Equipping communities to monitor and advocate for improved HIV and health services is an effective strategy to increase the accountability of decision-makers in national governments, health service agencies, and global health funders. In too many contexts, people living with and affected by HIV are low in the priority of decision-makers. By using high-quality data, communities can more effectively bring local knowledge and insights to improve the services they need.

Our Team

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Matthew M. Kavanagh Director (On Leave)

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Ngozi Erondu Senior Scholar

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Alana Sharp Senior Associate


This project supports the Ritshidze project in South Africa — a collaboration with the Treatment Action Campaign, PLHIV sector of South Africa, Health GAP, and amfAR to implement community-led monitoring.

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