Towards Zero new HIV cases

What have we achieved in the last 3 years?

When we first became a Fast Track City in 2016 we aimed to achieve for Brighton and Hove residents:

90% of people living with HIV knowing their status

90% of people being on treatment

90% of people with HIV on treatment being unable to pass the infection on to others due to untraceable levels of virus in the blood stream

Great news! By the end of 2019 we achieved:

94% of people living with HIV in Brighton and Hove knowing their status

99% of people being on effective treatment

99% of people with HIV on treatment being unable to pass the infection on to others due to untraceable levels of virus in the blood stream

For more information on both national and local data please click here

How many Brighton and Hove residents did we diagnose with HIV over the last 7 years?

0

people diagnosed with HIV in 2013

0

people diagnosed with HIV in 2019

0

people diagnosed with HIV in 2020

0

people diagnosed with HIV in 2030

What are we doing to achieve this?

Challenging Stigma

Innovations in Testing and Care

Research and Education

Community Involvement and Peer Support

We work together to plan and monitor a range of innovative activities to work towards zero new HIV infections, zero deaths from HIV and zero stigma in Brighton & Hove. This joint work has been bringing together key partners and stakeholders across the city with knowledge, passion and expertise.

You can read or download the finished strategy document here.