Our Supporters

Our Supporters

The work and accomplishments of the Pacific AIDS Network would not be possible without the generous contributions of our funders, sponsors and partners.

Notably, we wish to acknowledge:

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The CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS
Thank you to the CIHR Centre for REACH in HIV/AIDS (REACH) and the CIHR CBR Collaborative (A Program of REACH) for their partnership and funding for our Community Based Research Program. 

 

 

Merck Frosst
Merck Fmerck frosstrosst has provided generous financial support for trainings associated with the Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) here in BC.  Merck has been providing key financial support for the PLDI since our inaugural Core PHA Leadership training took place in September 2009.  Five training events later, thanks to Merck Frosst for their vital assistance in helping to bring the leadership training to persons living with HIV/AIDS in this province!

 

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Thank you to ViiV Healthcare for supporting PAN’s Positive Leadership Development Institute in several capacities, such as the Trainer-in-Training Programs and the Alumni Initiative.

 

 

 

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Thanks to RBC Foundation for their generous financial contributions to the Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) in 2011 and 2012.

 

 

The Vancouver FoundationVFlogo
Thank you to the Vancouver Foundation for providing PAN with support for two initiatives:

  1. Province-Wide Service Provide Education Initiative: This project will provide initial and ongoing educational support to service providers across BC, supporting them to address the complexities around the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure, ensuring that their information, both legal and medical, is current and accurate.
  2. Health and Medical Education/Research grant for our Speaking My Truth: The Canadian HIV Stigma Index Community Based Research project. This BC arm of a national project, led by people living with HIV, will gather locally-relevant information on HIV stigma, build capacity in communities, and use the results to inform programs, services and policies.

Thank you to our government funders:

Canadian Institutes for Health Research

Status of Women Canada

The Public Health Agency of Canada – AIDS Community Action Program

The Public Health Agency of Canada – Hepatitis C Prevention, Support and Research Program

The Provincial Health Services Authority

We greatly appreciate the vision of our government funders and their ongoing commitment to supporting the work of the Network.