The EFAIDS Programme is run by the following three partner organisations:

Education International (EI)

Education International is the voice of education workers worldwide . With its headquarters in Brussels, EI is the federation of organisations representing over 30 million teachers and other education workers, through 384 member organisations in 169 countries and territories.
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The World Health Organization (WHO)

The World Health Organization (WHO) takes the lead within the UN system in the global health sector response to HIV/AIDS. Within the WHO, the division of school health is responsible for the joint coordination of the EFAIDS Programme.
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The Education Development Center (EDC)

Based in the US, the Education Development Center is an international, non-profit organisation with more than 335 projects dedicated to enhancing learning, promoting health, and fostering a deeper understanding of the world. The EDC division on Health and Human Development Global Programmes works together with EI on the EFAIDS Programme.
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