Gilead Sciences


Gilead Sciences International, Ltd

Granta Park
Abington
Cambridge, United Kingdom
CB21 6GT
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Phone: 44 (0) 1223 897300
Fax: 44 (0) 1223 897291


Gilead Sciences, Ltd

280 High Holborn
London
WC1V 7EE 
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Phone: 44 (0) 203 681 4500
Fax: 44 (0) 203 681 469


Gilead Sciences Europe Ltd

2 Roundwood Avenue
Stockley Park
Uxbridge, Middlesex
UB11 1AF
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Phone: 44 (0) 208 587 2200


Kite Pharma UK Ltd

2 Roundwood Avenue
Stockley Park
Uxbridge, Middlesex
UB11 1AF
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Phone: 44 (0) 208 587 2200


Medical Information

Phone: 44 (0) 8000 113 700
Email: ukmedinfo@gilead.com


Product Quality Complaints

Email: IEProductComplaints@gilead.com


Ordering - Hospital and NHS
Homecare Services

Phone: 44 (0) 203 681 4681
Fax: 44 (0) 1223 897291
(all orders preferably to be faxed)


Ordering - Retail Pharmacy

Alcura (UK) Ltd
Fax: 44 (0) 1420 89594
Email: CHLorders@alcura-health.co.uk



Safety

Phone: 44 (0) 1223 897500
Fax: 44 (0) 1223 897290
Email: safety_fc@gilead.com


Gilead UK and Ireland Fellowship
Programme

www.ukifellowshipprogramme.com




Gilead Sciences is a biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative therapeutics in areas of unmet medical need. The company’s mission is to advance the care of patients suffering from life-threatening diseases worldwide.

Established in 2005, Gilead's Stockley Park office is located in Uxbridge, west of London, England. The office provides centralized support for most of Gilead's operations outside the United States and Canada. The following functions are part of the team providing centralized support for our EU operations: General Management, Finance, Human Resources, Regulatory, Safety, Information Technology, Legal, Medical Affairs and EU Commercial Compliance.

In addition to Gilead's Stockley Park office, there is also a sales and marketing office located in Cambridge, established in 1990. Gilead's Cambridge office is responsible for sales, marketing and clinical development in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Gilead's Global Tax Strategy

Gilead Sciences, Inc. has four UK subsidiaries: Gilead Sciences Europe Limited; Gilead Sciences International Limited; Gilead Sciences Limited; and Kite Pharma UK Limited.

All of the UK companies’ tax affairs are managed directly within our global tax governance structure and in accordance with our global tax policy. In compliance with the obligation under paragraph 22(2) Schedule 19 Finance Act 2016, the corporate tax strategies applied for each of the UK companies are published at this link.

UK Gender Pay Report

Gilead welcomes initiatives that support inclusion and diversity across businesses, and fully embraces the Gender Pay Disclosure initiated by the UK Government. We firmly believe that teams composed of employees with different experiences and backgrounds are best prepared to carry out our company mission to save and transform lives. This report highlights the comparison between the average pay of all men and the average pay of all women across our three sites in the UK. While gender is the focus of this report, it is just one element of our approach to building an inclusive work culture, where differences are valued and people feel supported and enabled to achieve their full potential. Inclusion is one of our core values, and our values underpin our actions. As such, we remain committed to our diversity and talent development initiatives and believe the steps we are taking today will benefit Gilead and the communities we serve tomorrow and in the longer term. UK Gender Pay Report can be found here

Transparency Reporting

Gilead believes that there is strength through partnership. Collaborations of all kinds – with partners in science, academia, business and local communities – are central to our work. Partnerships enhance our ability to develop innovative medicines and deliver them to people as efficiently as possible.

Healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations with whom we work provide valuable, independent and expert knowledge derived from their clinical and management experience. This expertise makes an important contribution to our efforts to improve the quality of patient care, with benefits for individuals and society at large. We believe healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations should be fairly compensated for the legitimate expertise and services they provide.

We are fully committed to compliance with healthcare spend transparency requirements which require disclosure of payments and transfers of value made to healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations. We believe this is the right approach for industry and enhances stakeholder trust.

