In 2015 we had a significant impact on reducing the effects of HIV epidemics worldwide. Our successes include:
- 1.3 million HIV prevention services provided to people most at risk from HIV.
A 30% increase on the previous year.
- Nearly 1.2 million adults and children were enrolled in HIV care and treatment services.
A 29% increase since 2014.
- Nearly 1.6 million people received HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights services.
Including 740,000 young people most affected by HIV.
- Over 550,000 people received integrated HIV and TB services.
130% increase since 2014.
- 809 community-based organisations and their networks were supported to monitor human rights-related barriers to accessing services.
Our work is having an impact at global, national and community level, and improving the lives of millions of people. People like Daphine, Diana, Chan Aye San, Dennis, Samuel and Shaun and many others, who have chosen to share their stories with you to help raise awareness, reduce stigma, and increase support for HIV programmes.
Read the reflections of Christine Stegling, our Executive Director, [to follow] and download the 2015 Report and Accounts.
Watch the short video below on our impact in 2015.
The number of people enrolled in HIV care services.
community-based organisations received grants through the Alliance (exceeding our target of 2,000).