Decolonizing HIV funding: Unlocking equitable resources for community-led organizations
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HIV funding, like philanthropy and development assistance more broadly, is rooted in histories of colonialism that perpetuate racism and put decision-making power in the hands of those who have benefited most from colonialism and capitalism. The status quo of funding prevents communities from breaking out of short-term, project-based strategies for leading the HIV response. This workshop will explore methods to unlock equitable funding for community-led organizations through concrete changes to private, public and multilateral funding. The session seeks to build on a global, community-led call for a paradigm shift in the way funds are distributed and received.
14:30
120 min
Workshop
Funders Concerned About AIDS, Germany
UHAI EASHRI, Uganda
The Global Fund, Switzerland
Stephen Lewis Foundation, Montenegro
Maasai Women Development Organization (MWEDO), Tanzania, the United Republic of
UHAI EASHRI, Kenya