The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS (the Coalition) is a unique group of global donors, UN agencies, NGOs and independent experts working together to help children survive and thrive.Learn More
Survive and Thrive
The Coalition's strategic plan seeks to mobilize not only the HIV sector, but also the broader development community. In addition, our Members strive to strengthen the voices of affected children, families and carers.
Children of Key Populations
The children of key populations affected by HIV and AIDS are being overlooked and excluded. They face a double burden: both the affects of HIV and AIDS and entrenched exclusion by way of association with their parents.
In collaboration with an international working group, the Coalition developed a tool and guidance to assist care workers in managing ethical dilemmas when providing services to children and families of the most stigmatized and marginalized populations.
The following post, by Coalition member, Florence Anam of the International Community of Women Living with HIV, was originally published on the InterAction blog. No arguments are more persuasive in influencing global… Read More
The Coalition and 159 other groups signed this coalition statement opposing the “Global Gag Rule,” also known as the Mexico City Policy. This rule blocks aid to foreign organizations who… Read More