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AVERT: AIDS & HIV Education and Research Trust

AVERT is an international AIDS charity based in the U.K that provides information on HIV and AIDS education, prevention, testing, and treatment. The website is continually updated to include the most up-to-date information. It also has resources for professionals who want to know more about the global status of HIV and AIDS.

Lawyer’s Collective

The Lawyer’s Collective provides free legal services, conducts advocacy and policy research on legal and human rights issues, and develops publications, documentation and trainings through their HIV and AIDS Unit and Women’s Rights Division. The New Delhi, India-based organisation produces a variety of public education material on the rights of HIV-positive people and conducts public education campaigns to raise awareness on various issues relating to HIV and AIDS, same-sex relationships, domestic violence, and stigma and discrimination related to these issues.

Naz Foundation

The Naz Foundation Trust’s mission is to raise awareness to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS and provide support to those affected by it, with sensitivity and confidentiality. Naz Foundtion Trust works with men who have sex with men, truckers, women and children. It runs the only care home for HIV-positive women and children in New Delhi. Its work involves prevention strategies, care and support, research, and advocacy. Issues around advocacy include collaborating with several NGOs in India calling for the repeal of anti-sodomy laws.

The Body: A Complete HIV and AIDS Resource

This US-base site provides information and education about HIV prevention and AIDS treatment and care around the world. This site has information for the layperson as well as for professionals looking for the latest information on HIV and AIDS, on policy and advocacy related issues, events and conferences. It has sections with topics like: what to do if you’ve just been diagnosed, information about medication side effects, HIV testing 101, “Living Well with HIV” and more.

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