ASAP – AIDS Strategy, Advocacy and Policy – is a small company working with associates around the world who share a clear commitment: to end AIDS and to end poverty.
ASAP supports organisations and projects, initiatives and programmes that deliver a real difference to real people’s lives. We’re committed to being part of a better response to AIDS, to women’s health and to global health more broadly.
Our approach is simple. We’re interested in what works.
Some of us in ASAP live with HIV, others have had our lives radically affected by it. All of us are passionate about ending the AIDS crisis.
Our approach is through our worldwide network of associates: in Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States. These women and men are our global team. They have a broad and deep understanding of AIDS, global health, development. They bring decades of experience as advocates, technical and service providers and communications specialists.
Our associates offer on-the-ground expertise in strategic thinking, advocacy, policy development, project management, international health and aid architecture, web-based organizing, civil society mobilisation and donor engagement.
All share our commitment to ending AIDS and other devastating and stigmatized diseases, as well as fighting poverty as part of an overall social justice movement.
We’re able to mobilize new teams fast to respond to priority projects. Our focus is always on effective, efficient outcomes, delivered on time, on budget. We have no time for lengthy documents and toolkits produced without demonstrable practical need.
ASAP was established in 2010. Our clients so far include: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; UN Women; UNAIDS; NAM UK; Treatment Action Campaign; mothers2mothers; the Wellcome Trust; UK NGO AIDS Consortium and PMNCH, the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.
ASAP believes in actions beyond words. We know this epidemic from the inside. And we believe that we can play an important role in partnership we can play an important role in partnership with others.