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HIV organisations and campaigns

HIV organisations, campaigns and support groups

There have been huge strides in HIV treatment, most recently PrEP has arrived, and the Fast Track Cites movement aims to end new HIV infections and stop preventable HIV deaths by 2030. Nevertheless, there is a way to go, particularly in ending discrimination and stigma associated with HIV.

Organisations today are as vital as they are eclectic in what they do; to name a few:

  • Food Chain delivers meals and groceries to people living with HIV
  • International HIV Partnerships (IHP) supports, builds and implements visionary advances towards sexual health, mental health and social wellbeing
  • UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB) is a peer-led network which aims to empower people living with HIV
  • HIV i-Base provides timely and up-to-date information about HIV treatment to HIV-positive people and health care professionals.
    HIV Interaction Checker is a truly invaluable tool with free, comprehensive and user-friendly drug interaction charts
  • National AIDS Trust is the UK's HIV rights charity working to stop HIV from standing in the way of health, dignity and equality
  • Fast Track Cities London aims to get to zero new HIV infections, zero preventable deaths and zero stigma by 2030, making sure everyone with HIV is living well.

And there are many others, large and small, funded, peer-led, and voluntary - providing support for those newly diagnosed, a better understanding of HIV treatments, community groups and meet-ups to connect people living with HIV, and the history and legacy of HIV and AIDS wrought many decades.

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