In line with our obligations to disclose payments and transfers of value, disclosure information in the UK is published on the ABPI Disclosure platform annually on or around the 30th of June covering the previous calendar year. Click here to access the report. General enquiries about the reports should be directed here.

In addition, Gilead discloses its interactions with HealthCare Professionals and HealthCare Organisations in the following countries in which we have no affiliate: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The reports, supported by a Methodological Note, for these countries are available via this link. Enquiries about these reports should be directed here.

Relationships with Healthcare Professionals and Joint Working Projects

Healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations with whom we work provide valuable, independent and expert knowledge derived from their clinical and management experience. This expertise makes an important contribution to our efforts to improve the quality of patient care, with benefits for individuals and society at large. We believe healthcare professionals, other relevant decision makers and healthcare organisations should be fairly compensated for the legitimate expertise and services they provide. Our disclosure can be found here.

Relationships with Patient Organizations

Gilead provided support to the following patient organizations in 2016. The information is correct at the time of writing 2017. The information is subject to change and will be updated accordingly. For a listing of previous years’ payments, click here.


UK&I affiliate

  • Grant Recipient
    Description of Activity
    Amount Funded (GBP £)
  • ACTIONPLUS FOUNDATION (UK)
    Support for the ACTIONPLUS FOUNDATION (UK) UTEST4LIFE Project. Reaching out to the residents in London and the Christian community through training and workshops delivered by facilitators from the NHS Trust and public speakers from other health agencies. The aim of the project is to create awareness of HIV and also the correction of any errors and misinformation about HIV in some churches.
    5,000
  • ADFAM
    Speaker services of ADFAM representative to speak at a Gilead staff meeting entitled "Hepatitis: My Personal Experience"
    270
  • Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF)
    Support for the Africa Advocacy Foundation's New Perspective Campaign Project, a PR/media programme that will provide a platform for Afican individuals, patients, and community groups to engage with key stakeholders and the wider public on key policy debates, issues and decisions that directly impact on the ability of the Afican communities to access HIV services equitably.
    7,500
  • Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF)
    Support for the Africa Advocacy Foundation's New Perspective Campaign Project, a PR/media programme that will provide a platform for Afican individuals, patients, and community groups to engage with key stakeholders and the wider public on key policy debates, issues and decisions that directly impact on the ability of the Afican communities to access HIV services equitably.
    5,600
  • African Eye Trust
    Gilead Sciences and The Afican Eye Trust collaboration in developing a patient information and support campaign entitled "I'm Worth…", ensuring that the content is appropriate and meaningful for people living with Hepatitis C in the UK and Ireland.
    300
  • African Eye Trust
    Support for The African Eye Tust representative to attend the AIDS conference in South Africa on 22-28 July 2016
    500
  • African Health Policy Network
    Support towards the Ffena Project, which enables African people living with HIV in the UK to share their experiences of living with the virus and make their voices heard as part of a coherent national network
    9,000
  • African Health Policy Network
    Speaker Services of African Health Policy Network representative to speak at a Gilead sponsored educational meeting entitled  "World AIDS Day - lunch & learn session on the topic "World AIDS Day - my story".
    50
  • AIDS West, Ireland
    Organisational Core Funding towards the provision of personal support, counselling, practical help to people with HIV/AIDS and their families across 9 counties in Ireland. Provison of education and prevention programmes on HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health including  sexually transmitted infections to the general public, Schools, Colleges, Universities and other targeted ‘at risk’ groups.
    € 5,888
  • Best Hope
    Support toward the Community HIV Testing for African Communities Project, which focuses on the African community living in Hull, enabling Best Hope to proactively educate, increase awareness and promote regular HIV testing.
    3,000
  • Bloodwise
    Support towards the Blood Cancer Support Service Project, a one-stop shop for all provision related to bllod cancer patients, families and medical professionals. A source accessible digitally, and supported by a multi-channel service run by Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research - ensuring all people affected by blood cancer are aware of what information and support is available to them, and are supported in accessing these resources as and when they require.
    25,000
  • Body & Soul
    Organisational Core Funding  towards cost of Head of Volunteer Programmes' salary, which is essential for enabling the smooth running of Body & Soul frontline services.
    10,000
  • British Liver Trust
    Organisational Core Funding towards Patient Information Services that the Trust will provide to thousands of liver patients, family memebers and carers in 2016/17 - the helpline, publications, website and online support forum that do not receive governemnt funding.
    7,500
  • British Liver Trust
    Gilead Sciences and British Liver Trust collaboration in developing a patient information and support campaign entitled "I'm Worth…", ensuring that the content is appropriate and meaningful for people living with Hepatitis C in the UK and Ireland.
    1,300
  • Cara Trust
    Organisational Core Funding towards the Poverty Reduction & Ageing Focussed Social Welfare Programmes for People Living With HIV, reducing the impact of poverty on the poorest People Living with HIV and improving the lives of older People Living with HIV.
    5,000
  • Cara Trust
    Consultancy services of CARA Trust representative to chair a Gilead Sciences organised meeting entitled "A Positive Journey"
    400
  • Cara Trust
    Speaker Services of CARA Trust representative to speak at a Gilead sponsored educational meeting entitled  "World AIDS Day - lunch & learn session on the topic "World AIDS Day - my story".
