Historical Patient Organization Spend United Kingdom

2016 – UK&I affiliate

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
African Advocacy Foundation (AAF) Support for the African Advocacy Foundation’s New Perspective Campaign Project, a PR/media programme that will provide a platform for African 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 African communities to access HIV services equitably. 7,500
African 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 African 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 Trust 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 blood 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 members and carers in 2016/17 – the helpline, publications, website and online support forum that do not receive government 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 as 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 lowering 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 mentor service users through workshops including variety of opportunities to explore arts & crafts, mindfulness, meditation, 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 Support 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 Support 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 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 and 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-to-day 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 London 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 to 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 to 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

2016 – EMEA Headquarters

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 patients 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 patient 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 focused 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 focused on community testing, knowledge exchange and best practice sharing related to HIV/AIDS. € 5,000.00

2015 – UK&I affiliate

Recipient Description of Activity Amount Funded (GBP £)
Addaction Addaction Recovery Conference & Elimination Project 7000
Addaction Pilot project providing workforce development, peer support and buddying 4500
Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) Core Funding 5000
African Health Policy Network Core Funding 8000
African Health Policy Network Delivery of series of “Positive Conversations” meetings 2000
African Health Policy Network Speaker services for “Positive Conversations” programme 150
African Health Policy Network Speaker services for World AIDS Day meeting 75
AIDS West, Ireland Development of AIDS West Youth Board € 2,500
Airedale Voluntary Drug and Alcohol Agency (Project 6) HCV Community Treatment Project 14758
Airedale Voluntary Drug and Alcohol Agency (Project 6) Core Funding 5000
Body & Soul “Beyond Boundaries” Project 11268
Body & Soul “Nurturing Success” Peer Support Project 10000
British Liver Trust Core Funding 10000
Cara Trust Core Funding 5000
Centre for All Families Positive Health Consultant services at Community Advisory Board 250
Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) Core Funding 10000
Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) Speaker services at “Young Advocates” meeting 368
CLL Support Association Core Funding 20000
CLL Support Association Consultancy services for Patient video 200
Cystic Fibrosis Trust Sponsorship for 2015 Cystic Fibrosis Conference 9000
Cystic Fibrosis Trust Sponsorship for 2014 Cystic Fibrosis Conference (delayed payment) 4200
Dublin AIDS Alliance, Ireland Consultancy services at Community Advisory Board € 860
Freshwinds “Active Voices” Project 8800
Haemophilia Society Core Funding 10000
Hepatitis C Trust Core Funding including community testing and linkage to care initiative 100000
Hepatitis C Trust “HCV Action” project 34100
Hepatitis C Trust Core Funding 30000
Hepatitis C Trust Sponsorship for World Hepatitis Day Patients’ Conference 2250
Hepatitis C Trust Speaker services at Drug Worker Forum 460
Herts Aid Core Funding 5000
HIV i-Base Limited Treatment Support and Information Service 8000
HIV Scotland Core Funding 10000
HIV Scotland Support of website”National Involvement Champions” project 10000
International HIV Partnership Consultant services at Community Advisory Board 728
Liver4life “I’m not too sexy to get tested” campaign 112600
Liver4life Speaker services at Gilead conference 273
MASH (Manchester Action on Street Health) Core Funding 5000
MASH (Manchester Action on Street Health) Core Funding 10000
NAM Aidsmap Core funding for distribution of materials 3800
NAT (National AIDS Trust) Core Funding 10000
NAT (National AIDS Trust) “Parliamentary Spotlight Briefings” project 15226
NAT (National AIDS Trust) Sponsorship for “HIV in the future NHS” conference 18698
NAZ Sexual Health Organisation Core Funding 5000
NAZ Sexual Health Organisation Sponsorship for “NAZ noscars event” 50000
NAZ Sexual Health Organisation Speaker services for Gilead meeting 100
Positively UK “Young Advocates Meeting” attendance sponsorship 275
Positively UK Sponsorship of “National Conference of People living with HIV” 3500
River House Trust Consultant services at Community Advisory Board 250
Salamander Trust “Young Advocates Meeting” attendance sponsorship 300
Society of the Sacred Mission – St Antony ‘s Priory – Durham Gardening for well-being Project 2100
Sophia Forum Core Funding 5000
Terrence Higgins Trust Core Funding 10000
Terrence Higgins Trust “Nurse-led community based HIV treatment evaluation” project 5000
Terrence Higgins Trust “Lost to Follow-up” pilot project 12707
The Food Chain Core Funding 5000
GMFA (Gay Men’s Health Charity) Support for GMFA Website survey 500
UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB) IAS Conference attendance sponsorship 500
UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB) Support for UK-CAB Meeting logistics 3000
UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB) “Young Advocates Meeting” attendance sponsorship 138
Waverley Care Consultant services at Community Advisory Board 189
Waverley Care Core Funding 10000
Waverley Care EACS Conference attendance sponsorship 300
Waverley Care “Hepatitis C Befriending Service” project 4000
WMUK (Waldenstrom Macroglobulinaemia UK) Support for WMUK research database 5000

