In addition, funding to end AIDS globally and in India has decreased
considerably in recent years. While as a nation we have made progress yet
almost 50% of the affected population is still not on treatment. Hence,
while we strive to cover this gap, the funding gap is making it difficult
to sustain our current levels.
Due to resource unavailability, preventive and awareness related
activities have declined sharply threatening to reverse the modest
gains achieved and research suggests new cases are still substantial.
Prevention is key to halting the spread of HIV. We undertake initiatives
to raise awareness of HIV prevention, transmission, and treatments available.
We educate people on HIV infections, through health camps and training.
Counselling guides vulnerable communities to understand the importance of
getting tested for HIV and helps make them aware of their options for a
healthy living if they test positive.
We help people living with HIV (PLHIV) adhere to treatment and
educate them about the importance of taking medication regularly which
can help them live longer healthier lives. We enable access to education,
nutrition and healthcare, and counsel their children, peers and parents
to provide the support they need.
Being HIV positive is not an end to life and all its wonderful
possibilities. We provide training for skill building, funding for
income generation programs, and links to schemes to start small
businesses like flower shops and tea stalls. We assist them with
legal procedures and property claims, we also assist them in
getting PAN card, voter IDs and other identity documents to
enable access to government social welfare schemes.
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Hosted by India HIV/AIDS Alliance END AIDS INDIA CAMPAIGN
raises funds and awareness to combat the spread and persistence
of HIV in our country, through community interventions implemented
by the campaign's NGO partners. The campaign IS contributing to the
efforts to end AIDS in India by 2030 and reach the goal of ‘ZERO Impact’:
Access to vital care and treatment can end AIDS-related deaths,
but unfortunately, more than 50% of people living with HIV are not on treatment.
We aim to put an end to new HIV infections by increasing awareness
and building capacities to reduce the risk of the spread of the virus.
People living with HIV are often cut off from their families and
left to fend for themselves.
We envision an India where people living with HIV and those v
ulnerable to infection are able to lead healthy, stigma-free lives.
India HIV/AIDS Alliance, 6 Community Centre, Zamrudpur,
Kailash Colony Extension, New Delhi - 110048