ViiV Healthcare recognises the enormous significance of the community response to HIV/AIDS. The company remains committed not only to improve access for individuals to the HIV medicines they need, but also to support the communities most affected by the disease.
In Kenya, Positive Action has enabled communities and healthcare providers to work together to improve services, access and adherence.
Dedicated support for communities
For people living with or vulnerable to HIV, the community plays a crucial role: providing direct support, advocating prevention, educating peers, campaigning for services and treatment, and standing up to discrimination and the abuse of human rights.
GSK established Positive Action in 1992, an early recognition of the pivotal role played by communities. Today ViiV Healthcare continues to support communities around the world through an enriched Positive Action portfolio: its heritage global grants programme for vulnerable groups; the new Positive Action for Children Fund to tackle mother-to-child transmission; and Community Grants from our local operating companies.
Learn more about these Positive Action programmes and how they are helping communities worldwide.
Positive Action supports communities worldwide
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