At Gilead, we are eager to support projects that place people right at the heart of care.

 
 

We believe all people should have equal access to quality healthcare regardless of their background, and we seek to support underserved communities that experience obstacles to care. Our Gilead Asia Pacific Rainbow Grant supports community projects that aim to improve the lives of those affected by HIV. We believe that by working together, we can make the world free of HIV. Learn More

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The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV or UNAIDS has set ambitious targets as a crucial step in ending the HIV epidemic by 2030. These targets, also known as the 90-90-90 goals, aim to diagnose 90% of all HIV-positive persons, provide treatment for 90% of those diagnosed, and achieve viral suppression for 90% of those treated. However, even as we approach these targets, there is an increasing need to look beyond viral suppression with a renewed focus on the lifestyles of people living with HIV. A fourth target has been added as an additional dimension to patient management. This important target acknowledges that treating people living with HIV needs to be more integrated and people-centric, and enhance their quality of life.

 
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Gilead is uniquely positioned to accelerate the progress to achieve the “Fourth 90”, and ensuring that people living with HIV lead healthy and positive lives — in particular in Asia-Pacific, where there are still around 5.2 million people living with HIV who face challenges in accessing basic healthcare services.


Our Goals

Through our grant program, Gilead wants to support projects that focus on people at the center of care.

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empower

Our grant program aims to empower people living with HIV to achieve the best quality of life possible.

 

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engage

Our grant program aims to engage communities on quality-of-life topics for people living with HIV, ultimately resulting in societies that are free of judgment and stigma.

 
 

3

partner

Partnerships and alliances among communities, NGOs, governments, and businesses are important as we work on HIV programs that help people with HIV live long and healthy lives.