Our Partners

We align ourselves with the interests of groups, organisations and movements of people whose human rights (in particular, the right to health) are unjustly limited or denied and strengethen our impact by accompanying, partnering and linking with networks and organisations.

PV has been able to ramp up its profile through support of partner activities, particularly in the advocacy and influencing space. Increasing attendance, including giving presentations at international and national conferences and events has helped keep programme staff as well as our linming organisations and communities we support abreast of current issues in the broader Key Population and HIV sectors.

Our supporters have been able to start building a relevant and responsive evidence base that is beginning to be showcased on digital platforms, something that will continue through future grants, and an increasing focus on knowledge generation and dissemination in other programmes. This sort of activity provides important opportunities to meet other agencies and organisations working at different levels, giving insight into their work and enabling connections to strengthen implementation but also identify potential donors to support partners and PV’s work.

We work with:

  • Civil-society movements and grass-roots community organisations that strive to see change within their country or region;
  • Key Population organisations working directly with LGBT+ People, People Living With HIV, Adolescent Girls & Young Women and Sex Workers;
  • In partnership with Linking Organisations that are our colleagues under the International HIV&AIDS Alliance;
  • And none if this work could happen without our Donor Organisations.

Our Partners

African Men for Sexual Health and Rights (AMSHeR)

African Sex Worker Alliance (ASWA)

Aids Legal Network

Alliance Burundaise Contre le SIDA (ABS)

Alliance Nationale Contre le SIDA (ANCS)

Alliance Nationale contre le Sida (ANS-CI)

Associação Iris

BIO (formally Youth Movement for Change)

Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS (BONELA)

Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP)

Coalition of African Lesbians (CAL)

Community Health Advocacy Initiative

Community Health and Education Services and Advocacy (CHESA)

Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Namibia

Ditshwanelo (Botswana Centre for Human Rights)

Engender Rights Centre for Justice

Free Gender Khayelitsha

Gay & Lesbian Network

Gays and Lesbians of Rustenburg (GLOR)

Gender Dynamix

Health and Rights Initiative (HRI)

Health Empowerment Rights (HER)

House of Empowerment and Awareness in Tanzania (HEAT)

Human Science Research Council (HSRC)

Iranti-org

Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO)
LEGABIBO

Legal Assistance Centre

LGBTI-Seychelles

Lifeline/Childline

LITE Malawi

M&C Saatchi

Malawi Network of Religious Leaders Living with HIV/AIDS (MANERELA+)

Malawi Sex Workers Alliance (MASWA)

Mpower Community Trust (MPCT)

Namibia Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS)

Networking HIV/AIDS Community of South Africa (NACOSA)

Northern Youth Network (NYN)

OutRight Namibia (ORN)

People’s Matrix

Queer Youth Uganda (QYU)

Rainbow Identity Association (RIA)

Rights for All Movement (RAM)

Rights Not Rescue Trust

Rock of Hope

Rural Out Namibia

Sauti Youth Foundation (SYF)

Sisonke

Social, Health and Empowerment Collective (SHE)

Southern Africa Trans Forum (SATF)

Southern African AIDS Information and Dissemination Service (SAfAIDS)

Stay Awake Network Activities (SANA)

Tanzania Council for Social Development (TACOSODE)

Tanzania Trans Initiative (TTI)

TIAMON

Tonata PLHA Network

Trans Wellness Project

Transgender and Intersex Africa (TIA)

Tulinam

Voice of Hope Trust

Wings to Transcend

Women’s Leadership Centre (WLC)

Young Feminst Movement (YFM)

Young Women Initiative Group (YWIG)

Zanzibar Youth Empowerment Association (ZAYEA)

Zonwabele