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Individuals claiming to work for "ICAD Kenya" have allegedly been attempting to raise funds in Kenya. They have also used Facebook to create an appearance of being affiliated with us. ICAD has no offices anywhere in developing countries, nor do we raise funds from individuals or NGOs in any developing country.

Please advise us if you see any suspicious or fraudulent fundraising activities being conducted under our name:

Introducing ICAD and its Consortium's New IAYI Interns

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Through Global Affairs Canada's International Aboriginal Youth Internship (IAYI) Initiative, ICAD, the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network (CAAN)  and its Consortium Partners (University of Saskatchewan, CAP/AIDS Network, ARCHES, and Native Youth Sexual Health Network) are pleased to welcome a fabulous group of interns and to wish them happy and successful internships! We hope you will join us in following the adventures of this wonderful group of Indigenous youth through Youth Voices: Global Solidarity Building.


Last Updated on Monday, 21 March 2016 18:59

NEW WEBINAR HIV IN CANADA: Surveillance Reports & Estimates to December 2014

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Join us for this webinar where we will present an overview of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Canada to the end of 2014. We will present an the most recent estimates for HIV incidence, prevalence and proportion undiagnosed in Canada to the end of 2014 as well as highlights from the HIV and AIDS in Canada: Surveillance Report to December 31, 2014.

This presentation will briefly describe the methods used to estimate HIV infections in Canada, and will also provide population-specific breakdowns, including overview of HIV estimates by different variables, including by sex, race/ethnicity, exposure category and province/territory. The presentation will also include estimates of the number of people living with HIV in Canada who are unaware of their status.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 March 2016 15:33

Canadian Consultation: High-Level Meeting Survey

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From 8-10 June 2016, representatives of UN Member States will convene at a High-Level Meeting (HLM) on HIV and AIDS in New York to undertake a comprehensive review of the progress achieved in realizing the 2001 Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS and the 2006 and 2011 Political Declarations on HIV/AIDS. The 2016 HLM will adopt an outcome declaration to guide and monitor the HIV response beyond 2015, towards achieving the commitment to end HIV as a public health threat by 2030.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 March 2016 14:56

Webinar: The U.N. High-Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS: The who, what, when, why and how…

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This year on June 8-10, governments from all over the world will meet at the United Nations in New York to discuss the future of HIV and AIDS. The U.N. High-Level Meeting (HLM) will result in a Political Declaration affirming commitment to the global response to HIV and AIDS.  Ideally, this Declaration will set bold new targets for HIV treatment, prevention, human rights, and investment.

Is there a role for community and civil society in setting this agenda towards 2030? Where and how can we contribute to the dialogue?

Join us for an online dialogue on

The U.N. High-Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS:
The who, what, when, why and how...

Join us on March 10, 2016
10:30am  - 11:30am EST
RSVP by 5:00pm March 9, 2016
RSVP link:

*Open to participants in Canada only

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 Canadian Consultation: High-Level Meeting Survey

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 March 2016 03:42

Deadline Extended - RFP: Consultant - Lessons Learned Resource on the Use of Social Media/Mobile Technology in HIV Prevention, Treatment Care and Support

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A. Background
ICAD is a coalition of over 100 Canadian organizations and individuals that provides leadership in the response of Canadian international development organizations and Canadian HIV/AIDS organizations to reduce the impact of the HIV and AIDS epidemic at home and abroad. Founded in 1989, the Coalition is made up of Canadian AIDS service organizations (ASOs), international development non-governmental organizations (INGOs), faith-based organizations (FBOs), trade unions, educational institutions, academics, researchers and consultants from across the country.

ICAD helps Canadians contribute to the international HIV/AIDS response and ensures that the lessons learned from efforts at the global level are utilized by Canadian organizations to improve prevention, treatment, care and support work in Canada.

Through funding support provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Coalition is interested in producing a bilingual resource(s) to promote knowledge building and knowledge sharing within and across ICAD membership and the broader public. The focus of the resource will be to showcase valuable and practical lessons learned on the use of social media and mobile technology in the effective prevention, treatment, care and support of HIV and HIV-related confection's across diverse settings and population groups in Canada and abroad.  The anticipated launch date for the lessons learned resource is December 2016.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 February 2016 03:52

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