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HIV Scotland is a national voluntary agency that seeks to improve the health and well-being of people living with HIV and affected communities, and to prevent the spread of HIV infection.
HIV Scotland does this by:
- Advocating for HIV issues in Scotland and building strategic partnerships.
- Being active in the development of evidence-informed government policy.
- Building capacity and coordinating networks within the Scottish HIV sector.
- Resourcing the HIV sector with training, information, promotional material, websites and campaigns.
Working across all sectors and areas of Scotland, HIV Scotland is able to link professionals, organisations and individuals to expert HIV tools and information in order to meet the HIV-related needs of people in Scotland (prevention, treatment and care).
Last updated on 05/08/2013
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