Since Positive Action launched, it has supported a broad range of global organisations and communities and impacted thousands of people living with HIV. Today, we are offering a glimpse into the experience of employees, people living with HIV, community organisations and others who have played key roles in Positive Action’s activities over the past 30 years.
Positive Action Coordinator (1996-2000)
"I think Positive Action has had a huge impact on the global AIDS response."
US External Affairs, Positive Action
"The Positive Action Southern Initiative was born to help organisations expand and enhance their programs that link people into care."
Director of Programmes and Technical at Positive Action
"Positive Action is really about placing the person living with HIV at the heart of everything that we do."
Executive Director of the MTV Staying Alive Foundation
"They [Positive Action] understand and recognise what a grantee is bringing to the table, what their skill set is, and how Positive Action adds value to that."
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