Definitions of an Alliance Linking Organisation (LO), and the difference between an LO that has passed the new LO assessment and one which is accredited.
An Alliance Linking Organisation is a national organisation which is part of, and supported by, the Alliance as a whole. Linking Organisations have a clear national perspective in their country and they strengthen community organisations.
Alliance Linking Organisations are entitled to a wide range of benefits, designed to keep them up-to-date with the latest in programming, policy and fundraising.
They benefit from best practice and shared expertise of Alliance Linking Organisations worldwide, and have a chance to network with like-minded professionals who all share one aim – to end AIDS.
Accredited Linking Organisation
An accredited Linking Organisation has demonstrated strong governance and organisational management. Its HIV programming is good practice programming - effective, targeted and human rights-based.
Incoming Linking Organisation working towards accreditation
A Linking Organisation that is working towards accreditation has ititiated the accreditation process. If after two years the organisation has not achieved accreditation, the Linking Organisation status will be reviewed.
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