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
Inclusion and Universal Health Care
The Coaliton has developed key messages to help advocates speak with one voice as they work to tackle the exclusion faced by children and adolescents affected by HIV and AIDS, as well as their caregivers.
Despite progress in
tackling HIV, there are still huge
numbers of children out of reach
of HIV testing, treatment and care. Read our advocacy brief on ending AIDS in children.
Doing Things Differently
Hear from Coalition Ambassador, Clara Banya, as she highlights some of the critical needs facing children and families affected by HIV.
*This article was originally published on the Alliance website. The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS has put forth recommendations to address these complex challenges. During this pivotal year, it is calling… Read More
*This piece, authored by Coalition Member, Cecilia Kihara of Frontline AIDS, was originally published on POZ. In a small town in Nigeria, there is an 18-year-old orphan — we’ll call… Read More