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The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) 2020 Annual Report. The annual report captures the performance and achievements of GNP+ and our partnership in 2020.

Read our impact report here.

The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) 2019 Annual Report. The annual report captures the performance and achievements of GNP+ and our partnership in 2019.

In 2015, all our problems were solved. Extreme poverty was eradicated, the environment saved, and some say we got gender equality — all of this in a context where universal access to HIV treatment was achieved in 2010!

People living with HIV always knew the Millennium Targets , those sacred vows by the member states of the United Nations, would not change the order of things. Yet instead of making the necessary paradigm shifts we engaged in a long process to formulate the Sustainable Development Goals. In the HIV response this meant adding more numbers — first we had 3 by 5, then we were Getting to Zero, and now it is 90-90-90.

At GNP+ we have not added new numbers. We still work to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV. We continue to advocate for universal access to quality HIV care and treatment for those who want and need it. Where numbers are concerned we believe, “universal” means “everyone”, not “everyone except the unpopular or unwanted”.

The magazine you are reading now — our annual report for 2015 — reflects the key initiatives we embarked, driven by our mission. This is our story. It relates how we support the engagement of young people and key populations living with HIV in decision making processes and reaffirmed their basic rights as human beings. It recounts how we fight to ensure the Global Fund work for all of us, and how we support the capacity of people living with HIV to do policy and programme analysis, do research on their own situation, and influence HIV responses.

Numbers may sometimes be useful, but in the end our work is about human beings. Ending the AIDS epidemic and ensuring the wellbeing of all affected must consist a broader, more holistic view that embraces differences. We want to show you how our movement — the movement of people living with living — has evolved to embrace diversity. We hope you enjoy our magazine and will join us to make sure the human rights of people living with HIV are protected in every corner of the world.

  In 2012 GNP+ began the implementation of the recommendations of the Strategic Plan 2011 – 2015. GNP+ prioritises its work according to three guiding pillars:

  • Global Advocacy,
  • Knowledge Management
  • Community Strengthening and Development

The key focus of GNP+’s work is to make the evidence gathered in recent years through various research tools more visible and accessible for use in advocacy by PLHIV and others, and to secure an increased commitment towards community strengthening and development. GNP+ created a detailed 2013 Work Plan, describing 25 projects under four platforms of work, the three platforms above and a fourth of Organisational Strengthening, Management and Improvement. The 2013 Annual Report follows the same structure

Positive News is the public version of our Annual Report of 2012.

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Also available as PDF download

GNP+ is proud of its achievements and progress over the last few years. To ensure maximum transparency and accountability, GNP+ publishes its Annual Reports after they have been audited and approved by an external auditor.

The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) has been at the forefront of the HIV response since 1986. GNP+ aims to continue to play an active role in guaranteeing the meaningful involvement and quality of life of people living with HIV (PLHIV) by transforming itself in order to meet the ever-growing needs and challenges of the HIV response. Informed by the vision to be a powerful, united worldwide social movement of PLHIV, with their leadership and voice at the core of the HIV pandemic, GNP+  recognises the need to evolve with the times to remain current and cutting-edge.

This comprehensive Strategic Review explored key questions in three areas, focusing on the role, work, and governance of GNP+. While the new Strategic Plan 2011–2105 builds on the achievements of the past, it is also grounded in the realities facing PLHIV today and incorporates recommendations from GNP+’s Strategic Review. From the Strategic Review, GNP+ has identified the continued needs of PLHIV, opportunities and challenges for GNP+, and key priority areas for moving forward.

The Strategic Plan At A Glance is available in online version and in print version. For the print version, please print double sided, and fold through the middle twice.

The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) has been at the forefront of the HIV response since 1986. GNP+ aims to continue to play an active role in guaranteeing the meaningful involvement and quality of life of people living with HIV (PLHIV) by transforming itself in order to meet the ever-growing needs and challenges of the HIV response. Informed by the vision to be a powerful, united worldwide social movement of PLHIV, with their leadership and voice at the core of the HIV pandemic, GNP+  recognises the need to evolve with the times to remain current and cutting-edge.

This comprehensive Strategic Review explored key questions in three areas, focusing on the role, work, and governance of GNP+. While the new Strategic Plan 2011–2105 builds on the achievements of the past, it is also grounded in the realities facing PLHIV today and incorporates recommendations from GNP+’s Strategic Review. From the Strategic Review, GNP+ has identified the continued needs of PLHIV, opportunities and challenges for GNP+, and key priority areas for moving forward.

The Strategic Plan is available in 5 languages.

In June-August 2010, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) undertook a comprehensive Strategic Review – to inform a new Strategic Plan for 2011-15 and guide the organisation within the changing environment for HIV and global health. The Review was approved by the International Board of GNP+, managed by a Strategic Review Working Group and implemented by an independent consultant. It focused on three areas – the role, work and governance of GNP+ – and explored key questions (such as how GNP+ could make a more effective contribution to the global response to HIV). The Review looked backwards (reflecting on GNP+’s strengths and weaknesses in 2006-10) and forwards (identifying strategic issues and options for the future).  Its remit was the competencies and strategies of the International Secretariat of GNP+ (not the wider PLHIV movement or regional networks, nor serving as an evaluation of GNP+’s programmatic and advocacy work).

In this summary you will find a short overview about the methodology, context and the results of the Review. The Summary is available in 5 languages. The full report is available in English only, and can be found here.

In June-August 2010, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) undertook a comprehensive Strategic Review – to inform a new Strategic Plan for 2011-15 and guide the organisation within the changing environment for HIV and global health. The  Review was approved by the International Board of GNP+, managed by a Strategic Review Working Group and implemented by an independent consultant. It focused on three areas – the role, work and governance of GNP+ – and explored key questions  (such as how GNP+ could make a more effective contribution to the global response to HIV). The Review looked backwards (reflecting on GNP+’s strengths and weaknesses in 2006-10) and forwards (identifying strategic issues and options for the future).

The full review is available in English only. A summary is available in 5 languages here.

GNP+ is proud of its achievements and progress over the last few years. To ensure maximum transparency and accountability, GNP+ publishes its Annual Reports after they have been audited and approved by an external auditor.

GNP+ is proud of its achievements and progress over the last few years. To ensure maximum transparency and accountability, GNP+ publishes its Annual Reports after they have been audited and approved by an external auditor.