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2010s

UNAIDS sets ambitious treatment targets: 90% of people living with HIV know their diagnosis, those 90% should be on antiretroviral therapy and 90% of those on ARTs should be virally supressed by 2020. Countries outside the US begin rollout of oral PrEP, a new HIV prevention medication, following delays on granting competitive pricing and licenses.

Decorative

2010-16

The Alliance (which later becomes Frontline AIDS) shifts focus to better integrate the HIV response with other health and social priorities.

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2010-15

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Alliance India’s groundbreaking PehchanPehchan is funded by the Global Fund. Along with Alliance India, the Pehchan consortium includes the Humsafar Trust, Pehchan North Region Office, SAATHII, Sangama, Alliance India Andhra Pradesh, and SIAAP. programme launches in 2010 strengthening the capacity of 200 community-based organisations to provide effective, inclusive and sustainable HIV prevention programming to more than 450,000 men who have sex with men, transgender people and hijras in 17 states in India.

2010

The Alliance Partnership collectively reaches

2.9 million people.

It has grown by more than 2 million people since 2005.

2,543

organisations receive technical or financial support from the partnership.

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2011-15

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The Community Action on Harm Reduction (CAHR) programme launches in 2011, reaching more than 180,000 people in China, Indonesia, Kenya and Myanmar who inject drugs with needle exchange programmes and other harm reduction services by 2015.It also provides support to their partners, children and communities.

The work now continues under the Integrated Harm Reduction Programme.

2012

The Alliance’s income is (USD) $123.8 million, 12 times higher than in 2001, with 68% of the funds going directly to partners, demonstrating our commitment to partner-led leadership.

2012-15

The Men’s Sexual Health and Rights programme (SHARP) launches in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe to improve the sexual health and rights of men who have sex with men, and to reduce the spread and impact of HIV.

It reaches more than 15,000 men who have sex with men by 2015. LGBTQ+ community organisations grow in strength and service delivery to key populations improves, showing it is possible to deliver quality services to criminalised populations in hostile environments.

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2013-15

The Link Up project launches to improve the sexual and reproductive health of young people most affected by HIV, so they can make informed choices about their sexual health and rights. During three years, 940,000 young people across five countries, Bangladesh, Burundi, Ethiopia, Myanmar and Uganda, become inspirational young leaders, peer educators, and community role models.

The Link Up project demonstrates how young people affected by HIV can take ownership and control of their sexual and reproductive health and rights if they are provided with the right support and resources.

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2013

The End AIDS India campaign is launched by the Alliance to generate funds for Indian partners for HIV prevention, treatment and care. Today, Alliance India’s ongoing campaign raises vital funds to achieve a vision of an AIDS-free India.

2015

World leaders come together and adopt the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals, with targets for ending the AIDS epidemic. Ending AIDS is now seen as a key global health and development priority.

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2015

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REAct Since its launch, marginalised communities in 31 countries have used REAct to generate data that shows the true nature and scale of the human rights violations they face, not only in HIV but also in areas like hepatitis C and sexual and reproductive health. This work continues due to the financial support from the Elton John AIDS Foundation, the Global Fund and UNITAID. is launched to empower community organisations to document human rights violations, facilitate access to services, and advocate for policy changes. The tool aims to address the evidence gap on how communities most affected by HIV are stigmatised, discriminated against and criminalised in order to advocate for change.

2016

UN General Assembly High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS calls for a multi-sectoral response to end the epidemic by 2030. UNAIDS’ Fast-Track approach aims to achieve ambitious targets by 2020 to reduce both new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths to fewer than 500,000.

2016

2016

A portfolio of programmes designed to build Resilient and Empowered Adolescents and Young people (READY)The programme receives funding from The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Maputo under its Southern Africa regional SRHR and HIV/AIDS programme, and by Alliance Cote d’Ivoire, which received support from the Global Fund. is launched, building on the foundation of the Link Up project.

READY programmes are centred around and designed by youth. They are delivered by the Alliance and national and regional partners in four Eastern and Southern African countries: eSwatini, Mozambique, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. By 2020 the programme has reached over 36,000 adolescents and young people and continues to innovate and grow.

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2016-2020

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The first large-scale HIV programme to invest solely in building the capacity of local civil society advocacy launches in Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, Uganda, Ukraine, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. The five-year PITCH programme advocates for equal rights and access to services for key populations. It is a strategic partnership between Aidsfonds, the Alliance, and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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2018

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A cross-dressing law used to criminalise transgender people in Guyana is overturned by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). The judgement followed a campaign by Guyana Trans United, a Rapid Response Fund recipient.

2018

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India’s Supreme Court rules that gay sex is no longer a criminal offence. Partner Alliance India is part of the successful campaign demanding change.

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2018

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Jason Jones, an LGBTQ+ activist, wins a landmark legal challenge at the High Court of Trinidad and Tobago which decriminalised adult same sex intimacy. This win sets a precedent and becomes cited in other decriminalization cases. Jones was supported by the Alliance’s (now Frontline AIDS') Rapid Response Fund. Rapid Response Fund.

2018

The Alliance (now Frontline AIDS) partnership collectively reaches

2.5 million

people in 2018.

The Frontline AIDS partnership also provides

1,282

organisations with technical or financial support.

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2019

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Botswana’s anti-homosexuality law is overturned following a campaign from our partner, Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS (BONELA).

2019

Board members of the Global Network of Young People Living with HIV (Y+ Global), a youth-led organisation seeking to empower young people living with HIV, take part in an intensive six-month training programme, working with the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and the Alliance. In 2020, Y+ Global become a fully registered independent organisation. Y+ Global now lead the burgeoning READY movement.

2019

The International HIV/AIDS Alliance undergoes a rebrand to become Frontline AIDS.

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