2015 – EMEA Headquarters

Recipient Description of Activity Amount Funded
World Hepatitis Alliance 2015 Core Funding £250,000.00
European AIDS Treatment Group 2015 Core Funding € 200,000.00
Hepatitis B and C Public Policy Association asbl 2015 Core Funding € 180,000.00
Projecte dels-NOMS Hispanosida HIV incidence groups through risk factors in MSM € 6,900.00
Cystic Fibrosis Course Managing the care of children and adults with cystic fibrosis: Maintaining the online course for a two year period £41,067.00
NAM Publications European HIV Prevention Network € 35,000.00
De Regenboog Groep Correlation Hepatitis C Initiative – European Platform for HCV and Drug Use € 100,000.00
Grupo Portugues de Activistas sobre Tratamentos de VIH/SIDA Pedro Santos Community Based Testing Network € 49,190.00
AIDS Fonds – STOP AIDS NOW – Soa AIDS Nederlands The HIV in Europe Initiative € 200,000.00
International Charitable Foundation “International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine” Access of HCV Treatment for most at risk populations $ 92,508.00
Associazione EpaC onlus – Italian Liver Patient Association New era on hepatitis treatments € 45,000.00
Plus Onlus “Stop Transmission!” Diagnosing HIV infection and other STIs earlier through community testing and achieving undetectable viral load faster through better linkage to care in a group of MSM at high risk in Northern Italy € 41,000.00
De Regenboog Groep Viral Hepatitis in Europe – preparation of an application to EC Sante health programme € 30,000.00
European Patients’ Forum EPF’s Annual Work Programme 2015 € 20,000.00
Real People Real Vision 1. Enhancing Capacities of the PLWHIV Community; 2. Advocate the rights of Drug User and PLWHIV communities through improving legislation base in Georgia – The Global Fund project that have been implementing in coordination with National Centre for Disease € 88,027.00
European Patients’ Forum Grant funding: “Empowering European Patient Organisations to grow and deliver” € 20,000.00
International HIV Partnerships CheckPoints: Beyond centres for VCT € 5,000.00
International HIV Partnerships European ChemSex Forum, with frontline staff training £35,016.00
Lymphoma Coalition Lymphoma Story in Europe € 43,000.00
NAM Publications ARV Drug Factsheets for People with HIV across EMENA £17,995.00
European African Treatment Advocates Network (EATAN) EATAN for HIV Patients £15,675.00
Public Organization “Gay-Alliance” Increased access to rapid diagnosis for HBV and HCV at the community center of NGO € 9,610.00
Projecte dels-NOMS Hispanosida European HIV-Hepatitis testing week 2015 € 8,000.00
Apoyo Positivo European Testing Week Campaign & ChemSex Train the Trainers € 6,000.00
ADHARA, community centre for HIV/AIDS and STIs Strengthening of activities and awareness campaigns developed by ADHARA during the European HIV/Hepatitis Testing Week as a means to strengthen our early detection programme and awareness activities € 9,997.00
Grupo Portugues de Activistas sobre Tratamentos de VIH/SIDA Pedro Santos HIV/HCV Testing Week 2015 € 9,842.00
Treat.info Treat.info € 49,300.00
JUSTRI Limited JUSTRI Medical Students HIV trainings, Serbia Dec 17th and Romania Dec 19th 2015 £33,100.00
Charitable Foundation “Svecha” Capacity building of communities of women living with HIV on protection of their reproductive rights € 4,983.00
Public Foundation “Cairos” Raising awareness and knowledge about treatment and prevention of HIV infection, hepatitis C and tuberculosis among the special caste of prisoners € 2,196.00
Apoyo Positivo Positive Support: Capacity Building Courses on HIV, Hepatitis and Sexual Rights € 5,000.00
Action Against AIDS Survey on HIV treatment, HIV testing, PrEP and PEP in the Balkan region € 5,000.00
Self Help Club “Life+” To support the “Angel in your Pocket” project € 4,722.77
CAHIV – Croatian Association for HIV and Viral Hepatitis Aging Positively: Access to comprehensive care for aging with HIV € 49,638.00
Q-Club Active, healthy aging with HIV € 23,890.00
JUSTRI Limited Aging well with HIV – a support resource £45,315.00
Lluita Contra la Side Foundation Pilot study to assess the impact of a mobile health application (App) on clinical outcomes and satisfaction of older HIV-Infected patients, as an emerging tool for care, education and prevention € 135,000.00
SEISIDA (Spanish AIDS Interdisciplinary Society) Influence of self perception of aging on health and on the psychological well-being of older people with HIV € 72,150.00
Cystic Fibrosis Europe (CFE) CFE’s Education & Awareness Raising Platform € 15,000.00
Fungal Infection Trust An e-learning course in fungal microscopy for all healthcare specialists/laboratory workers £84,424.00
European Cystic Fibrosis Society (ECFS) ECFS Patient Registry € 50,000.00
Dutch Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (NCFS) Coaching for parents with a child with Cystic Fibrosis € 14,390.00
European Cystic Fibrosis Society (ECFS) Translating the online Cystic Fibrosis course into Russian £16,082.00
European Federation for Prison Health – Health Without Barriers (HWB) Prison and Hepatitis C in Europe (PrHep-EU2) – diagnosis and management of chronic hepatitis c in inmate patients: a European follow-up working model € 155,000.00
PCEC Albanian Palliative Care and Education Centre Learning to live with Follicular Lymphoma and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia in Albania and Kosovo $ 8,200.00
AJPAS – Associação de Intervenção Comunitária, Desenvolvimento Social e de Saúde Rastrear para Prevenir (Screen to prevent) € 24,328.00
