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The GMT Initiative (formerly the MSM Initiative) provides financial and technical support to community organizations working to reduce the spread and impact of HIV among gay men, other men who have sex with men, and transgender individuals (collectively, GMT) in low- and middle-income countries.
New report provides first ever comprehensive analysis of financing and implementation of HIV programs for gay men, other men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender individuals in Southern Africa.
amfAR Grantees from around the world discuss the importance of the GMT Initiative.
In a short video, Dr. Chris Beyrer talks about amfAR's GMT Initiative and its impact on the fight against HIV/AIDS in the developing world.
The GMT Initiative’s new guide offers general tips on fundraising, from networking to proposal writing, and includes templates to help organizations and activists get started. The toolkit is available in three languages.
The TLF-SHARE Collective has been able to establish effective, nationally recognized programs among MSM and transgender populations to advance human rights and HIV prevention, care, and support.
A worldwide web: GMT Initiative Award recipients are all over the map, from Mongolia to Chile to Serbia to Cameroon.
A new round of grants will support frontline groups working to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS on GMT.
Mentorships strengthen organizational skills and often result in partnerships that long outlive the grant period.
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