HIV i-Base is a treatment activist group committed to providing timely HIV treatment information to HIV-positive people and to health care professionals. Working in the UK and internationally our central aim is quality of care and access to health for all people with HIV.
Founded in 2000, we advocate for better and more affordable treatment We work to ensure that people living with HIV are well informed and actively engaged in their own treatment and medical care. We also work to ensure that people living with HIV are included in policy discussions about HIV treatment recommendations and access.
To this end, our work includes:
Six non-technical guides to HIV and treatment per year
40,000 guides distributed free to UK clinics each year
50,000 website readers each month
2000 questions answered by phone, email and online each year
Technical treatment bulletins to over 5000 health care workers in the UK every two months and 15,000 in Southern Africa quarterly