What’s at Stake

Even before COVID-19, global HIV prevention goals were unacceptably off-target. Now, without immediate, aggressive action, we risk a harmful escalation in new HIV infections, negative impacts on the lives of people living with HIV, and squandering the substantive resources that have been dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS for the past four decades.

Our Response

GAPP advocates for the most evidence-based, effective, and well-funded U.S. global HIV response. In addition, we work to ensure that the legacy of U.S. leadership in the fight against HIV and AIDS is understood and maintained.

How We Work

GAPP works closely with its members and with U.S. leadership to ensure robust financing, strengthen policy, improve service delivery, facilitate an enabling environment, and build on the HIV/AIDS systems and infrastructure built over the past four decades.

Call to action

Since it was established two decades ago, PEPFAR has consistently contributed about 1/5 of the global resources to fight HIV/AIDS. However, it has been flat funded for decades. To meet global targets, we must increase investments in PEPFAR.

Latest News


    As part of our ongoing Member Spotlight series, we are highlighting GAPP Co-Chair, Katie Coester, Associate Director, Public Policy and Advocacy at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF). EGPAF was a founding member of GAPP over a decade ago and has witnessed first-hand the progress that the coalition has been able to achieve. As Katie…

  • GAPP Statement on the FY24 State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Bill GAPP  

    The 2024 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs (SFOPS) appropriations bill includes flat funding for the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief at $4.395 billion, and $1.65 billion for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. In an extremely challenging funding environment, this was not entirely unexpected. However, it does create further challenges…

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