Organización Nacional de Afectados por Hepatitis Virales Promoting screening and vaccination against Hepatitis B virus on risk populations living in Barcelona (Spain) € 6,800.00
European Aids Treatment Group European Community Advisory Boards, Sitges Meeting and HIV Prevention Meeting € 66,000
Terrence Higgins Trust Walk for Life 2015, London, UK £10,000
World Hepatitis Alliance World Hepatitis Advisory Committee, London, UK £4,782
Geneeskundige & Gezondheldsdienst AIDS Impact Conference, Amsterdam July 2015 € 50,500
East Europe and Central Asia Union of People Living with HIV Eastern European and Central Asian Community Advisory Board meeting, Kiev, Ukraine $15,000
Annette Piecha – Kompetenznetz Attendance at the European Aids Clinical Society Conference € 1,324.50
Kompetenznetz HIV / Aids Annette Piecha – Recording video of discussing personal experience of living with HIV and Hep C € 1,425.00
Crime Reduction Initiative Colin Hollis – video recording of personal experience of living with Hep C, to be shown at the EASL Congress in Vienna £500
South Staffordshire & Shropshire NHS Foundation Trust Colin Hollis – telephonic interview for purpose of an article feature on Gilead’s internal portal. £200
Baseline Robert Fieldhouse – attend and present at Gilead internal scientific meetings £900
Beyond Positive Magazine Tom Hayes – attend and present at Gilead internal scientific meeting £100
GAT Portugal AIDS Impact symposium: honoraria, travel, catering £1217.04
Plus Onlus App and Website: Reviewing materials and site content £231.81
PROMETHEUS, Greece App and Website: Reviewing materials and site content £161.70
Georgian Harm Reduction Network BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £1121.69
SENS POZITIV ASSOCIATION BBV Champions training: travel (did not end up attending) £302.00
Associação de Jovens Promotores da Amadora Saudável BBV Champions training: accommodation, catering £328.30
Adhara Sevilla BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £858.32
Associação Crescer na Maior BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £746.69
Ath Checkpoint BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £694.21
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £1,055.69
EATG BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £833.69
Positive People Armenian Network BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £803.21
Q-Club BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £717.53
University Hospital for Infectious Diseases BBV Champions training: travel, accommodation, catering £790.56
Kompetenznetz HIV/AIDS e.V Behind the scenes filming: honoraria £322.15
Positive Voice ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, accommodation, catering £745.37
Apoyo Positivo ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, accommodation, catering £1,435.29
CheckpointLX ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, catering £916.98
EATG ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, catering £1,183.62
Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett ChemSex advisory board – travel, accommodation, catering £360.16
AIDS-Fondet ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, accommodation, catering £824.03
International HIV Partnerships ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, catering £747.59
Lisa Power ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, accommodation, catering £3,406.16
Projektinformation ChemSex advisory board – honorarium, travel, catering £930.75
Action Against AIDS EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
AVAC’s PxROAR Europe programme EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
BASELINE EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
BCN Checkpoint EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments x2 £70.00
Bristol Volunteers Project EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Carousel EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
CheckpointLX EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
EATG EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments x7 £245.00
EATG EACS Community feedback meeting: Honoraria x 1 £394.12
EVA EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Fundacja Edukacji Społecznej EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
GAT Portugal EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Gay Alliance EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
GTT EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
HIVoice EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
ITPCru EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Medical University of Karaganda EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
National Institute of Gynecology EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Organization Against Drugs EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Plus Onlus EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Positive People Armenian Network EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Positive voice EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £95.00
Prevention SIDA EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Q-Club EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Sensoa EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments x2 £70.00
SEVT Consultancy EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet, refreshments and honoraria x1 £535.00
