differentiated service delivery

Why Communities Must Be at the Center of Differentiated Service Delivery

This week, on 12-13 February 2018, ITPC participated in a meeting for The CQUIN Learning Network: Partnering to Advance Differentiated Service Delivery hosted by ICAP at Columbia University. ITPC Executive Director Solange Baptiste spoke at the opening reception on Monday evening and presented at the first session of the week, helping to elevate the role of communities […]

Wame Mosime FCAA 2017 domestic funding panel

Civil Society Must Participate in Domestic Funding Dialogues – Here’s How

On September 18, 2017, at the Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA) AIDS Philanthropy Summit in Washington D.C., ITPC Director of Global Programs and Advocacy Wame Mosime and AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa (ARASA) Deputy Director Felicita Hikuam spoke at the session titled Civil Society-Driven Actions on Sustainability and Domestic Mobilization for HIV and […]

Delegates attend a meeting on galvanizing the movement to scale-up access to optimal treatment and related care for adolescents living with HIV in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Future of the HIV Response Through the Eyes of Youth Leadership

Helen Etya’ale, ITPC’s Program Coordinator, shares her reflections from the recent Intergenerational Summit on Positive Youth Leadership and what the HIV advocacy movement looks like through the eyes of youth leadership.   August 12th is International Youth Day. In light of that, I can’t help but think back on my recent experiences and observations from […]