientific disciplines.
Global Campaign for Microbicides is a broad-based, international effort to build support among policymakers, opinion leaders, and the general public for increased investment into microbicides and other user-controlled prevention methods.
International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM) is a non-profit product development partnership established in 2002 to prevent HIV transmission by accelerating the development and availability of a safe and effective microbicide for women in developing countries.
International Rectal Microbicide Advocates (IRMA) comprises over 850 advocates, policymakers and leading scientists working together to advance an agenda for rectal microbicide research and development.
Microbicides Development Programme (MDP) is a not-for-profit, African-European partnership, established to develop vaginal microbicides to reduce the risk of HIV infection in women.
Microbicide Trials Network is a US National Institutes of Health-funded worldwide collaboration of clinical trials around the world.
MPact (formerly MSMGF) advocates for equitable access to effective HIV prevention, care, and treatment services tailored to the needs of gay and other men who have sex with men (MSM), while promoting their health and human rights worldwide.
International Treatment Preparedness Coalition is a not-for-profit community-driven funding mechanism to support HIV treatment advocacy and education efforts in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America, and NIS/CIS/Baltics.
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) is based in South Africa and is the driving force behind the current international campaign to increase access to HIV drugs and essential medicines for people with HIV & AIDS. AFAO supported TAC for a period of time in 2001 for their MTCT campaign.
While every effort has been made to link to reputable sites containing up to date and accurate information about HIV & AIDS, the provision of links to external sites does not constitute endorsement by AFAO.