India HIV/AIDS Alliance
To support community action to prevent HIV infection, battle AIDS and build healthier communities in India.
Work and Achievements
End AIDS India is a national campaign to accelerate the response to the HIV epidemic towards a healthier India. India is home to the world’s third largest HIV population with an estimated 21 lakh people living with HIV. According to the UNAIDS report 2016, 6 out of 10 people living with HIV in India are still not on treatment. In order to augment awareness and mass involvement, we are hosting the End AIDS India campaign to reach Indians globally, seeking funds to combat HIV/AIDS.
We aim for an India with zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, zero stigma and discrimination for people affected with HIV. Our work ranges across HIV prevention, care & support, and empowering people living with HIV. We work with vulnerable and affected communities by building vocational skills, supporting access to education, enabling income generation opportunities and linking them to social welfare schemes. This, in turn, makes way for a non-discriminatory, stigma-free & enabling environment.
The recent years have seen severe downsizing of international funds from various multilateral, bilateral and philanthropic donor organizations for India’s HIV response programmes, posing a serious threat of recurrence of new HIV cases and also to continue the current initiatives. Through End AIDS India, we appeal everyone to join hands in ending the epidemic. Because everyone deserves a second chance.
For Foreign contribution Click Here We request all foreign nationals to kindly provide their passport number when making a donation via your international credit card or bank transfer. This allows us to report the source of funds accurately to authorities and to maintain accountability and transparency aptly. Thank you for your cooperation.
Fund Utilisation Statement
The funds raised for the project/campaign enables us to carry out urgently needed interventions in 32 states and Union Territories that save lives and to support communities, including mothers and children living with HIV.