About CVC

Caribbean Vulnerable Communities (CVC) is a coalition of community leaders and non-governmental agencies providing services directly to and on behalf of Caribbean populations who are especially vulnerable to HIV infection or often forgotten in access to treatment and healthcare programmes.

These groups include men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs, orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV, migrant populations, ex-prisoners, and youth in especially difficult circumstances.

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Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC): Building On What Works Posted Aug 07, 2014

Building on What Works: Replicating Model Programming and Advocacy Interventions and Deepening Caribbean Community System Strengthening  The Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) is calling for

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Request for Proposal Posted Aug 07, 2014

1: Purpose Caribbean Vulnerable Communities seeks to develop a private database driven web application (herein referred to as “The Application”) to capture and report business

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Human Rights should define the “End of AIDS” Posted May 07, 2014

The UNAIDS-Lancet Commission was established in May 2013, bringing together heads of state, policy makers, people living with HIV, development experts, young people and private

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US Embassy honours LGBT activist as International Woman of Courage Posted Mar 13, 2014

The U.S Embassy in Georgetown on Wednesday evening honored human rights and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender activist Zenita Nicholson as its International Woman of

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Opportunity For Those Working With Vulnerable Groups Affected By TB Posted Jan 31, 2014

Proposals for the sixth round of Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) grants are due by 15 February 2014. The CFCS supports civil society organizations

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