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BCA currently gets its financial support from PEPFAR through Academy of Educational Development (AED) and various development partners that support Botswana's national response to HIV and AIDS.

The following are BBCA’s Main Partners





A non-profit organization working globally to improve education, health, civil society and economic development—the foundation mof thriving societies. In collaboration with local and national partners, AED fosters sustainable results through practical, comprehensive approaches to social and economic challenges. AED implements more than 250 programs serving people in all 50 U.S. states and more than 150 countries. AED support to BBCA is made possible through funding from USAID.





A Business Association of Employers representing employers in all sectors of the Botswana economy in an advocacy capacity. The organisation was formed in 1971 and registered under the Trade Unions and Employers’ Act No. 23 of 1983. Over the years, BOCCIM has been the vanguard and main voice of the private sector in Botswana.



National AIDS Coordinating Agency (NACA)

Formed in 1999 by a cabinet directive under the Office of the President, the National AIDS Coordinating Agency (NACA) is charged with coordinating and facilitating the nation's response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.




World University Service of Canada (WUSC)

Active in Botswana since 1980, WUSC has established strong partnerships with government ministries, civil society organizations, and individuals. WUSC has a solid understanding of the complexities of working in the country and focuses its work in the following sector; education and health, sustainable livelihoods and governance.



The following are BBCA's Collaborators


ACHAP (The African Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnerships)

BOTUSA (Botswana-USA Partnership)

ILO (International Labor Organization)

MTI (Ministry of Trade & Industry)

GBC (Gaborone Broadcasting Corporation)

UNAIDS/UNDP (United Nations United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS / United Nations Development Programme)

WHO (World Health Organization)

GTZ (through BOTA)

Civil Society: BONASO (Botswana Network of AIDS Services Organizations), BONEPWA ( Botswana Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS), BONELA (Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS), etc.



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