Our services


We want to express our gratitude to our funders for providing AYMARA with seed funding and investing in our mission. A big thanks to all of them because they have enabled AYMARA’s take off and helped us move on to the phase of sustainable growth.

Our value proposition for service delivery includes an outcome based approach to ensure performance and efficiency.


We partner with research institutions and universities to conduct bespoke consultations to analyse the dynamics of Latin American communities, and study trends on issues, habits, culture, health and socioeconomic conditions. We expect our partners to provide sustainable solutions to ethnic minorities’ social problems not adequately addressed by the public and private sectors.

Consultations are part of our advocacy work. AYMARA’s collaborations with partners, researchers, policy makers, and the media help to advance the integration of ethnic minority groups and highlight their positive role in society.



The Foundation for Social Investment

The Reach Fund provides funding to social enterprises to help them raise social investment. Social Investment Business is one of the UK’s first social investors, specialised in helping organisations become more resilient and sustainable so that they are in the best place to grow and increase their impact


Social Impact Bond

The Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Zero HIV SIB is based in the South London boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham due to disproportionately high HIV prevalence. It operates across three settings: hospitals, GP surgeries and the community and is focused on bringing individuals with HIV into care

HIV Prevention England

Terrence Higgins Trust

Aymara is a partner of HIV Prevention England. HPE is the national HIV prevention programme for the United Kingdom, funded by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), responsible since April 2021 for UK wide public health protection and infectious disease capability, and replacing Public Health England

British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

Racially Minoritised SIG

Aymara is a member of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV. BASHH was formed in 2003 through the merger of the Medical Society for the Study of Venereal Diseases and the Association for Genitourinary Medicine, to promote the study and practice of sexually transmitted infections and HIV

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

Sexual Health

Aymara is a stakeholder organisation for NICE consultations on sexually transmitted infections. NICE’s role is to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services, through evidence based recommendations developed by independent committees and consulted on by stakeholders

Comic Relief

The Global Majority Fund

The fund seeks to support communities experiencing racial inequality and address structural racism experienced across intersecting issues such as health, work and living standards. The fund is designed to support capacity building of organisations to deliver projects that bring about lasting change

Lambeth Council

Sexual Health promotion and HIV prevention

Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham (LSL) have the highest rates of sexually transmitted infections, HIV and teenage conception rates in London and the UK. The LSL Sexual Health Strategy includes promotion and prevention, psychosexual health, HIV care and support and reduction of stigma

Gilead Sciences

Find your Four campaign

Find Your Four has been developed with the HIV community and is underpinned by research into the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV, to help them live well with their condition and think about important areas under four pillars: mind, body, everyday life, and information and support

London & Partners

Business Growth Programme

London & Partners is the Mayor of London’s official agency to support the Mayor’s priorities and promote London internationally. The accelerator programme, co-funded by the European Union, supports high growth businesses and startups, and helps London based businesses grow in the capital

AYMARA Social Enterprise is a mission driven business, and its theory of change is aligned with the United Nation’s sustainable development goals. AYMARA’s systems thinking and social innovation techniques integrate the UN SDGs directly into its business model. Think global, act local.

Health (SDG 3)

Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Settlement (SDG 11)

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

Education (SDG 4)

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

Work (SDG 8)

Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all

Empowerment & Influence (SDG 10)

Reduce inequality within and among countries

The Andean condor, mallku in Aymara, the largest flying bird on earth, is a symbol of wisdom and the expression of the spiritual harmony of indigenous communities in Latin America

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