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The vision

Is the end of HIV possible?

A few years ago, it was not known how to curb the HIV / AIDS epidemic. But today we know that access to prevention, testing, treatment, and a better quality of life for people living with HIV and populations most at risk of HIV transmission will make all the difference. It is therefore more a question of finding the human and financial resources to achieve eradication of the disease.Learn more about screening and prevention.

Together let’s make a world without AIDS and HIV

The Quebec AIDS Foundation has joined forces with other Quebec community organizations to take action to end the HIV epidemic. This common vision of the movement to fight HIV / AIDS in Quebec, to which the Foundation adheres, is a way of making people understand the importance of solidarity and collaboration in overcoming the epidemic.

 

Montreal, city without AIDS

In December 2017, Montreal was the first Canadian city to commit to defeating the HIV epidemic in its territory. Its mayor, Valérie Plante, joined the UNAIDS program, helping to speed up the response to the epidemic in the city. The fight will be carried out alongside the actors of the movement and communities affected by HIV and in particular with the “Fondation québécoise du sida”. The two entities are thus starting a partnership that will have fruitful effects in the progress of the fight against the HIV epidemic.

Objectives 90-90-90

There are many strategies used in different countries to eradicate HIV / AIDS, however, stakeholders in the sector recognize that treatment remains the most important element in achieving meaningful results. To this end, the Joint United Nations Program on HIV / AIDS (UNAIDS) has launched the global 90-90-90 target by 2020 for the AIDS response.

There are many strategies used in different countries to eradicate HIV / AIDS, however, stakeholders in the sector recognize that treatment remains the most important element in achieving meaningful results. To this end, the Joint United Nations Program on HIV / AIDS (UNAIDS) has launched the global 90-90-90 target by 2020 for the AIDS response.

  • By 2020, 90% of people living with HIV know their HIV status.
  • By 2020, 90% of all HIV-infected people tested will receive long-term anti-retroviral therapy.
  • By 2020, 90% of people receiving antiretroviral therapy will have a permanently suppressed viral load.

“La Fondation québécoise du sida” as actors in the fight against HIV / AIDS fully supports this objective and continues to seek funds for organizations providing services to people affected by this virus.