Here at APAA (Africans in Partnership Against Aids), we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 1993, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see.
Africans in Partnership Against AIDS is a volunteer-driven, charitable AIDS Service Organization serving African communities in Toronto. APAA provides unique HIV/AIDS
Education and support in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner to African peoples. We believe that a supportive environment is essential to the well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS as well as their partners, family and friends.
Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. APAA (Africans in Partnership Against Aids) emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support the community, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. Established in 2000, we’re an organization driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support. Contact us to learn more and get involved.
To create a stable organization and community response to the impact of HIV/AIDS through capacity development, partnership, growth and community development and involvement.
We believe in GIPA principle – greater Involvement of People living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in the response to HIV/AIDS treat HIV positive people with dignity and respect commitment to affect and effect change within the African community shared responsibilities and team spirit.
We value on client centered services where confidential, responsive, caring, respectful and non-judgmental services are delivered promoting an active role of clients and communities in planning and implementing their services.
We view HIV/AIDS as more than a medical condition and acknowledge and respond to its social and economic impacts.Respect for diverse cultural traditions and service needs value informed choices on our care and prevention efforts programs are inclusive of the African Diaspora and its diversity accountability, responsibility, and obligation to the people we serve. Respects the rights of all people of different sexual orientation.