Stage of development: Implementation
Policy sector: Health
Start date of service provision: Oct 2018
Anticipated completion date: Sep 2023
Actual completion date: Mar 2022
Capital raised (minimum): GBP 1m (USD 1.29m)
Service users: 1k+ individuals
The partnership works with HIV service providers including Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations in identifying ways of utilizing additional resources to commission innovative interventions to increase HIV testing in high risk groups as well as improving access to HIV treatment and retention in care that are specifically targeted to the needs of the local population. This six year proposal aims to widen access to HIV treatment, address isolation, invest in prevention and develop an integrated model of HIV care. The social impact bond expects to reach up to 493,000 people and support up to 1,250 newly diagnosed people to get the treatment they need to stay healthy.
Those undiagnosed with HIV and, those who have dropped out of HIV care
The graph above shows interim results for the project’s outcome achievements. Each bar represents a key participant outcome or metrics. Each metric is detailed above the graph (under the ‘Outcome metrics’ section of this page). Users can hover over the bars to access data on the expectations and achievements for that particular metric. Labels at the top of the bar represent the overall expectations for specific metrics, for the entire life of the project. The coloured section of the bar represents the project’s achievements so far.
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