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about HIV

South & East Africa
Women living with HIV
human rights

East Africa
HIV positive

sex worker



transgender person
living with HIV


among hiv-positive
sex workers


Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund

  • The Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) supports international networks that address the needs and human rights of inadequately served populations (ISP). These are key and other populations that face a higher HIV risk, mortality and/or morbidity when compared to the general population. At the same time they have less access to information and services. RCNF focusses on civil society networks because they are best capable of reaching the people who are most affected by the HIV epidemic.

News & publications

  • From Street to Government
    Harm Reduction Consortium three-year project EHRN and ENPUD, supported by RCNF funding through the Harm Reduction Consortium, have produced a short video documenting the project “From Street to Government”. This
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  • Zero Discrimination Day
    Today, March 1st 2017, the International Community of Women Living with HIV marks Zero Discrimination day with a commitment to speak up and make some noise against HIV related stigma
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  • Warm welcome to new ISC members
    The Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund is proud to welcome Prudence Mabele and Javier Hourcade Bellocq as new members of the RCNF International Steering Committee representing civil society. Within
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