    50
  • Children’s HIV Association
    Organisational Core Funding towards a new part time post of health lead to join the CHIVA staff team. The health lead will ensure CHIVA engages in consultations and forums so that the needs of children and young people with HIV are profiled, and opportunities  to shape health care developments gained.
    10,000
  • Children's HIV Association
    Organisational Conference Sponsorship towards room hire and travel expenses for delegates attending the  What is Activism. Sharing thoughts across the generations of people living with HIV conference on 12th November 2015.
    500
  • Children's HIV Association
    Support towards the International AIDS Society Attendance for Children's HIV Association representative
    500
  • Children's HIV Association
    Support towards travel costs for Children's HIV Association representative to attend the Young Advocates Meeting
    296
  • CLL Support Association
    Organisational Core Funding towards the employment of a part-time administrator to undertake the detailed work on HTA submissions, website and social media development, providing up to date and accessible information about CLL, range of treatments currently available and latest research into care and treatment of CLL.
    7,000
  • Community Response, Ireland
    Support towards the National Irish World Hepatitis Week 2016 25-29 July Project, which will help in gathering qualitative research/case studies from people living with HCV waiting for treatment, but not currently eligible; and those who have successfully completed treatment and have an SVR
    € 7,500
  • Community Response, Ireland
    Support toward the Hepatitis C Partnership - GP Training held on 12 Nov 2015, information session of management of Hepatitis C in community based General Practice.
    € 1,000
  • Cystic Fibrosis Trust
    Support towards the UKCF 2016 conference focusing on precision medicines, what it means and more importantly, for people living with cystic fibrosis and their families.
    4,800
  • EATAN CIC
    Organisational Core Funding towards Formal HIV Patient Network creation which will put in place structures and systems to facilitate active involvement of BME/African HIV patients across the EU in forums, campaigns, learning, peer mentor
    13,050
  • EATAN CIC
    Support towards the EATAN M-Care Training Programme Project, which will through partnership with the EATG train 30 Treatment Advocates from across Europe  to effectively engage at strategic levels on key issues that impact on health outcomes for African migrants in Europe.
    € 19,970
  • Fungal Infection Trust
    Support towards the E-Learning Course in Fungal Microscopy for all healthcare specialists/laboratoty workers, which will consist of e-modules designed to educate health professionals in all types of economic settings to diagnose a wide range of fungal infections given only a light microscope, access to simple stains and computer with good internet connection.
    84,424
  • Fungal Infection Trust
    Support towards scholarships to promising young persons entering the field from developing countries.
    5,000
  • Fungal Infection Trust
    Support towards the 7th Advances Against Aspergillosis Conference, 3-5 March 2016, UK
    20,000
  • George House Trust
    Gilead Sciences and George House Trust collaboration on Patient Information Campaign 'My HIV, My Rule, My Journey'
    1,000
  • George House Trust
    Support towards the Calabash Project, which works specifically with one of the hardest groups to engage with, HIV positive African men. Monthly group meetings of the Calabash Project will provide a safe environment for African men to talk, discuss issues with their peers and increase their HIV knowledge and confidence.
    20,000
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Support towards th BBV Champions conference which aims to raise awareness of hepatitis C among at-risk groups (principally the substance misuse community and the South Asian community), as well increase testing among these groups and support people with the virus into and through treatment.
    376
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Speaker Services of Hepatitis C Trust representative at the Gilead sponsored symposium on Viral Hepatitis on behalf of The World Hepatitis Alliance
    617
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Speaker services of Hepatitis C Trust representative at the Gilead  sponsored educational meeting entitled "Hepatology Matters meeting South West & Wales on the topic of "How charities can help patients with hep C with access to care  with examples from the Trust's own work across the UK."
    450
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Travel expenses related to Hepatology Matters meeting South West & Wales
    131
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Organisational Core Funding for  Activities in Raising Awareness of the issues relating to, and lowring the stigma of Hepatitis C.
    30,000
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Speaker services of Hepatitis C Trust representative at the Gilead  sponsored educational meeting entitled "Hepatology Matters meeting South West & Wales on the topic of "How charities can help patients with hep C with access to care  with examples from the Trust's own work across the UK."
    450
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Travel expenses related to Hepatology Matters meeting South West & Wales
    150
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Support towards the Patient Council Project, which will enable The Hepatitis C Trust to analyse and respond to NHSE and Public Health England policy developments from the patient perspective and advocate for high quality care pathways to treatment for hepatitis C.
    6,000
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Support towards the the HCV Action 2016 Plan, which will focus on developing and supporting strong local networks to help maximise the effectiveness of the new Operational Delivery Networks (ODNs) and the implementation of the national improvement Framework, and to build on momentum initiated by the popular 2015 roadshows.
    30,400
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Speaker services of Hepatitis C Trust representative at the Gilead  sponsored educational meeting entitled "Hepatology Matters meeting South West & Wales on the topic of "How charities can help patients with hep C with access to care  with examples from the Trust's own work across the UK."
    150
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Travel expenses related to Hepatology Matters meeting South West & Wales

