The main focus of our work is on connecting people from the populations most affected by HIV with the full range of programs and services they need.
We do this through a combination of on-the-ground capacity development, program management and innovation using evidence-based intervention models.
We support effective practice by assisting in the development of plain-language policy and guidance materials.
Our current long-term HIV technical assistance work is centred around projects in Central Asia, Indonesia, Mekong countries and Papua New Guinea.
Our work is backed up by a suite of capacity development training courses in program management among injecting drug users, men who have sex with men, transgender people and sex workers that provide the foundation for the development of long-term supportive skills-exchange relationships with our development partners. These are followed up by long-term mentoring and coaching to turn training into skills development and improved practice.
We are a values-driven company and we promote team work, transparency and participation through our work.
We work in a social enterprise that includes the HIV Foundation Australia and the HIV Foundation Thailand.
Our people are our main asset – we have a skilled team of practitioners who come from, or have worked extensively amongst, the populations most affected by HIV.