|Predecessor||International Alliance Supporting Community Action on AIDS|
|Purpose||Supporting community action on HIV, health and rights to end AIDS|
Frontline AIDS (formerly known as the International HIV/AIDS Alliance (IHAA) until 2019) is a global partnership of nationally based governmental and non-governmental organizations which support community organizations which promote HIV/AIDS issues in developing countries. The Alliance was created in November 1993 as the International Alliance Supporting Community Action on AIDS, and later renamed the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. In 2019, they rebranded themselves as Frontline AIDS. The Alliance's founding Executive Director, from 1993 to 2003, was Jeffrey O'Malley. From 2003 until 2015, the Alliance was led by Alvaro Bermejo. The current Executive Director is Christine Stegling.
- Action for Global Health
- India HIV/AIDS Alliance
- List of non-governmental organizations in China
- Seth Berkley
- Source (International Information Support Centre)
- Starfish Greathearts Foundation
- Samuels & McPherson 2010, pp. 468–485.
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- Journals and magazines
- Samuels, Fiona; McPherson, Sam (2010). "Meeting the Challenge of Proving Impact in Andhra Pradesh, India". Journal of Development Effectiveness. Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge (Taylor & Francis. 2 (4): 468–485. doi:10.1080/19439342.2010.518461. OCLC 276274552.
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