    166
  • Hepatitis C Trust
    Support towards raising awareness of Hepatitis C specifically to the 100,000 still undiagnosed, the potential consequences of inaction and the ease of cure, through high profile digital media sites in the month around World Hepatitis Day.
    13,500
  • Herts Aid
    Support towards the Time for me to Shine project, which aims to support and metor service users through workshops including variety of opportunities to explore arts & crafts, mindfulness, mediation, CV building  required to take steps back into employment or into small businesses.
    3,000
  • HIV i-Base
    Support towards the  i-Base Treatment Information Service project set up to enable activists to understand science and research. The quarterly interactive, face-to-face meetings in London enhance advocates' knowledge in the newest developments in HIV research and treatment.
    3,500
  • HIV i-Base
    "Support towards the i-Base Treatment Information Service project, additional funding to ensure continued delivery and high standard of HIV i-Base's services and to employ an additional part time treatment advocate"
    8,000
  • HIV Ireland
    Supports towards the HIV & STI Community based testing programme, three community groups working on behalf of people living in Ireland infected with hepatitis C to launch National Hepatitis C Awareness Week.
    1,010
  • HIV Ireland
    Supports towards the HIV & STI Community based testing programme, three community groups working on behalf of people living in Ireland infected with hepatitis C to launch National Hepatitis C Awareness Week.
    860
  • HIV Ireland
    Organisational Core Funding towards the participatory research with sex workers to examine health/safety needs, including risk of HIV.
    9,548
  • HIV Scotland
    Support towards the European HIV Testing week to tackle increasing rates of HIV, Hepatitis C and STIs.
    3,000
  • Irish Haemophilia Society
    Organisational Conference Sponsorship of the Hepatitis C Conference
    9,000
  • KwaAfrica
    Organisational Core Funding towards the delivering support services in promoting self-management, empowerment and readiness for work for People Living With HIV
    5,000
  • Leukaemia CARE
    Organisational Core funding towards the patient support services in 2015 which include 24 hour CARE line, Information Standard approved patient information leaflets and patient, carer and nurse conferences; as well as crucial campaigning and patient advocacy.
    10,000
  • Leukaemia CARE
    Organisational Core Funding towards the 24 Hour Care Line taking calls from patients and families affected by blood cancer. The unique Freephone service is available to help support anyone affected by a diagnosis of blood cancer and guarantees that day or night information, advice and support will be there for those who need it.
    10,000
  • Liver4life
    Gilead Sciences and Liver4Life collaboration in developing a patient information and support campaign entitled "I'm Worth…", ensuring that the content is appropriate and meaningful for people living with Hepatitis C in the UK and Ireland.
    1,700
  • Liver4life
    Speaker Services of Liver4Life representative at the Gilead sponsored scientific and educational meeting entitled "Viral Hepatitis Symposium 2015" on the topic "Impact of HCV Therapy".
    200
  • Liver4life
    Travel expenses related to Speaker Services: Viral Hepatitis Symposium 2015
    195
  • Liver4life
    Speaker Services of Liver4Life representative at the Gilead sponsored scientific and educational meeting entitled "Viral Hepatitis Symposium February 2016" on the topic "Liver4Life - The Power of the Peer".
    400
  • Liver4life
    Travel expenses related to Speaker Services: Viral Hepatitis Symposium February 2016
    172
  • Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH)
    Oganisational Core Funding enabling MASH to provide preventative measures (condoms), Testing, Hep B vaccinations, Support into treatment for BBV's, to the very vulnerable migrant women from Hungary andd Romania who are sex working.
    4,388
  • MEDFASH
    Organisational Core Funding towards MEDFASH European projects.
    33,310
  • MEDFASH
    Support towards the MEDFASH Sexual Health & HIV Policy e-Bulletin.
    10,000
  • MEDFASH
    Organisational Core Funding towards MEDFASH salaries, overheads and day-today running costs, to support its policy, advocacy and educational activities to:- protect and sustain advances in HIV care and catalyse further improvement , despite structural changes and financial pressures.
    5,000
  • NAM Publications
    Support towards the Factsheets for People Living With HIV covering all main antiretroviral treatments recommended by European and WHO guidelines.
    17,955
  • NAM Publications
