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New £3 million HIV improvement fund

Fast-Track Cities London is an international initiative to end the global HIV epidemic by 2030, signed by the four London partners in 2018; London CouncilsPublic Health EnglandNHS England and the Mayor of London.

From today, Friday 18 October 2019 organisations can apply to the Fast-Track Cities London £3 million HIV improvement fund.

The fund will support our city to work together to get to zero new HIV infections, zero avoidable HIV deaths and zero HIV stigma by 2030.

London has already made great progress in meeting the United Nations’ AIDS targets, thanks to many years of hard work and dedication. Now we want to support everyone to go further and faster towards the ultimate ambition of getting London to zero.

Bids for funds must demonstrate that they contribute to the overall aims of the London Fast-Track Cities Initiative. This means they must support efforts to reach people living with HIV who are undiagnosed, encourage early diagnosis and testing, enable best treatment and care outcomes for everyone living with HIV and re-engage people living with HIV who have been lost to care.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 12 December 2019.

We will be hosting a webinar on Thursday 31 October email to get full details.

Read more about the Fast-Track Cities London HIV improvement fund here.

If you would like to be added to the improvement fund mailing list and receive specific information on this, please email hlp.londonftci@nhs.net.

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