Expanding our Donor and Funding Relationships.

There is little if any growth in global HIV funding for key population civil society networks and organizations. Despite the necessary role civil society plays in the design, delivery, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS responses, many civil society networks are struggling to survive.

2016 is the 10 year anniversary of ABDGN and we too must find strategies to ensure our voice, our vision, and our impact on the global HIV sector for migrant and Diaspora populations is sustained and provides opportunities for growth.

ABDGN is committed to expanding our donor and funding relationships with a cross section of stakeholders from individual community donors, corporate sponsors, private foundations, research funding bodies, and multilateral government donors.

ABDGN has an ambitious strategic plan that has numerous opportunities for donor support for core or programmatic activities that will have real outcomes and impact for our communities. Interested in learning more about specific ABDGN funding priorities and where your support could go? Get in touch with ABDGN!

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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