    Organisational Core Funding towards delivery of powerful, high quality online resource to advance awareness of viral hepatitis and its treatment, and needs of patients.
    50,000
  • NAM Publications
    Support towards the project "Achieving community consensus regarding role of ARV drugs in preventing HIV transmission"
    5,988
  • NAM Publications
    Support towards the Online and interactive side effect checker allowing patients to id and rank side effects they are experiencing project
    5,500
  • NAM Publications
    Support towards the Community IAS feedback meeting
    4,253
  • NAM Publications
    Support towards the NAM's ARV drug chart
    1,136
  • NAM Publications
    Organisational Core Funding towards the NAM Publications's policy and campaigning work
    50,000
  • National AIDS Trust
    Speaker Services of National AIDS Trust representative at the Gilead Educational meeting entitled "A Positive Journey" on the topic "Ambassadors programme - Understanding social care for an ageing population"
    111
  • National AIDS Trust
    Organisational Core Funding towards the National AIDS Trust's policy and campaigning work
    10,000
  • National AIDS Trust
    Organisational Conference Sponsorship attendance at the 20th International AIDS Conference 20-25 July 2014
    500
  • National Transplant Society of Ireland
    Organisational Conference Sponsorship towards the  Irish Transplant Society Study Day
    1,500
  • NAZ Project London
    Consultancy Services of NAZ Project London representative to chair a Gilead Sciences organised meeting entitled "A Positive Journey"
    300
  • NAZ Project London
    Consulting Services of NAZ Project London through engagement of Joyful Noise Choir to perform at the Singing workshop - Celebrating our journey so far
    1,500
  • NAZ Project London
    Speaker Services of NAZ Project Lond representative at the Gilead sponsored scientific meeting entitled "EMEA Clinical Operations Team Meeting" on the topic "A Personal Testimony of Living with HIV"
    100
  • NAZ Project London
    Support towards the project - Advocating for increased policy change scrutiny and evidence to reduce poor sexual health outcomes in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities
    14,000
  • Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service
    Speaker Services of Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service representative at the Gilead sponsored educational meeting entitled "A Positive  Journey" on the topic "Travelling alone or with friends? Presentation on new research relating to HIV positive ageing and social isolation"
    63
  • Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service
    Travel expenses related to A Positive Journey Meeting 21 May 2016
    74
  • Positive East
    Speaker Services of Positive East representative at the Gilead sponsored educational meeting entitled "A Positive  Journey" on the topic "Travelling alone or with friends? Presentation on new research relating t HIV positive ageing and social isolation"
    63
  • Positive East
    Support towards HIV Testing and linkage to care targeting MSM and black African communities in East London
    16,258
  • Positive East
    Organisational Core Funding towards core work with primary aim to increase the health and wellbeing of PLWHIV and affected by HIV
    5,000
  • Positively UK
    Speaker Services of Positively UK representative at the Gilead sponsored educational meeting entitled "A Positive  Journey" on the topic "Travelling alone or with friends? Presentation on new research relating t HIV positive ageing and social isolation"
    117
  • Positively UK
    Organisational Conference Sponsorship towards the AIDS Quilt Memorial Ceremony
    1,500
  • Positively UK
    Collaboration with Positively UK on Patient Information Campaign 'My HIV, My Rule, My Journey'
    650
  • Positively UK
    Support towards Positively UK in partnership with The Food Chain development of a tool to holistically assess the needs of people living with HIV across physical, emotional and social well-being. The tool will be implemented across both organisations and shared across the HIV sector.
    10,000
  • Positively UK
    Organisational Core funding towards the strategic planning of Positively UK in light of the current economic, financial and healthcare landscape, the changing needs of people living with HIV and changes to the HIV and voluntary sector.  The review will enable Positively UK to develop collaborations with other agencies to secure services and organisations that may be lost within the current environment of funding constraints and cuts, ensure, develop new services addressing an aging population, people living with co-morbidities and at risk of dropping out of care, and continue to promote the voice of people living with HIV
    7,000
  • Positively UK
    Support towards engagement of a researcher on a short-term contract to organise and co-facilitate a focus group with people aged 50+, compile notes of the focus group alongside notes of groups with women, gay men and the African community, working with external researcher to analyse the results and compile a final report for project based on focus groups and online questionnaire. 
    2,000
  • Saving Lives
    Support towards the Testing for HIV in MSM and Black African/Afro Caribbeans in Birmingham: The role of social media, targeted health promotion and postal home sampling project. Funding to enable Saving Lives UK to roll out a health promotion strategy targeted specifiacally at MSM and the Black African and Black Caribbean communities - key demographics in Birmingham which would benefit from testing in alternative settings
    25,000
  • Terrence Higgins Trust
    Support towards the Increasing HIV testing in Primary Care through the provision of on-line home HIV sampling project. This project forms part of a wider 'HIV in Primary care' project that Terrence Higgins Trust is working on in partnership with the Royal College of General Practitioners which aims to increase HIV testing in primary care, design and deliver HIV-related GP training to support better management of HIV and deliver and evaluate a shared care model for HIV which better integrates primary and secondary care services
    14,430
  • Terrence Higgins Trust
    Support towards the Lost to Follow Up Pilot Scheme in Partnership with Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust.
    7,624
  • Terrence Higgins Trust
    Support towards the Terrence Higgins Trust's project "Evaluating health economic impact of nurse-led community based HIV treatment and care sevices".
    6,000
  • Thames Valley Positive Support
    Support towards the Thames Valley Positive Support project "Positive Futures" to help long term diagnosed (LTD) services users by pairing each LTD with a volunteer mentor who can reduce isolation, help them identify skills and contribute to society.
    5,000
  • The Food Chain (UK) LTD
    Organisational Core Funding towards sustaining the delivery and evaluation of current services such as relationships with Health and social care practitioners, developing joint working options with fellow HIV charity Positively UK and gathering user data.
    5,000
  • The Health Equality and Rights Organisation t/a GMFA
    Support towards the GMFA project "European ChemSex Forum, with frontline staff training", to share international experience, especially history of syndemics within each region and responses to it, psychiatric responses to ChemSex consequences, adapt existing regional services to be ChemSex efficient and share good practices.
    35,016
  • The Health Equality and Rights Organisation t/a GMFA
    Support towards the ChemSex Forum organised by ReShape, 56 Dean Street, International HIV Partnerships and GMFAProject Funding: IHP ChemSex Forum. A preliminary intelligence gathering and networking event aiming to provide a platform to engage in international, cross-sector, multi-disciplinary dialogue and discussions around ChemSex – defined by the use of specific drugs ("Chems") in a sexual context by Men who have Sex with Men (MSM), Transgender people and any other population disproportionately affected by HIV, hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted infections.
    15,000
  • The Health Equality and Rights Organisation t/a GMFA
    "Support towards the GMFA project ""Viral closet campaign & advocates programme"" which aims at encouraging more HIV positive men to 'come out of the viral closet' and be open about ther status, by doing this, the GMFA wants to challenge the stigma that many feel, using the campaign to encourage a new, fresh dialogue about what it means to be living with HIV in the treatment era. resources for gay and bisexual men."
    7,500
  • The Sussex Beacon
    Gilead Sciences and The Sussex Beacon collaboration on Patient Information Campaign 'My HIV, My Rule, My Journey'
    1,000
  • Waverley Care Solas
    Support towards the Waverley Care African Health project "Know Your Status" which focuses on significantly increasing the number of Africans living in Glasgow and Lothian areas, who know their HIV status and have the information and support to manage HIV prevention , whatever their HIV status, which will be achieved through an intensive drive to deliver HIV testing for Africans in community settings in two cities, alongside good information and support.
    9,853
  • WMUK - Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinaemia
    Support towards the continued roll out of Waldenstrom's Macroglobulonaemia's  registry and development of online self reporting of patient and reported outcomes, with support of DNA testing biobank and trials hub
    4,500


