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 […]
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 […]
ITPC is an open and flexible coalition. Our eight regional ITPC networks form the backbone of our structure, leading the bulk of our programs and advocacy efforts. Today, we’re catching up with Rose Kaberia, Regional Director of ITPC East Africa, as she shares her reflections on the HIV treatment access movement in her region: How […]
Ahead of ITPC’s Global Think Tank Meeting on PrEP, ITPC Executive Director Solange Baptiste and Director of Global Programs & Advocacy Wame Mosime met with local media to increase awareness about PrEP and speak about ITPC’s work to ensure communities have a voice in processes around it.
Andy Seale summarizes a discussion that took place on ITPC’s listserv about when to initiate antiretroviral therapy. The discussion included consideration of WHO’s recommendation for Same Day Start.
Bactrin Killingo, for ITPC, presents community research findings and a program to mobilize demand for ‘differentiated models of care’ in a meeting organized by IAS as part of the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, in Seattle.
“The recent announcement that dolutegravir is becoming part of the national HIV program in Brazil is great news for people living with HIV,” Othoman Mellouk applauds civil society in Brazil.
Othoman Mellouk, describes some tactics used by companies to hike drug prices. He also highlights how civil society is fighting back. Othoman is ITPC’s Intellectual Property & Access to Medicines Expert.
Monday 10th October 2016 will kick off a week of sustained actions targeting the Filipino president and government, through peaceful demonstrations at embassies and consulates of the Philippines around the world.
In Day One of our Video for Change workshop in Botswana, we kept coming back to the issue of informed consent and concerns for the safety and security of people who appear in our advocacy films.
Julia Powell, ITPC’s Strategic Communications Lead, explains why ITPC is exploring Participatory Communications
Key Population Activists Share their Stories and Celebrate Achievements in Short Films At the AIDS 2016 in Durban last week, ITPC and ARASA launched four short films that give voice to the leaders of networks of people living with HIV and key populations. The films highlight the critical role played by these communities over the […]