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STEP-UP: Skills Training to Empower Patients

Project aims: The STEP-UP programme is a five-module, yearlong training academy developed and delivered by the EATG. It has been designed to provide HIV education and personal development training to people who have an aspiration to become more active within the HIV community in Europe and Central Asia. The aim is to help nurture the delivery of projects and activities across Europe, which will amplify the patient voice and motivate policy makers and governments to ensure HIV remains high on the agenda.

Project leader: EATG

Main partners: n/a

EATG participation: Initiative independently developed by EATG

Duration: Started 2013, ongoing

Main funding source/programme: Gilead Sciences, ViiV Healthcare

Budget: 254 624 EUR


EATG contact person(s): Kristjan Jachnowitsch (office) at