EMEA Headquarters

  • Grant Recipient
    Description of Activity
    Amount Funded
  • Thalassaemia International Federation
    Grant funding to support a programme to educate and empower multi-transfused patients around viral hepatitis, including transmission routes, prevention of acquisition and treatment options.
    € 81,344.00
  • ICF AIDS Foundation East-West
    Grant funding to support an intervention model to ensure adherence to HIV and hepatitis C treatment to improve quality of life for women living with HIV in Kiev.
    € 49,980.00
  • World Hepatitis Alliance
    Grant funding to support the World Hepatitis Alliance's core activities.
    £250,000.00
  • NAM Publications
    Grant funding to support the revision of the community consensus statement in line with clinical developments.
    £5,998.00
  • Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe
    Grant funding towards improved collaboration and good practice sharing related to HIV/AIDS amongst non-governmental organisations, networks, policymakers and other stakeholders with the aim of ensuring that HIV/AIDS policies and programmes are effective and meaningful.
    € 15,505.00
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Grant funding to support a study that looks at the implementation of national policies on hepatitis B and hepatitis C in Europe.
    € 75,000.00
  • CLL Advocates Network (CLLAN)
    Grant funding to support the creation of a platform to facilitate best practice sharing between countries, collate tools and resources, engage patient organisations into a network and engage patient advocates supporting CLL patient groups.
    € 15,000.00
  • Medical Foundation for HIV & Sexual Health (MEDFASH)
    Grant funding to support MEDFASH's core activities in 2016.
    £33,310.00
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI's core activities in 2016.
    £121,462.00
  • European Liver Patients' Association (ELPA)
    Grant funding to support ELPA's core activities in 2016.
    € 254,000.00
  • European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG)
    Grant funding to support EATG's core activities in 2016.
    € 418,495.00
  • International HIV Partnerships (IHP)
    Grant funding to support IHP's core activities in 2016.
    £76,431.00
  • Leukemia Patient Advocates Foundation
    Grant funding to support the MPN Horizons meeting in 2016.
    € 30,000.00
  • HepActive
    Grant funding to support Bulgarian patients eligible for DAA treatment with access to PCR RNA test (polymerase chain reaction for viral load) without hospitalisation.
    € 72,360.00
  • Stichting AIDS Fonds - STOP AIDS NOW!
    Grant funding to support an initiative to encourage HIV positive individuals to enter into care earlier in the course of their infection and decrease the number of patientes presenting late for care.
    € 200,000.00
  • International Network on Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU)
    Grant funding to support a campaign to improve access to treatment for all people diagnosed with hepatitis C.
    € 31,450.00
  • Foundation for Patients with Liver Diseases
    Grant funding to support the development of a screening tool for hepatitis B and hepatitis C, the building of a webpage containing information about HBV and HCV and the promotion of screening initiatives amongst Hungarian HCPs.
    € 81,000.00
  • NAM Publications
    Grant funding to support the development and maintenance of the infohep website.
    € 50,000.00
  • Regenboog Group
    Grant funding to support the education of and improved access to hepatitis C services amongst people who use drugs.
    € 181,000.00
  • Addington Afro-Ethnic Health Promotion Group (AAEGRO)
    Grant funding to support increasing the skills and knowledge of AAEGRO's staff on how to engage with muslim communities around HIV awareness, testing and treatment support.
    £500.00
  • European Patients Forum (EPF)
    Grant funding to support EPF's 2016 work programme to strengthen the patient perspective in EU health-related policy, programmes and decision-making through patent advocacy.
