HIV/AIDS related international organizations

AIDS Action Europe

AIDS Action Europe was established in 2004 and has grown to be one of the largest HIV-related networks in the region. Our network reaches beyond the borders of the European Union and covers all 53 countries in Europe and Central Asia. Members of our network comprise a diversity of about 300 NGOs, national networks, AIDS service organisations, activists and community based groups of people living with HIV.

European AIDS Treatment Group

EATG is an NGO that defends interests of people living with HIV. The EATG’s mission is to achieve the fastest possible access to state of the art medical products, devices and diagnostic tests that prevent or treat HIV infection, and to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS in Europe.

HIV Europe

HIV Europe is a network of organisations demonstrably committed to the principle of the Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV and AIDS in the development of public policy and the delivery of services.

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