National Task Force on AIDS Prevention (NTFAP)

NTFAP, founded in 1985, is a National Minority Organization dedicated to ending the HIV epidemic by advocating for and assisting in the development of HIV education and service programs by and for gay and bisexual men of color. Through advocacy, research, evaluation, and development of racially- and culturally-specific prevention models, NTFAP has acted as a resource for collective and community action across racial, ethnic, and cultural lines to foster creative responses, train trainers and develop culturally-appropriate materials that begin to address the identified gaps in prevention services. NTFAP’s overall goals have always focused on ensuring that local gay and bisexual men of color were explicitly targeted for HIV/STD prevention and mobilized to ensure prevention services.

Last modified: February 24, 2011