What's New in Capacity Building

Since 2008, the AIDSTAR-Two Project has been working to increase the knowledge base of HIV programming for key populations - also known as most-at-risk populations - to ensure that this knowledge is applied in the field.  Evidence points to a rising swell of the epidemic among key populations in many parts of the world, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.  To learn more about the methods AIDSTAR-Two used to improve organizational capacity and strengthen service delivery in organizations working with key populations, click here.

To learn more about AIDSTAR-Two's work with Key Populations in Central Asia, please read two of AIDSTAR-Two's featured Capacity Developer Guides on Human Resources Management and Business Planning for Health.  

To learn more about AIDSTAR-Two's work with Key Populations in Eastern Europe, please read about the Eastern Europe Package of Services developed for Men who have Sex with Men.

To learn more about AIDSTAR-Two's work with Key Populations in the Middle East and North Africa, click here.


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AIDSTAR-Two's database of organizational capacity building tools provides program planners and implementers a broad array of ways to advance their programs, institutions, and networks working on HIV/AIDS around the world. Each month, we will feature a tool/resource and invite you to adapt it to your local context. In the weeks to follow, we will open a discussion forum to share information on the featured tools/resources and invite you to join us in this dialogue to positively impact HIV/AIDS outcomes.



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What AIDSTAR-Two Can Do For You

AIDSTAR-Two delivers capacity-building programs designed to meet the needs of a wide range of organizations working in the area of HIV/AIDS. We collaborate with local nongovernmental and civil society organizations, service delivery networks, public sector institutions and Global Fund bodies.

To learn more, click here to read the AIDSTAR-Two Fact Sheet.

How We Can Help

This website is implemented by Management Sciences for Health. This Project is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development under contract number GHH-I-00-07-00068-00 Task Order No. 01 and the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

The information provided on this web site is not official U.S. Government information and does not represent the views or positions of the U.S. Agency for International Development or the U.S. Government.