Quality of Life
To engage, inform and empower all people living with and affected by HIV in improving their health-related quality of life and holistic well-being throughout their lives.
This programme prioritises working towards the integration of services, including sexual and mental health services, and challenging stigma and discrimination as well as other barriers to services.
To inform, engage, and empower all persons at risk of acquiring HIV and associated infections to increase access to and usage of HIV, viral hepatitis, TB, and STI combination prevention and testing strategies in affected communities
This programme prioritises promoting a full range of testing/diagnostic options, biomedical prevention, and harm reduction, in the context of welcoming, non-stigmatising, and effective community-driven or community-based services.
Partners in Science
To engage, inform and empower all people living with and affected by HIV in ensuring that ongoing research continues to yield best quality new diagnostics, medicines, medical devices, care, as well as progress towards cure relative to HIV, viral hepatitis, TB, emerging infectious diseases, co-morbidities and STI.
This programme will focus on the research and development of new treatment and biomedical prevention methods for people living with HIV, at risk of HIV, and affected by conditions related to HIV. It will also concentrate on research standards, ethics and equitable access to research.
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