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  • Working with a range of implementing partners, Alliance India has made considerable and continuous contributions to achieving the national goals for the HIV response in India supporting civil society organisations to deliver high quality, community-based HIV programmes across a diverse range of settings and populations with a particular focus on the most vulnerable and marginalised communities.

    Technical support and capacity building remain key elements of our work, and we strengthen civil society to respond more effectively to the epidemic.

    We are committed to supporting gender equity and achieving human rights protection for people living with HIV and other marginalised groups, including advocating for a supportive legal and policy environment. Our programmes help to build the evidence base for carrying forward our policy and advocacy work.
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