The Board of the Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) is pleased to announce that Leo Casimir is the 2013 winner of the Juanita Altenberg Award Read more…
Appointment of The Honourable Dr. Carolyn Gomes
The Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors of the Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) Mrs. Dona Martinez-DaCosta and Dr. John Waters are pleased to announce the appointment of The Honourable Dr. Carolyn Gomes, OJ as Executive Director, Read more…
ARC's first newsletter
Please download a copy of ARC's first newsletter. These will be bimonthly editions.
The cost of Hate...How Homophobia Fuels HIV
In Jamaica, the arbitrary attack and discrimination of men who have sex with men (MSM), gays and transgenders, fuels the spread of HIV.View video…
STAND UP with Jamaica: Courage is Contagious
The first ever international social media campaign for LGBTQ rights in Jamaica, the most homophobic country in the western hemisphere.Read more…
Needed: Executive Director Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition
This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with exceptional vision and leadership, community engagement and project and financial management skills. The successful individual will have a track-record of building coalitions and movements, and substantial experience in the field of HIV and AIDS, and human rights-based development and social justice. Read more…
Caribbean Civil Society Promising Practices Series
Showcasing projects and programmes supported by the CVC/COIN Vulnerabilised Groups Project and aiming to strengthen rights-based responses to HIV in the populations most vulnerable to HIV. Read more…
We are Jamaicans
We Are Jamaicans is funded with the kind support of the Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) through its Global Fund Vulnerablised Project. View video
We Are Jamaicans is funded with the kind support of the Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) through its Global Fund Vulnerablised Project.
The SEX Fx Project
It is important to continue to increase sexual and emotional intelligence amongst young people. Let us break taboos & silence surrounding sex. Let us believe in our work and mission, to empower marginalized communities with knowledge, skills, and attitudes that makes them more informed, more autonomous, more in control of their bodies, more knowledgeable of risks and protective factors, more advocates for themselves and their communities, more activism, more understanding of the many gender expressions, the diversity of sexual identities, that every human being on this rock have inalienable human rights.
Coalition project between CARe (Community Action Resource), YMCATT (Young Men Christian Association of Trinidad & Tobago), CVCC (Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition)