Reduce 80% new infections by 2024 and end the HIV epidemic in India by 2030
By 2024, 95% people living with HIV know their status, 95% of those who know their status on treatment and 95% of people on treatment with supressed viral loads


In collaboration with NACO, IHAT works with Delhi State AIDS Control Society in Delhi and Karnataka State AIDS Prevention Society in Karnataka to lead the technical support units (TSUs) in the states. The TSUs provide technical support to the Targeted Intervention programs for Key Population (Female Sex Workers, Men who have Sex with Men, Transgender, People Who Inject Drugs) and Bridge population (Migrants and Truckers).


Support NACO and the State AIDS Control Societies in strategic planning and monitoring of biomedical, behavioural & structural interventions to prevent new infections among key populations and enable early detection and provision of comprehensive care for people living with HIV


Build capacity of community based organisations and non-profit organisations implementing the Targeted Interventions through assessment of skill gaps, developing training calendars and supporting roll out of trainings


Enable social structures to remove stigma against key populations and people living with HIV by sensitising medical professionals and law makers to empathise with them and facilitate care


Support the development of innovative interventions to address the changing landscape of HIV in the country


An Evidence Brief on Mapping and Size Estimation of MSMs active on Virtual Platforms in Delhi

This report shares a key evidence from a mapping & size estimation effort that reveals how a significant number of MSMs in the Delhi NCT are on multiple virtual platforms. It also highlights that not many of them have been contacted by conventional Targeted Interventions. This establishes the need & opportunity for a specially-designed virtual intervention to reach out to the MSM population with HIV prevention, treatment and care services.

Read More
Mapping and Size Estimation of Men who have Sex with Men active on virtual platforms in Delhi

IHAT, in collaboration with DSACS, conducted a ‘Virtual Mapping’ exercise to generate estimates of the population size of Men who have Sex with Men (MSMs) active on virtual platforms in Delhi. This process document provides a detailed methodology on estimating the size of MSMs active on virtual platforms. Virtual Mapping can become the foundation to develop a comprehensive HIV intervention encompassing the population on virtual platforms.

Read More
Program interventions to address the COVID-19 crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic forced digression within public health interventions across the globe. As the world learns to cope with the new normal, it is important to ensure that vulnerable populations continue to access life saving health services. This report documents the COVID-19 interventions by IHAT in India and PHDA in Kenya, both in partnership with IGPH, University of Manitoba.

Read More