El amor es más fuerte que el odio.
Our efforts with engagement of the LGBT community in Cuba began in 1995 through the efforts of Alberto Montano who, with the help of Father Fernando de la Vega, established a support group for HIV AIDS patients at Nuestra Senora Iglesia Monserrate in Central Habana in 1995. The Cuba AIDS Project supported the efforts of Father Fernando until his death in 2011. Cuba AIDS Project continues to work with the people of Cuba in regards to prevention, education and treatment of HIV AIDS in Cuba in compliance with USA laws, rules and regulations. Cuba AIDS Project has expanded its efforts to additionally support the Cuban people by being inclusively understanding the scenarios and status of the social, health, employment, food, lodging, economic issues of the LGBT population in Cuba and offering potential solutions.
Cuba AIDS Project is both a humanitarian effort regarding HIV/AIDS in Cuba and a support of the LGBT people of Cuba.Cuba AIDS Project is incorporated as a New Jersey non-profit corporation in good standing (New Jersey corporate ID number: 0400037124) and is a federally approved 501 c3 not-for-profit corporation by the US Internal Revenue Service (Federal EIN: 31-1827272... Cuba AIDS Project's next IRS Form 990-N E-postcard is due after June 30, 2015).
United Nations Statement on LGBT discrimination