Lessons from the Washington AIDS Partnership: How to Take Big Risks and Move Quickly to Drive Change

By Sarah Hashmall and Channing Wickham

The Washington AIDS Partnership was founded in 1988 with the support of the Ford Foundation and 20 DC-area foundations with the mission of ending the HIV epidemic in the Greater Washington region.

The organization concluded its work in the first quarter of 2024 and published a report, Changing the Course of an Epidemic, that shares valuable lessons about how organizations can move quickly and take big risks to drive change.

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