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Our impact

Despite being a small charity, we reach a lot of people - over 13.5 million in 2017-18.

We are valued by professionals as well as the general public, and we use innovative ways to reach those who need our information the most. We understand that making progress on HIV faces many barriers, including stigma and other social issues, and we engage people to challenge these barriers and change social norms. We also believe that civil society plays an essential role in the HIV response, and are committed to working in partnership to achieve our goals.

Find out more about the impact our work is having below.

Group of young people
Every word we write, graphic we create or video we produce has the potential to change the lives of those at risk of or affected by HIV.
Young Voices animation
We believe digital communication provides new opportunities to reach people who are most at-risk with tailored information on HIV and sexual health.
Young people in Zambia
We currently support three community-based organisations in high prevalence countries in Southern Africa.
Community march at AIDS conference (AIDS 2018)
We believe no person should experience stigma or discrimination, and we address HIV stigma, homophobia and gendered attitudes through our website and social media
Last updated:
22 February 2019