SEROvie was founded in 1999 to establish an HIV/AIDS prevention and support program for sexual minorities. The organization aims to improve social, economic and cultural conditions for sexually diverse communities by raising HIV/AIDS awareness, providing psychosocial support, advocating for an end to discrimination and increasing the financial independence of LGBT youth through vocational training programs.
Advancing the Human Rights Agenda of the Haitian LGBT Community
To support sexually diverse communities and people living with HIV/AIDS—demographics whose already marginalized statuses were exacerbated by the 2010 earthquake—in vocational training for youth, documentation of human rights abuses and national advocacy.
|Project Grant Amount||$100,000|
|Total Grants Received||$133,723|
|Population Served||People with HIV/AIDS, Religious/Ethnic Minorities, Workers, Youth|