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The Student Global AIDS Campaign has numerous formal and informal partnerships with organizations around the country. For information on our partnership around the world, check out our International Partnerships page.

ACT UP Philadelphia (The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)
ACT UP Philadelphia for 17 years has united people living with HIV/AIDS and others committed to ending the AIDS crisis.”, phone: 215-731-1844, email: actupp at


Advocates for Youth
Advocates for Youth is dedicated to creating programs and advocating for policies that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Advocates provides information, training, and strategic assistance to youth-serving organizations, policy makers, youth activists, and the media in the United States and the developing world.

American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
“We are health professional students dedicated to creating a national network focused on advocating for the fight against the global AIDS pandemic. We have representatives at a growing number of medical, public health, and nursing schools around the country all working to coordinate efforts to have the strongest voice possible.”

Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA)
“The Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) is a diverse, exciting new coalition of people living with HIV/AIDS, their advocates and their loved ones.”

Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP)
The Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project is a national initiative building a powerful community-based movement bridging HIV/AIDS, human rights, and struggles for social and economic justice.”

Friends of the Global Fight
“Friends of the Global Fight encourage public leadership to support the global fight, particularly the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and Malaria.”

Global AIDS Alliance
“The Global AIDS Alliance is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC. We are dedicated to a collaborative, aggressive Campaign to Stop Global AIDS. Our mission is to hasten an end to the global AIDS crisis through mobilizing enhanced awareness, increased funding, and improved policies.”

Global Campaign for Microbicides
“The Global Campaign for Microbicides is a broad-based, international effort to build support among policymakers, opinion leaders, and the general public for increased investment into microbicides and other user-controlled prevention methods. Through advocacy, policy analysis, and social science research, the Campaign works to accelerate product development, facilitate widespread access and use, and protect the needs and interests of users, especially women.”


Health GAP (Global Access Project)
“We are an organization of U.S.-based AIDS and human rights activists, people living with HIV/AIDS, public health experts, fair trade advocates and concerned individuals who campaign against policies of neglect and avarice that deny treatment to millions and fuel the spread of HIV. We are dedicated to eliminating barriers to global access to affordable life-sustaining medicines for people living with HIV/AIDS as key to a comprehensive strategy to confront and ultimately stop the AIDS pandemic. We believe that the human right to life and to health must prevail over the pharmaceutical industry’s excessive profits and expanding patent rights.”


Hope’s Voice
“Hope’s Voice is a group comprised of talented and diverse young adults, all living with HIV/AIDS. At Hope’s Voice we believe in one crucial message: HIV/AIDS does not discriminate. As our speakers prove, the disease shows no preference towards race, sex, sexuality,demographic or economic status.”


Physicians for Human Rights and Partners in Health–Health Action AIDS Campaign!
“The Health Action AIDS Campaign is a project of Physicians for Human Rights with Partners In Health to engage the US health professional community in the international advocacy and education effort to stop the AIDS pandemic.”


Students Partnership Worldwide
SPW works in rural communities in South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Nepal and India, and offers international volunteers aged 18-28 the opportunity to work for 6-9 months alongside our national volunteers – young Africans and Asians working to improve the health of their own countries. All programs include 4-6 weeks comprehensive training in language, rural development theory, monitoring & evaluation techniques and program-specific information. SPW provides full pre-departure and in-country support.

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