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MSMGF Turns 10 in 2016: SAVE THE DATE and Help Us Celebrate!

MSMGF (The Global Forum on MSM & HIV) was founded in 2006 at the International AIDS Conference in Toronto by activists from around the world concerned about the silence surrounding HIV among men who have sex with men, including gay and bisexual men. MSMGF was born out of an urgent need to act.

Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks Submits Advocacy Brief to Global Fund Board Regarding Strategic Plan 2017-2022

The Global Fund Board held its 34th Board Meeting 17 November 2015. This meeting included formative discussions on the new Global Fund Strategic Plan 2017-2022. The Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks* (The Consortium) was disappointed by the draft Strategy under consideration, which lacked boldness and specificity regarding key populations. The Consortium submitted its recommendations to the GF board members yesterday.

MSMGF Mourns the Death of Joel Gustave Nana

Joel was a founding Co-Chair of the MSMGF’s International Steering Committee. In this capacity Joel helped pave a clear path for the success of our organization, which in 2006 was the only global network of advocates who shared a common concern about the sexual health and rights of men who have sex with men. The early to mid-2000s was a period of shameful neglect and silence in the HIV sector concerning socially marginalized populations. At the time, Joel was one of the few advocates who was willing to unapologetically speak truth to power.

ITPC, ARASA, and Partners Launch 'Know Your Viral Load' Campaign

The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) and 11 national partners from across Africa are pleased to announce the launch of their new campaign: ‘Be Healthy – Know your viral load’. The campaign calls on African governments to make viral load tests routinely available to all citizens living with HIV.

ITPC's Advocacy for Community Treatment (ACT) Toolkit

The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC)AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) and 11 national partners from across Africa are pleased to announce the launch of their new campaign: ‘Be Healthy – Know your viral load’. The campaign calls on African governments to make viral load tests routinely available to all citizens living with HIV.

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