The ViiV Healthcare Effect

The interactive map showcases all of our partner projects across Canada, currently funded by our Positive Action Fund Programmes.

Additionally, our partners in Canada are pleased to offer Project Tours showcasing how they are confronting the most pressing needs in HIV and sharing their learnings with others.

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Project Tours

Project tours

  • GAP-VIES

    The peer support approach is a counselling model that has been shown to improve the health and quality of life of people living with HIV and AIDS. However, for it to be effective, peers must share similar life circumstances.

  • Maison du Parc

    Liam had been recently diagnosed as HIV-positive when he arrived at Maison du Parc in April 2015 at the age of 22. After experiencing a serious illness that forced him to see a physician for treatment, he tested positive for HIV.

  • AIDS Durham

    Based in Canada, the Pozzy is a regional group of HIV positive (POZ) youth, who recently reached out to other POZ youth across the country.

  • Blood Ties Four Directions: Yukon Young Eagles Challenge

    With funding provided by ViiV Healthcare’s Positive Action Canada Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Initiative, Blood Ties Four Directions Centre developed and implemented Phase One of the Yukon Young Eagles Challenge in 2014, a First Nations youth peer-run sexual health education program using the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network's Young Eagles Challenge curriculum.