Our story began in 2003 with a primary focus on Men who have Sex with Men (MSM). This was a reaction to the regional partnership between Global Fund and PANCAP. The Global Fund:
Is a unique global public/private partnership dedicated to attracting and disbursing additional resources to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. It is active in the Caribbean and provides major funding to the Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV/AIDS (PANCAP) for the region’s response to HIV/AIDS.
Today GrenCHAP — is a non-governmental organisation working to promote Sexual Reproductive Health and Human Rights, with a focus on marginalised populations, such as LGBT and Sex Workers.
Over the years our work plan has received financial support from the likes of PEPFAR, the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Alliance, amfAR, and, at present the Open Society Fund.
Our vision Is a society where there is Tolerance, Respect and Dignity for all.
Our mission Is to empower marginalized populations, through rights based advocacy, and increase access to information and health care services.
Our goals are:
To conduct comprehensive research on marginalized populations in Grenada that would inform policies and programs by 2021.
To invest in strengthening the capacity and visibility of the organization, by maintaining growth, sustainability and accountability.
To foster an enabling environment where marginalized populations are free to access health and social services without fear of stigma or discrimination.