COPAAP - Empowering communities against AIDS
Community Partnerships Against AIDS Programme
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How can you support COPAAP?

Contribute: COPAAP welcomes financial gifts to further our goals. Contributions are used for activities such as mass voluntary counseling and testing for HIV and to support indigenous village HIV & AIDS control solidarity funds. These funds are the backbone of a sustainable community strategy to fight HIV & AIDS, enabling the community to manage village AIDS control centers, motivate community AIDS workers and provide lifelong anti-retroviral treatment (ART) for the indigent members of the community. (One month of ART in Cameroon costs a patient US$6 after subsidization by the Government of Cameroon and The Global Fund.)

Donate materials: COPAAP accepts donations of medicine, equipment, and other necessities which can further the growth and goals of COPAAP.

Partner: We welcome partnerships on projects with academic institutions, corporations, government organizations, NGOs, community-based organizations and individuals.

Volunteer: We welcome volunteers in the area of medicine, research, counseling and IT from all over the world to further the goals of COPAAP.

Please contact us to find out more.

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How are COPAAP activities funded?

  • Donations of equipment and financial gifts
  • Sponsorships by government, academic institutions, NGOs corporations and individuals
  • Service fees from training workshops, seminars and educational materials
  • Annual fundraising efforts
  • Fees from intensive courses for non-Cameroonian health professionals entering the field of HIV & AIDS


COPAAP's current supporting partners include:

  • Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO)
  • The British High Commission of Cameroon
  • Dordrecht-Bamenda Foundation
  • Care Cameroon
  • US-Cameroon Health Program (in cooperation with the University of Missouri, Kansas City)
  • World Bank and Global Health Fund (through the Government of Cameroon)
  • Dutch Church of 7 Austin Friars, London
  • Lions Club International
  • Heifer International
  • Provincial Technical Group (PTG) Northwest Province of Cameroon
  • Local communities in Cameroon
  • private donors
British Council Cameroon

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Voluntary Services Overseas