We’re here to End AIDS in India!
End AIDS India, a non-profit campaign hosted by India HIV/AIDS Alliance, is determined to ensure that society as a whole, as well as each individual is able to handle the risks of HIV/AIDS in an informed and responsible way. 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.
A small donation makes a big impact!
Through your generous contributions, we will be able to provide services & care for Indians living with HIV/AIDS. Not only this, we also provide emotional, nutritional & financial support to their family members. Defeating HIV will require a comprehensive response. Therefore, effective programs must be scaled up to treat people, for which we need more support & donations in order to work towards our vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination & zero AIDS-related deaths in India. We’ve reached out & supported 1.2 million people across 29 States & 3 Union Territories, so far. However, there are many more awaiting our support.
vulnerable and affected people supported
Women and children
living by HIV/AIDS are getting services.
supported to get back into HIV treatment
Eradicating HIV/AIDS in India
There are thousands out there who need help. Help us help them.
At the price of your movie ticket, an abandoned HIV+ child can get access to treatment and education for a month, if not more.
Make this my monthly Donation
Rs.750 Can support access to healthcare, nutrition and education for children living with HIV giving them a brighter & healthy future
Rs.1000 Can ensure access to vital healthcare and support to pregnant mothers with HIV and protect the new-borns helping create an AIDS-free generation
Help give a person affected by HIV/AIDS a better life and a hopeful future
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