General goals

  1. To contribute to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV or other genital transmission diseases from a comprehensive health perspective, in compliance with a gender and a human rights approach.
  2. To influence  political institutions to improve the quality of life of PLHIV.
  3. To promote the proper exercise of rights of PLHIV and other affected populations.
  4. To promote social inclusion of people that are vulnerable to HIV/AIDS.
  5. To reduce stigma and discrimination against PLHIV/AIDS.
  6. To promote access to information, prevention, treatment and co-infections (viral hepatitis, tuberculosis and others).
  7. To contribute to improve adherence to treatments for HIV, co-infections, concomitants and other infections of genital transmission.
  8. To eliminate barriers to access to medicines for HIV, generated by intellectual property (IP) and other exclusive rights.


Specific goals

  1. To influence public debate about intellectual property (IP) from a human rights perspective.
  2. To promote the improvement of public policies that prevent or mitigate the negative effects of IP over access to medicines.
  3. To promote prevention of vertical transmission (during pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding) of HIV, co-infections, concomitants and other infections of genital transmission.
  4. To promote the sexual and reproductive health of PLHIV/AIDS.
  5. To promote access to testing, and sexual and reproductive health, especially through activities focused on:
  • Educational environments
  • Working environments
  • Sexual diversity
  • Highly vulnerable people such as: homeless, prostitutes, poor people, drug users and prisoners
  • People with different capacities
  1. To promote the creation of regulations and legislative reforms related to HIV, co-infections, concomitants and other infections of genital transmission.
  2. To articulate with governmental and non-governmental organizations, networks of PLHIV/AIDS and international organizations to support the strengthening of other organizations, groups and networks related to these fundamental goals.
  3. To promote self-employment and the development of other productive activities among  highly vulnerable people.
  4. To contribute to improve the commitment of mass media on spreading and promoting  prevention public policies and to promote the edition of magazine, flyers, newspapers and other publications on the above mentioned subjects.
  5. To mediate negotiations to obtain quality and front line medicines.
  6. To agglutinate legal, private or public, national or foreign people and entities, whose activities are related to the above mentioned subjects.
  7. To increase public awareness about the need to guarantee sustainability of medicines for HIV provision programs.

All the above mentioned activities are non-profit.