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22nd International AIDS conference AIDS2018

About AIDS 2018 The International AIDS Conference is the largest conference on any global health or development issue in the world. First convened during the peak of the AIDS epidemic in 1985, it continues to provide a unique forum for the intersection of science, advocacy, and human rights. Each conference is an opportunity to strengthen […]

PANCAP Removing barriers to accessing HIV and sexual and reproductive health services for key populations in the Caribbean 2016-2019 (A Caricom Regional Global Fund Project)

Despite the identification of the key issues affecting key populations in the region, most interventions and activities proposed in the concept note lack strategic focus, are either poorly articulated or do not demonstrate potential for impact. Examples include: influence the political will for structural change and shift barriers that impede access to prevention, testing, treatment, […]

CVC/COIN Challenging Stigma and Discrimination to Improve Access to and Quality of HIV Services In The Caribbean 2017–2018 (A UNDP Regional Global Fund Project)

The Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) is seeking to strengthen its ability to improve access to Justice and to challenge discrimination and advance human rights of its constituent population groups through increased advocacy, improved policy monitoring and strategic litigation. The grant will be implemented in Belize, Jamaica, Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago primarily by […]

GNP+ The People living with HIV Networks Consortium 2016-2018 (RCNF111 Global Project)

The People living with HIV Networks Consortium represents people living with HIV globally. They aim to enhance access to services for PLHIV globally and regionally through interregional communication, skills-sharing, and advocacy coordination. The Caribbean Regional Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS (CRN+) is a partner organization on this Project. CRN+ seeks to achieve […]

World AIDS Day 2017

World AIDS Day 2017 The theme of the 2017 World AIDS Day is ‘The Right to Health’.  The observance will be held on Friday, December 1, 2017. This event is organised globally by UNAIDS and supported nationally and regionally by various organisations such as CRN+.  Why the right to health? The universal and inalienable right to health provides everyone […]

International AIDS Candlelight Memorial

About Candlelight Memorial The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, coordinated by the Global Network of People living with HIV is one of the world’s oldest and largest grassroots mobilization campaigns for HIV awareness in the world. Started in 1983, the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial takes place every third Sunday in May and is led by a […]

Religious Leaders Consultation on Ending the AIDS Epidemic in the Caribbean Religious Leaders’ Contribution to the End of AIDS By 2030

1-2 February 2017 Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Theme: ‘Religious Leaders’ Contribution to the End of AIDS by 2030’ Consultation Communiqué The Regional Consultation of Religious Leaders, convened at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad in Port of Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on 1 – 2 February 2017, brought together 55 Religious Leaders from 14 Caribbean […]

CARPHA Mission to standardize regional reporting for the CRSF Technical assistance provided for the capture of data for the CRSF indicators

  Ms Elizabeth Lloyd, Head of Monitoring and Evaluation, the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) and Ms Patricia Smith-Cummings, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist are conducting a mission with support from the PANCAP Global Fund Grant to review and adopt existing regional reporting forms to standardize regional reporting for the Caribbean Regional Strategic Framework (CRSF) and […]

Caribbean can reach treatment targets to end AIDS if it accelerates progress Concerted efforts are needed to increase testing and viral suppression

UNAIDS has released its annual flagship report, showing that the Caribbean could reach the testing and treatment targets that will put it on course to end its AIDS epidemic if it accelerates its response. According to Ending AIDS: progress towards the 90-90-90 targets, in order to speed up progress the region must improve strategies to […]

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