If we don't talk about
HIV/AIDS in our
community, who will?
Vision/Mission/Role
Vision Mission Roles
ACCHO envisions for African, Caribbean and Black communities in Ontario, an environment that is supportive of those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, and free of new HIV transmissions. ACCHO provides leadership in the response to HIV/AIDS in African, Caribbean and Black communities.

The role of ACCHO is to:

  1. Coordinate and support Strategy implementation, revision/renewal, monitoring and evaluation.
  2. Advise and advocate on HIV/AIDS-related issues affecting African, Caribbean and Black communities.
  3. Promote greater and meaningful involvement of African, Caribbean and Black people living with HIV/AIDS in the response.
  4. Engage African, Caribbean and Black communities in the response to HIV/AIDS.
  5. Ensure and maintain the relevance, effectiveness and impact of ACCHO.