About the Partners

AIDSTAR-One is a dynamic team of 11 partner organizations led by John Snow, Inc. (managing partner). Our partners bring together broad expertise in HIV programming, knowledge management, monitoring and evaluation, and research. AIDSTAR-One responds rapidly to emerging needs at the country level with on-demand technical assistance and strategic planning.

  • John Snow, Inc. (JSI) is a leader in improving the health of individuals and communities worldwide. JSI provides technical assistance to help nations respond to HIV with effective, sustainable programs.

  • Broad Reach Healthcare is a global company with extensive experience in HIV health care management, project planning, implementation, and evaluation.

  • Encompass, LLC is a woman-owned company with international experience in monitoring and evaluation, quality assurance, applied and behavior research, and use of data for program planning.

  • The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) has expertise in a number of areas that affect women's vulnerability to HIV and AIDS, including stigma, gender-based violence and asset security.

  • MAP International is a faith-based leader in community health development that mobilizes and equips religious organizations to engage in the response to HIV with knowledge and effective tools.

  • mothers2mothers is a South African, multinational NGO that provides education, support and mentoring for pregnant women and new mothers living with HIV.

  • Social and Scientific Systems, Inc. is an employee-owned company providing technical research, M& E support, and disseminating best practices and knowledge management.

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham is a leader in HIV prevention, care, and treatment.

  • The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood is an international coalition promoting increased public awareness for safe pregnancy and childbirth.

  • World Education provides non-formal, multisectoral training in HIV, income generation, literacy, education, maternal and child health, OVC and services for refugees.