INDIA / Maharashtra / Ahmednagar district / 24 July 2011
PLHIV members of the Shevgaon Block Support Group of Ahmednagar district NMP+ (Network of Maharshtra by People Living with HIV-AIDS) during a meeting at their DIC in Balamtakli village.
Photograph: Prashant Panjiar (India HIV/AIDS Alliance)
Though access to treatment has improved significantly in India, many people living with HIV (PLHIV) still do not receive the care and support they need. With funding from The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
, our Vihaan programme is helping to change this by expanding access to care and support services across the country to increase treatment adherence, reduce stigma and discrimination, and improve the overall quality of life of PLHIV.
India HIV/AIDS Alliance (Alliance India) is a diverse partnership that brings together committed organisations and communities to support sustained responses to HIV in India. Complementing the Indian national programme, we work through capacity building, knowledge sharing, technical support and advocacy. Through our network of partners, we support the delivery of effective, innovative, community-based HIV programmes to key populations affected by the epidemic.
India HIV/AIDS Alliance