Advocacy

By documenting local realities and ensuring those not able to tell their stories are heard, Key Correspondents play an invaluable part in advocating for the right to health.

The Key Correspondents Programme is supported by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, a global partnership of organisations working to empower communities to respond to HIV.

A number of multi-country programmes being run by the Alliance incorporate the work of Key Correspondents as a way to advocate for political and social change. The latest programmes are shown here.

Current projects

KCs & Community Action on Harm Reduction

Community Action on Harm Reduction is an ambitious project that aims to expand harm reduction services to more than 180,000 people who use drugs
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KCs & Link Up

Link Up aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of more than one million young people in Asia and Africa.
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Past projects

KCs & maternal health

KCs have increased community and civil society understanding of the connection between HIV and the death of women during childbirth
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KCs & the Global Fund

KCs interviewed communities in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean on the work of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
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