    € 20,000.00
  • European African Treatment Advocates' Network (EATAN)
    Grant funding to support a training programme of 30 treatment advocates from across Europe regarding how to effectively engage at a strategic level on key issues impacting health outcomes for African migrants in Europe.
    € 19,970.00
  • European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG)
    Grant funding to support a community workshop focussed on scientific research for a long-term remission on HIV infection.
    € 5,000.00
  • ADHARA
    Grant funding to support a programme for the prevention and early detection of HIV and viral hepatitis through community awareness and outreach activities during the European HIV-hepatitis testing week 2016.
    € 10,014.00
  • European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG)
    Grant funding to support EATG's November 2016 community scientific meetings to address the HIV/HCV community’s need for information to increase community awareness.
    € 24,000.00
  • East Europe and Central Asia Union of People Living with HIV (ECUO)
    Grant funding to support ECUO's East European and Central Asian Community Advisory Board meeting in November 2016.
    $15,000.00
  • NAM Publications
    Grant funding to support an initiative to address issues of living with HIV long-term, such as life expectancy, co-morbidities and side-effects of HIV treatments.
    £50,000.00
  • HIV Scotland
    Grant funding to support awareness activities and access to HIV testing during HIV testing week Scotland 2016.
    £3,000.00
  • Projecte dels NOMS-Hispanosida (PDN)
    Grant funding to support PDN's awareness and testing activities during the European HIV-hepatitis testing week 2016.
    € 7,941.67
  • JUSTRI
    Grant funding to support JUSTRI's medical student HIV trainings in Serbia and Romania in 2016.
    £33,100.00
  • Treat.info
    Grant funding to support Treat.info's website, an online resource for people living with HIV who are thinking of starting treatment.
    € 49,300.00
  • Grupo de Ativistas em Tratamentos (GAT)
    Grant funding to support GAT's activities during European HIV-hepatitis testing week 2015.
    € 9,842.00
  • ADHARA
    Grant funding to support a programme for the prevention and early detection of HIV and viral hepatitis through community awareness and outreach activities during the European HIV-hepatitis testing week 2015.
    € 9,997.00
  • Apoyo Positivo
    Grant funding to support Apoyo Positivo's activities during European HIV-hepatitis testing week 2015.
    € 6,000.00
  • Projecte dels NOMS-Hispanosida (PDN)
    Grant funding to support PDN's awareness and testing activities during the European HIV-hepatitis testing week 2016.
    € 8,000.00
  • Gay Alliance
    Grant funding to support increased access to HBV and hepatitis C rapid tests at the organisation's center.
    € 9,610.00
  • European African Treatment Advocates' Network (EATAN)
    Grant funding to support establishing structures and systems to facilitate involvement of HIV patients from ethnic minorities across Europe in addressing health inequalities, promoting early diagnosis and access to treatment.
    € 13,050.00
  • NAM Publications
    Grant funding to support a factsheet on antiretroviral treatment for people living with HIV across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
    £17,955.00
  • Lymphoma Coalition
    Grant funding to support creating the Lyphoma Story in Europe as a resource to provide reliable information on issues facing lymphoma patients as well as outcomes at regional and national levels in Europe.
    € 43,000.00
  • Health Equality and Rights Organisation
    Grant funding to support the European ChemSex Forum 2015.
    £35,016.00
  • International HIV Partnerships (IHP)
    Grant funding to support a European meeting focussed on community testing, knowledge exchange and best practice sharing related to HIV/AIDS.
    € 5,000.00


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