Welcome to ARASA
The AIDS and Rights Alliance for southern Africa (ARASA) was established in 2002 as a regional partnership of civil society organisations working in 18 countries in Southern and East Africa. Between 2019 and 2021, the partnership is working to promote respect for and the protection of the rights to bodily autonomy and integrity for all in order to reduce inequality, especially gender inequality by promoting health, dignity and wellbeing in southern and east Africa.
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- End of BAI programme EvaluationTerms of Reference Title Consultancy Purpose End of Programme Evaluation Location Ten AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa (ARASA) BAI… Continue reading End of BAI programme Evaluation
- Grants Coordinator- Love AllianceEstablished in 2003, the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) is a regional partnership of over 100 non-governmental… Continue reading Grants Coordinator- Love Alliance
- ARASA Internal Finance ControllerARASA Internal Finance Controller Vacancy: Internal Finance Controller Established in 2003, the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) is… Continue reading ARASA Internal Finance Controller
- Consultancy: mapping of budget advocacy gaps among AGYW organisation partners and develop a toolkitConsultancy: mapping of budget advocacy gaps among AGYW organisation partners and develop a toolkit GENERAL INFORMATION Services/Work Description: Regional Consultant… Continue reading Consultancy: mapping of budget advocacy gaps among AGYW organisation partners and develop a toolkit
ARASA conducts its work in a multi-dimensional, multi-level and multi-directional operational approach under two programme areas, namely (i) capacity strengthening; and (ii) advocacy, both of which utilise the diversity of the ARASA partnership to build and strengthen the capacity of civil society for advocacy and have regional and national components. We also work to elevate the experiences of our partners to influence international health policy and to advise global political, health and financing institutions.