As a not-for-proft organisation, projects are a key way of organising and fnancing our work. A project has a beginning, middle and end, and is usually supported by one or more donor.

Activities include:

-  Generating policy and practical solutions for health rights fulflment, through the design, delivery and documentation of effective projects, services and interventions which address the challenges of marginalised and vulnerable groups (and ultimately all citizens)

 -  Building the capacity of, and/or partnering with, other CSOs to implement these projects – by working together, sub-granting, coaching, training and offering technical assistance

-  Movement building; open up spaces for marginalised voices to speak for themselves and be heard

-  Building and supporting state capacity to address the health rights of vulnerable groups (advisory/technical assistance role)
-  Advocating for change through all of the means above, and via campaigns and strategic litigation


The Core Strategic Populations we have selected are:

-  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Intersex (LGBTI) people
-  Sex Workers (SW)
-  People Living with HIV (PLHIV)
-  Children
-  Prisoners
-  Mine workers
-  People with Disabilities (PWD)

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