Hosted by Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA)
More than four decades into the HIV response, universal access to rights-based HIV prevention and treatment – the foundation to reaching the end of AIDS – remains a challenge. In the first months of 2023 alone, the state of Tennessee signaled it would no longer accept HIV funding from the CDC; 150+ state-level bills restricting the rights of transgender people were introduced in U.S.; and now the Ugandan Parliament has passed a bill that will severely criminalize the LGBTQ and HIV community. With this as a backdrop, the 118th Congress convened with PEPFAR reauthorization and budget appropriations at stake this year.
What can philanthropy do to leverage our voice and funding to address these critical and emerging threats to the global response to HIV and AIDS?
Join us for our first in-person convening since 2019 and lend your voice to this critical discussion.
Virtual access will be provided for those unable to join in person.