Our Governance

PATRON

Michael D. Higgins

HIV IRELAND DIRECTORS

The Directors of Dublin AIDS Alliance LTD trading as HIV Ireland

Bernard Condon SC: Chairperson a highly experienced Senior Counsel specialising in criminal law, bringing a wealth of legal and policy expertise to the board of HIV Ireland.

Gerard Kennedy: Company Secretary, a qualified barrister with significant experience in executive roles in HR and personnel with several leading Irish companies.

Tim Lee: Treasurer a qualified accountant with Deloitte (Ireland), bringing an expert level of business acumen, ensuring the organisation implements best financial practice.

Jeanne McDonagh a highly successful communications expert with experience working in legal, commercial, NGO and public sectors, bringing a track record of impactful communications and advocacy work to the board,

Professor Patrick Mallon a consultant in Infectious Diseases at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin. Prof. Mallon’s technical knowledge ensures HIV Ireland remains informed of cutting-edge research and best practice in HIV work.

Claire Power Special Advisor to the President of Ireland. Claire has vast experience working in politics at senior level and provides expert advice on HIV Ireland’s policy and advocacy work.

Fergal O’Sullivan – an experienced CEO providing the board with expertise in fundraising and business development, bringing significant experience in Governance and compliance in the NGO sector.

Dublin AIDS Alliance Ltd trading as HIV Ireland is a company limited by guarantee without a share capital, Company no. 206162, Registration no. 8206162S & Charity no. CHY 10858

AUDITED ACCOUNTS

Please click on the links below to view our annual accounts

HIV Ireland Audited Accounts 2017

HIV Ireland Audited Accounts 2016

HIV Ireland Audited Accounts 2015

DAA Audited Accounts 2014

DAA Audited Accounts 2013

DAA Audited Accounts 2012

DAA Audited Accounts 2011

Quality Action: Improving HIV Prevention in Europe

HIV Ireland (formerly Dublin AIDS Alliance) participated in this European-wide initiative in 2014, attending six days training and piloting the application of the Quality Action ‘Succeed tool to assess and improve the quality of one of our HIV prevention projects. The initiative was organised by the Department of Health, in collaboration with the Education and Prevention sub-committee of the National AIDS Strategy Committee.