“We have the opportunity to join together as a community to improve the public’s understanding of HIV, demonstrate our support for women living with HIV and empower them to make HIV a manageable part of their life.”
“This novel approach may help alleviate the burden often associated with daily, oral treatment regimens and contribute to making HIV a smaller part of peoples’ lives.”
“The approval of the first single dose two-drug regimen for HIV challenges the traditional approach of three-drug regimens that have been the standard of care for 20 years.”
The grants support local organisations to respond to some of the most pressing issues facing people living with HIV including testing, stigma, and treatment.
The research found that almost a third of HIV-positive respondents would rather avoid making new friends than disclose their HIV status.
The new tool will be brief and easy to use, specially tailored to the issues facing people with HIV.