Health GAP could not do this work alone. In our work to mobilize grassroots demand for investment in the global HIV response and access to affordable medicines, we regularly collaborate with other grassroots groups comprised of people living with HIV, youth, LGBTI people, people who use drugs and others affected by HIV. Key allies in this work include ACT UP New York, ACT UP Philly, Housing Works, Treatment Action Group, and VOCAL-NY. Health GAP also houses the youth-led Student Global AIDS Campaign and works closely with other student groups around the country, including the American Medical Students Association, Universities Allied for Essential Medicines, and Partners in Health Engage.
In our efforts to advance effective policy solutions to the global AIDS crisis in the halls of power in Washington, D.C., Health GAP collaborates with key AIDS and global health organizations based in the U.S.. Central allies in this work include amfAR, AVAC, Infectious Diseases Society of America, RESULTS, Friends of the Global Fight, AIDS United, Public Citizen, the Global Forum on MSM, and RESULTS.
In our effort to advance health justice and ensure accountability for an effective HIV response in key countries in the Global South, Health GAP has formal partnerships with civil society in Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Key partners are listed by country below:
Ishtar, Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Program, the Kenya Key Populations Consortium, Reach Out Centre Trust, Muslim Education and Welfare Association, Nairobi Outreach Services Trust (NOSET), Health Options for Young Men on STI,HIV, STI; Kenya Sex Workers Alliance
Center for the Development of People (CEDEP), Malawi Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (MANET+), The Malawi Network of AIDS Service Organisations (MANASO)
Lambda, The Associação Moçambicana para Desenvolvimento da Família (AMODEFA)
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), SECTION27
The International Community of Women living with HIV Eastern Africa (ICWEA), Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), Center for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD), Uganda Network of AIDS Service Organisations (UNASO)
The Treatment Advocacy and Literacy Campaign (TALC)
Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), Advocacy Core Team, Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust
Health GAP also works globally in coalition with other international/regional groups, including International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), Coalition PLUS, Salud por Derecho, Médecins Sans Frontières(MSF), Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN), International Civil Society Support (ICSS), the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and others.