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Case Studies

Explore some of the work we do with a global network of NGOs, patient organisations and community groups.

Community Case Studies

  • MTV Shuga

    MTV Shuga is an award winning TV drama that is the flagship media campaign of the MTV Staying Alive Foundation (SAF), an organisation that is dedicated to stopping the spread and implications of HIV/AIDS amongst young people. MTV Shuga has substantially increased HIV testing in South Africa and has a social media reach of 118 million people.

  • Kaiser Family Foundation

    In 2016, the Kaiser Family Foundation teamed with the UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health to produce a video series that gives voice to transgender women about HIV. Empowered: Trans Women & HIV focuses on transgender women in relation to HIV risk, prevention and care.

  • The Centre for Sexual Health and HIV/Aids research (CeSHHAR) Zimbabwe

    The Africaid Zvandiri (‘As I am’) programme is a model of differentiated clinical service delivery for children and adolescents living with HIV in Zimbabwe. Since its inception, Zvandiri has evolved a unique model of integrated, community-based psychosocial support and health services and is now scaling up across Zimbabwe.

  • AmplifyChange

    AmplifyChange is a multi-donor, challenge fund which aims to empower young people, men and women to realise their sexual and reproductive health and rights. With 469 approved grants in 58 countries, AmplifyChange intends to tackle violence, abortion, stigma, youth and access.

  • Kenya Council of Imams and ULAMAA (KCUI)

    The Kenya Council of Imams and Ulamaa (KCIU) is a faith-based national network of Imams and scholars in Kenya. As part of the ‘Wezesha Wasichana Wetu – Empower Our Girls’ project, it trained and supports 28 Maalimats and 12 Imams to undertake anti- Female genital mutilation and cutting outreaches to 20,000 community members.


    The Czech AIDS Help Association was established in 1989 as a support organisation for people living with HIV (PLHIV).


    Iskorak is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation in Croatia that supports the needs of sexual and gender minorities and people living with HIV (PLHIV) through public advocacy, media, socio-cultural and health programmes.


    NAT is the UK’s HIV policy and campaigning charity. We provide fresh thinking, expertise and practical resources. Our vision is a world in which people living with HIV (PLHIV) are treated as equal citizens with respect, dignity and justice, are diagnosed early and receive the highest standards of care, and in which everyone knows how, and is able, to protect themselves and others from HIV infection.


    Dia+Logs is the largest HIV/AIDS NGO in Latvia, and has been implementing harm reduction services since 2002. It provides information about HIV/AIDS, the social environment and advocacy.

  • Stigma Action Network

    Using social media to raise awareness, promote dialogue, and inspire action to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination on a global level.

  • amfAR TREAT Asia

    Addressing critical gaps in HIV/AIDS research, care & treatment for infants, children & adolescents in 20 sites across six countries in Asia.

  • Global Forum on MSM and HIV, Speaking Out

    A global advocacy programme working with local partners to provide capacity-building resources desiged to empower men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender individuals.

  • The Community-led HIV/AIDS Prevention Project, Kenya

    Community-based intervention services in the Nyanza province of Kenya, which promote prevention of mother-to-child transmission.

  • Positive Action Southern Initiative

    Addressing gaps in services that support linkages to care and treatment adherence for individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the southern region of the U.S.

  • Real life clearinghouse

    AIDS Action Europe

    A network of HIV-related organisations working towards a unified, more effective response to the region's HIV epidemic in Europe & Central Asia.