Many acronyms are used in the HIV response, but none with more potential for creating positive change than GIPA – the greater involvement of people living with HIV. Translating principles into practice, and making them work within your organisation and programmes, can be challenging but needs to be at the centre of responses to HIV.
The guide offers support for translating the GIPA principle into practice at the programme level. It provides background information and practical strategies to help programme officers meaningfully involve people living with HIV in new and existing programmes.
Available in English, French and Spanish.
The GIPA Tree from the Good Practice Guide can also be downloaded separately below.