The Ontario Organizational Development Program (OODP) was established in 1995. It was a response to AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) calling on the provincial government to offer them long-term organizational development resources to ensure they could meet their missions and serve communities effectively.
The work of OODP begins with and is overseen by the Program Administrator. Consults are provided by organizational development experts with experience in the HIV sector.
They bring rich and diverse lived experience and identities, and include people living with HIV/AIDS.
At the heart of OODP’s work is our commitment to offer organizational development support to ASOs and HIV-funded programs as they strive to meet their missions. Our approach is grounded in racial equity and social justice. We are also committed to Reconciliation with Indigenous communities. We offer support to ASOs and HIV-funded programs to operate effectively, meet community needs and actively eradicate the profound service and structural barriers that must be broken down if we want to see a meaningful decline in HIV and AIDS in Ontario.
Socially just systems.
A powerful HIV sector.
Through a social justice lens, we provide organizational development services and resources to strengthen the capacity of the HIV sector in Ontario to build healthier, equitable communities.
Our thanks to our funder, the AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
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