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The HIV Care Continuum and Beyond (HIVCCB) white paper calls on Asian territories to reprioritise HIV and end the epidemic. The expert steering committee proposes 14 recommendations to help territories address four major challenge areas in Asia

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Working together towards the 95-95-95 UNAIDS Targets

The UNAIDS Fast Track targets are still achievable if action is taken quickly. Rising to the challenge, the HIV Care Continuum & Beyond (HIVCCB) initiative was born with funding and support from ViiV Healthcare with the goal of developing actionable insights into the challenges and solutions to the HIV epidemic in Asia. It is led by a steering committee of experts on HIV in Asia including leading HIV academics, healthcare professionals, community organisations and patient advocates in China, Hong Kong SAR, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.

This initiative is in partnership with the APCOM Foundation, the Institute of HIV Research and Innovation (IHRI), TREAT Asia/amfAR, Lourdes Association, Taiwan Love and Hope Association, and Love4One.

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The HIVCCB’s inaugural white paper - a blueprint for ending HIV in Asia by 2030

In December 2022, the HIVCCB steering committee released a white paper that analysed the current HIV landscape in six key Asian territories and called for modern, community-led solutions to help end the long-running epidemic. Drawing on a broad multi-lingual literature review and consultation with HIV communities and experts across the six territories, the paper outlines 14 recommendations across four challenge areas to end HIV as a public health issue in Asia by 2030, improve care and enhance quality of life for people living with the disease in the region.

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