International AIDS Society HQ
Ave. Louis Casaï 71
PO Box 28
CH – 1216 Cointrin
Tel: +41-(0)22-7 100 800
Fax: +41-(0)22-7 100 899
The International AIDS Society is the world’s leading independent association of HIV professionals.
IAS connects’. By convening the world’s foremost international conferences on HIV and AIDS and specialized meetings, and provides critical platforms for presenting new research, promoting dialogue and building consensus to advance the global fight against HIV.
Sicap Sacre Coeur II – Villa No. 8608F
B.P 16-425 – Dakar- Fann
 824 59 20  865 26 07
The Society for Women and AIDS in Africa (SWAA) International is a pioneering pan-African, non-profit, non-governmental women’s organization. The founders of SWAA believed that African women would ultimately be a major target of the HIV and AIDS epidemic. In fact, as a result of gender inequality, poverty, and difficult social and cultural environments, women and children have become the most affected and central target of the epidemic in Africa.
NAP+ Central Secretariat,
P. O. Box 9389 – 00200, Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel: 254 20 273 4677, Fax: 254 20 273 6418
NAP+ is a pan African network of African peoples living with HIV and AIDS. The Network of African People Living with HIV and AIDS (NAP+) was founded in 1994 with the aim to improve the quality of life of African people; men ,women and children living with HIV and AIDS.
AFRICAN COUNCIL OF AIDS SERVICE ORGANISATIONS
Regional Secretariat: 9513, Sacre-Coeur 3 – Bp 28366 Dakar-Medina
Tel:  33 867 35 33- Fax:  33 867 35 34
Established in 1991, The African Council of AIDS Service Organizations (AfriCASO) is a network of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Groups of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) and other African HIV/AIDS community groups.
AfriCASO is nonprofit organization affiliated with the International council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO).