Everyone living with HIV should have access to treatment for their own health and wellbeing. Antiretroviral medication is now so effective that people who take their treatments regularly find that the level of HIV in their can blood become so low that it is undetectable. This means there is no risk of them transmitting HIV to anyone else. Yet, HIV treatment is still not reaching everyone who needs it, marginalised groups in particular are being left behind.
At GNP+ we will keep pushing for greater and equitable access to treatment and other health services for all people living with HIV. From collective advocacy at a global level to capacity building with national networks, we are committed to making sure that all the treatment challenges faced by the most marginalised are heard, understood and dealt with.