Projects & Initiatives


The Governance in Justice Programme (GOJUST II) is a collaborative effort between the Government of the Philippines and the European Union. This initiative aims to enhance inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development by improving access to justice and strengthening justice services. A specific focus of GOJUST II is to empower vulnerable and marginalized groups, including the LGBTQI community, by increasing their awareness of their rights, providing legal support, and advocating for policy reforms.

(Updated: October 18, 2023)

Free To Be Me

“Economic Exclusion to Inclusion” is a research and a socio-economic response project which was awarded by Yayasan Hivos for the Free To Be Me project to TLF Sexuality, Health, and Rights Educators Collective (TLF SHARE), a duly registered non-stock, non-profit organization. The grant was awarded for the conduct of a project that aims to gather baseline data on the LGBTQ economic situation in the country, and develop localized program on economic inclusion. The project will implement research activities, local consultation activities, and national level meetings.

(Updated: October 18, 2023)

EpIC Trans*Health

EpIC, or "Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control," is a global project dedicated to HIV that is funded by the United States Government and people. In 2022, TLF Sexuality, Health and Rights Educators Collective (TLF SHARE), a duly registered non-stock, non-profit organization, was awarded a grant to leapfrog past the country's obstacles that restrain the health care system, HIV program, and overall environment from being sufficiently sensistive to the needs of transgfender women. The grant shall implement activities to support the attainment and maintenance of HIV epidemic control among key populations, focused on transgender women residing or working in Quezon City, and City of San Jose del Monte in Bulacan, and in the provison of human resource support to Region 3 (Central Luzon) by delivering pilot local trans health programs with HIV prevention, care and treatment services.

(Updated: October 18, 2023)


TLF SHARE Collective proposed for the development of a Unified Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) platform with an HIV service delivery module. The platform will be built in a way that it can integrate with existing modules such as HIV Rights, PRC, and OHASIS of the DOH. The build of the platform will be informed by a comprehensive assessment and mapping of community capacity, needs and context,  and will be built with a roadmap that will provide a framework for its expansion. The project coordinates among development partners, NSAP, DOH, PNAC, UNAIDS, the PROTECTS project, and others to optimize and harmonize the strategies being employed by all players in achieving a unified CLM for the Philippines.

The project aims to achieve the following:

(Updated: October 18, 2023)


The Matching Fund for Human Rights (MFHR) ensures that key populations and people living with HIV have access to information and services, where one is assured of confidentiality, security, sensitive and quality services. Defining and establishing a "safe space", whether virtual, physical, and other elements, in the context of accessing HIV services, specifically for people who inject drugs (PWID) and young key populations (YKP) who are at risk of HIV, can be challenging as there are multiple issues attached to them. For example, PWID are in conflict with the law, and some YKP may not be of legal age, economically challenged, and are vulnerable to abuse and harassment.

(Updated: October 18, 2023)