Public consultation: Towards Zero HIV strategy
The Martin Fisher Foundation vision is to accelerate TOWARDS ZERO HIV stigma, ZERO new HIV infections and ZERO deaths from HIV in Brighton & Hove by 2025. It is, currently working with stakeholders to develop a ‘Towards Zero HIV’ strategy and implementation plan that will set out ways in which everyone can contribute to these important aspirational goals.
The draft strategy was reviewed and endorsed at a Stakeholders meeting on Friday 25th November. It is now available as a consultation document for the public. The document will be updated and finalised in early 2017. Members of the public are encouraged to give their feedback by 25th February 2017. It will then be approved by city-wide stakeholders including Brighton and Hove City Council.
Brighton & Hove Gets Fast Track City Status
Brighton & Hove are set to become the first UK city to have “Fast Track City” status approved by the international committee International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), and the City of Paris. Read more »