The One Dollar Initiative (ODI) is a Private Sector-led health innovative financing mechanism aimed at inspiring Private Sector organizations and Individuals to collectively engage and contribute towards ending HIV&AIDS scourge and associated health challenges in Uganda by 2030. The initiative is coordinated and housed by the Federation of Uganda Employers [FUE] on behalf of the private sector alliance against HIV/AIDS and Health in Uganda, under patronage of the International Labour Organization. Leveraging on the Corporate Sustainability (CS) approach, ODI envisions contributions of not less than an equivalent of one dollar donations from Corporate Bodies, Business Associations, individuals, ,NGOs, Embassies and Foundations. Through the One Dollar Initiative, a private sector partnership mechanism has been established to identify, mobilize and organize resources; in-kind and financial, aimed at providing meaningful and sustainable contributions to the HIV/AIDS response in Uganda. Under the initiative, ODI aims at making available technology, learning services, supplies and networks through the private sector to spur and leverage resources for existing HIV and AIDS efforts in the country.