The Global Treatment Access Group (GTAG) is a working group of Canadian civil society organizations sharing information and undertaking joint activities aimed at improving access to essential medicines and other aspects of prevention and care, treatment and support for people living with HIV and AIDS in developing countries.
GTAG is committed to the following objectives:
- Promoting international and domestic laws, policies and regulations that make access to health goods and services possible;
- Securing adequate resources to provide treatment and to develop health infrastructures to support treatment; and
- Educating and mobilizing Canadian individuals and organizations to advocate for access to treatment as a matter of human rights.
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