In order to unify the Arabic efforts aiming at fighting AIDS, which expansion has been increasing in the region, and due to the importance of the role that the civil society and civil associations play in this field, in addition to the need of finding a context for sharing experiences and expertise and promoting the human and material capabilities of the Arabic Networks that have the unique target of fighting this epidemic’s expansion.
The Regional Arab Network Against AIDS (RANAA) has been established, and is formed of a number of National Networks in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The work of this Network is organized by a charter determining its targets and activities. These by-laws constitute the Network’s main constitution. To read the full Ranaa constitution, please download from the links below the version that suits you.