STOPAIDS is a membership network of 70 organisations with a distinguished thirty year history of engagement on international development and HIV and AIDS. It was established in 1986 as a network which was previously called UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development and the Stop AIDS Campaign.
STOPAIDS believes that the only way to fight HIV and AIDS is together. STOPAIDS bring UK civil society together, standing united, to advocate for UK leadership in the global response to HIV and AIDS.
STOPAIDS directly engages at the global level through influencing key institutions including UNAIDS, the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and UNITAID. STOPAIDS also works with or sits on the board of strategic partners including peer networks and organisations that focus on global health, development, human rights and/or other key diseases or co-infections.
Vision: A world in which people living with and affected by HIV are at the centre of a fully financed response which protects, respects and fulfils human rights, where all people with HIV are healthy and safe, and where all people without HIV remain HIV-free.
Mission: To encourage, initiate and support strong UK leadership on the global response to HIV and AIDS across UK Government and civil society, and other relevant actors.See more