NGO for AIDS in India, HIV/AIDS Non Profit Campaign in India | End AIDS India
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End AIDS India

EAI is a national campaign by four trusted Indian not for profit NGOs that work collectively to accelerate the response to the HIV epidemic to secure a healthier future for India.

AIDS in India

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21 LAKH INDIANS

are living with HIV, the 3rd largest in the world.
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80,000+ NEW INFECTIONS

were reported in 2016.
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Only 49% of children and adults

living with HIV are on ART, treatment for HIV.
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ONLY 38% OF PREGNANT MOTHERS

living with HIV received treatment.
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EVERY 2 OUT OF 3 CHILDREN

living with HIV are not on treatment.
*  Source: UNAIDS Report (2016,2017)

How are we making a difference?

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prevent

Preventing and reducing transmission of HIV through targeted programming, education and awareness initiatives facilitating reduction of new cases.
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care

Educating people living with HIV and improving access to vital healthcare and treatment services improving their overall wellbeing.
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empower

Empowering vulnerable and affected communities by building vocational skills, supporting access to education, enabling income generation opportunities and linking them to social welfare schemes hence providing a non-discriminatory, stigma-free & enabling environment.

Your support can change lives

And it starts with people like you. End AIDS India is a collaborative campaign proudly undertaken by four non-governmental, non-profit organisations in India that are members of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.

Support a mother

Ensure access to vital healthcare and support to pregnant mothers with HIV and protect the new-borns helping create an AIDS-free generation

EMPOWER A FAMILY

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Empower and provide livelihood & skill building supports to youth and other affected key populations living with HIV and their family

care for a child

empower-a-life

Support access to healthcare, nutrition and education for children living with HIV giving them a brighter & healthier future

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