In 2014 we had a significant impact on reducing the effects of HIV epidemics worldwide. Our successes include:

  • Over one million HIV prevention services provided to people most at risk from HIV.
    A one third increase on last year.

  • 919,000 people enrolled in HIV care services.
    A figure that has doubled since 2012.

  • 1,472,000 people reached with integrated HIV and sexual and reproductive health activities.
    An increase of 300,000 since 2013.

  • 2,316 community-based organisations received grants through the Alliance.
    Our target was 2000.

Our work is having an impact at global, national and community level, and improving the lives of millions of people. People like Nahimana, Pacifique, both pictured above in the centre, plus Joan, Eric, NishaYogi 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 Alvaro Bermejo, our Executive Director, on 2014 here.

Watch this short video about our impact in 2014.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuY3M739RDQ

2014 facts

People grey fact
919,000

The number of people enrolled in HIV care services.

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2,316

community-based organisations received grants through the Alliance.