AIDS is done. It will be gone by 2030. Easy.
Frontline AIDS wants a future free from AIDS for everyone, everywhere. Around the world, millions of people are denied HIV prevention, testing, treatment and care simply because of who they are and where they live.
As a result, almost two million were infected with HIV in 2017 and almost one million died of AIDS-related illness.
Together with partners on the frontline, we work to break down the social, political and legal barriers that marginalised people face, and innovate to create a future free from AIDS.
Together, we are greater than AIDS.
From 14 February 2019, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance will now be known as Frontline AIDS.