MAKING SURE PEOPLE LIVING WITH OR AFFECTED BY HIV IN SCOTLAND HAVE THEIR SAY ON THE ISSUES THAT MATTER!

#ZEROHIV

It is an honour to launch our ambitious new campaign, #ZEROHIV - our plan for Scotland to reach zero new HIV transmissions, zero HIV-related deaths and zero HIV-related stigma by 2030. Read our Chief Executive's latest blog.

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About us

HIV Scotland is the HIV Charity for Scotland. We're known for our detailed policy work and successful advocacy for people living with and at risk of HIV. Read more about our new mission and vision, as we enter our new phase to get to #ZEROHIV.

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The Zero Hero Appeal

The Zero Hero Appeal will raise money to fund our #ZEROHIV mission; to achieve zero new HIV transmissions, zero new HIV-related deaths & zero HIV-related stigma & discrimination in Scotland by 2030.

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Author: Jeffrey Hirono

Target amount: £30,000.00

Amount raised: £2,539.00

Fundraise

Scotland's HIV Stats

91%

The percentage of people living with HIV in Scotland that are diagnosed.

1,872

The number of people prescribed PrEP in the first year of implementation

97%

The percentage of people living with HIV on effective treatment in Scotland, with an undetectable viral load, so they can't pass HIV on to others.

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