ABDGN D.R.E.A.M- Developing and Resourcing Effective Alliances for Migrants

2016 marks the 10 year anniversary for ABDGN. 10 years of building partnerships, advocating for our communities, and strengthening our global voice to inspire action on addressing vulnerabilities to HIV for diaspora and migrant key populations. This year we ask you to support our D.R.E.A.M to sustain and build a growing migrant and diaspora civil society that will lead to fewer new HIV infections, increased key populations on treatment, and improved services and supports that will enhance the health and human rights available to our communities.

Your contribution strengthens our Global Voice

ABDGN is the only global civil society network highlighting existing and emerging HIV/AIDS epidemics amongst African and Black migrant and Diaspora populations around the world. As we continue to see a disturbing trend of grassroots HIV/AIDS civil society organizations unable to survive due to funding shortfalls, we do not want this global voice for our communities to be silenced.

Your donations will support both core operational and programmatic costs that allow ABDGN to continue its work building partnerships at the national and regional level, disseminating information and resources globally, advocating for health and human rights for our communities, and providing opportunities for African and Black people living with HIV to contribute to our vision of ending HIV/AIDS epidemics in our communities around the world.

2016 African Black Diaspora Global Network Financial support for this initiative was made available by Core Funding - 2013153 from the Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks by the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund