ViiV Healthcare Positive Action and Community Granting
Positive Action (Global)’s mission is to be a transformational partner that champions people and communities to end AIDS. Our vision is healthy communities in a world free of AIDS.
We do this through putting people and communities first, strengthening capacity and collaborating strategically.
Originally set up as part of GSK’s Global Health Programmes, Positive Action was created in 1992 as the first pharmaceutical company community-grant giving programme to support communities affected by HIV and AIDS.
Positive Action exists to further the ViiV Healthcare mission of ensuring no person living with HIV is left behind, by working directly with the communities most affected by HIV.
Positive Action works with communities and key and priority populations living with, or affected by HIV such as paediatrics, adolescents, adolescent girls and young women (AGYW), sex workers, gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender people, and people who use drugs (PWUD).