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An online community for connecting people


    AIDSspace is an online community for connecting people, sharing knowledge and providing services for the 33.4 million people living with HIV and the millions engaged in the AIDS response.

    AIDSspace aims to expand informal and established networks to include more people interested in HIV and help everyone engaged maximize resources for a stronger AIDS response. The premise behind AIDSspace is simple: If hundreds of millions of people can connect on some of the most popular social networking sites (e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter, YouTube) to chat, share content, and keep on top of what’s happening, so can the AIDS and development communities.

    The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) is the founding partner of AIDSspace.

    Through AIDSspace you can:

    • Meet and connect with other members to learn from their work, exchange ideas and discover new networks.

    • Post and share key policies, case studies, best practices, multimedia materials, conference posters, reports and other essential resources.

    • Find and post jobs, consultancies, requests for proposals, and reviews on service providers.

    AIDSspace is free to use. All you need is an email address.

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