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About Us

Who we are


Ghana HIV and AIDS Network (GHANET) is the leading civil society organization (CSO) in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Ghana. With a membership of than 250 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) GHANET has presence in every nook and cranny across the 16 regions of Ghana.

GHANET serves on the Governing Board of the Ghana AIDS Commission (which is under the Office of the President of the Republic of Ghana) and it is also represented at the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM).

At the national level GHANET leads in advocacy campaigns and analysis of public policies on HIV and AIDS. Through its collaboration with GAC the Network has contributed towards the preparation of National Strategic Plans (NSPs) on HIV and AIDS and other policy documents.

By way of strategy implementation of projects under GHANET are carried out by the constituent members at the community level rather than at the national. This way, the Network is able to rapidly deploy its members to implement projects on time. Transparency and accountability are core values of the Network. And it is also committed to working in partnership with other CSOs.

The Network traces its beginnings to May 1996 when it was established to rally together NGOs, Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) that had started public campaigns on HIV and AIDS as part of the national response. It is duly registered under the Companies Code, 1963 (Act 179) and also with other relevant state regulatory agencies.


Working towards HIV& AIDS-Free Society


To be the lead CSO working in partnership with international and local collaborators to end HIV & AIDS and other emerging viral pandemics in Ghana.


We depend on local contributions from members, GoG, Development Partners and donor agencies


  • To provide the platform for the rapid deployment of HIV&AIDS services at the community level by involving all stakeholders at the community level in support of the national response
  • To build the capacity of member and non-member NGOs, CBOs and stakeholders to increase their competence in the implementation of the National HIV& AIDS response
  • To engage donors, government and stakeholders in the mobilization of resources towards the national response
  • To monitor and evaluate activities of CSOs at the community level to ensure effective implementation of the national HIV & AIDS response
  • To create and maintain linkages and partnerships with National, Regional and International Networks in support of the national response