The End AIDS India campaign is touching and improving thousands of lives with the help of people like you. Together we are proud to support the vision of an AIDS-free India. The campaign raises funding to PREVENT the spread of HIV, extend access to CARE by ensuring availability of health services for people living with HIV and EMPOWER those vulnerable and affected by the epidemic to live with dignity in an environment without stigma and discrimination. In order to end AIDS, we need to make progress not just in providing access to health services but also across a wide spectrum of rights. Hosted by India HIV/AIDS Alliance, the End AIDS India campaign raises funds to combat the spread and persistence of HIV in our country through interventions implemented by the campaign’s four NGO partners. The campaign will contribute to efforts to end AIDS in India by 2030. To achieve this goal, we must: Raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and the stigma faced by vulnerable communities and people living with HIV. Provide care, support and treatment for people living with HIV.
With your support, we can end AIDS. Your donation will help India achieve three goals:
More than 67,000 people lost their lives from AIDS-related illness across the country in 2015. This is more than just a number. It’s a significant loss to society. Access to treatment can end AIDS-related deaths.
An estimated 86,000 Indians were diagnosed with HIV in 2015, including over 10,000 children under 15. India has the third largest population of people living with HIV in the world. We aim to put an end to new HIV infections by increasing awareness about the spread of HIV and the basics of HIV prevention.
People living with HIV are often cut off from their families and left to fend for themselves, simply because they are HIV positive and stigma associated with HIV in our society. We envision an India where people living with HIV and those vulnerable to infection are able to lead healthy, stigma-free lives.
"India has made amazing progress in turning around the HIV/AIDS epidemic over the last decade. By sustaining the same level of commitment, I believe the country can end AIDS by 2030."Read More
India's HIV/AIDS epidemic is at a turning point. India currently ranks third in the world, with an estimated 24 lakhs living with HIV.
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We need to capitalise on successes already achieved in the few states, mainly in the south, that have focused on the issue.