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National Youth Day is observed on January 12 to observe the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. This particular date is also known as ‘Yuva Diwas’.

| Our Reach

Highlights From 2020

Our mission is to support community action to prevent HIV infection, meet the challenges
of AIDS, and build healthier communities.

1 643 773

Lives Impacted

263 035​

Brought back to ART treatment​

96 959

Family members
tested for HIV

220 004

Enabled to access welfare schemes

11 930​

People linked to SRH & STI services


PWUD accessed Harm Reduction services​


We Believe In A World
Where No One Dies Of AIDS

| Our Work Areas

Reaching The Last Mile To Achieve HIV Targets

Alliance India works in partnership with civil society, the government of India and communities to support sustained response to HIV and other related public health issues in India and build healthier communities.

Slide READ MORE Our primary focus is on the key and affected communities that are at substantial risk of HIV infection. Our programmes are designed to also address other diseases and infections which have the potential to impact the lives of people we work with.

HEALTH (HIV, TB, Hepatitis C & B, Sexual Reproductive Health, COVID)

Slide READ MORE We build organizational and leadership capacities to foster community action and develop a sustained HIV response at local and national levels.


Slide READ MORE We build capacities, engage, educate, advocate and provide technical support to build a stronger and inclusive healthcare system that is responsive to the needs of affected communities.


Slide READ MORE We advocate for the rights and dignity of vulnerable and marginalized groups such as LGBTQI identified individuals, women in sex work and people who use drugs among others. Our engagement with Government and private stakeholders is directed towards creating a more inclusive society. 


Slide READ MORE Like many other determinants, GBV also impacts an individual's health seeking behavior in girls, women and transgender person. Our interventions try to mitigate the impact as well as the gender based violence itself in order to facilitate a safer environment and a sustained access to healthcare services.


Slide READ MORE Our work with youth and adolescents empowers them with appropriate knowledge and information and develops their capabilities to inform the stakeholders about their issues and needs and develops them into future leaders.


Slide READ MORE We generate new and scientific knowledge, document best practices and best suitable solutions to the needs of our communities. Our research provides strategic knowledge and direction to the national HIV response and the knowledge created by our research feeds into planning and delivering sustainable solutions.




We believe in the power of technology to solve complex problems and effect social change. The eMpower app developed in collaboration with IBM Global Services for our outreach workers to manage large volumes of client data using a tablet is an example.

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We are determined to foster wellbeing, realise equality, and affirm the dignity of communities most affected by HIV/AIDS through the delivery of effective and innovative HIV services.


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Our Partners

5m lives impacted to date

Together with 700+ partners at the national, state and district level

With programme presence in 32 states and union territories in India &

6 Countries in South Asia (2017-2021)

Since 2009, implemented 22 programmes including HRAsia regional grant

With the support of 30 institutional donors

Rich experience in implementing HIV programmes in India and Asian countries since 2009

Working in close collaboration with India’s national HIV programme - National AIDS Control Organisation

Trusted by 700+ community based organisations across India

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