University Hospital for Infectious Diseases EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Volle Maan EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet, refreshments and honoraria x1 £429.12
Action Against AIDS EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Anlaids EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Bristol Volunteers Project EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Carousel EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
EVA EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
GAT Portugal EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Gay Alliance EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
GTT EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
HIVoice EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
ITPCru EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Medical University of Karaganda EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
National Institute of Gynecology EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Organization Against Drugs EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Plus Onlus EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Positive People Armenian Network EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Positive voice EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £95.00
Prevention SIDA EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Q-Club EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Sensoa EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments x2 £70.00
SEVT Consultancy EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet, refreshments and honoraria x1 £535.00
University Hospital for Infectious Diseases EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Volle Maan EACS Community feedback meeting: Buffet, refreshments and honoraria x1 £429.12
Action Against AIDS EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Anlaids EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Bristol Volunteers Project EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Carousel EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
EVA EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
GAT Portugal EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Gay Alliance EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
GTT EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
HIVoice EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
ITPCru EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Kompetenznetz HIV/AIDS e.V EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Medical University of Karaganda EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
National Institute of Gynecology EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Noak’s Ark Foundation EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Organization Against Drugs EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Plus Onlus EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Positive People Armenian Network EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Prevention SIDA EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Q-Club EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
University Hospital for Infectious Diseases EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
Waverley Care EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments £35.00
BCN Checkpoint EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments x2 £70.00
Sensoa EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments x2 £70.00
Positive voice EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments x3 £105.00
EATG EACS Community reception meeting: Buffet and refreshments x7 £245.00
BCN Checkpoint EACS Community reception meeting: Honoraria £472.95
SEVT Consultancy EASL community feedback meeting – prep honoraria for speaking (meeting was later cancelled) £200.00
Hepactive, Bulgaria EASL community reception – buffet £40.00
Centre for Health & Infectious Disease Research, Sweden EASL community reception – buffet £40.00
Deutsches Hepatitis C Forum e.V. EASL community reception – buffet £40.00
PROMETHEUS, Greece EASL community reception – buffet £40.00
Deutsche Leberhilfe e.V., Germany EASL community reception – buffet £40.00
EATG EASL community reception – buffet £40.00
Dutch Liver Patients Association, Netherlands EASL community reception – buffet x2 attendees £80.00
ELPA EASL community reception – buffet x2 attendees £80.00
HRONOS EASL community reception – buffet x2 attendees £80.00
Correlation network EASL community reception – honoraria for speaking £522.29
Correlation network EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £588.85
Bristol Volunteers Project EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £630.85
Carousel EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £579.85
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £979.85
EVA EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £750.85
GAT Portugal EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £606.85
Gay Alliance EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £550.85
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £564.05
HIVoice EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £578.85
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £477.85
ITPCru EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £676.85
Medical University of Karaganda EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £781.85
National Institute of Gynecology EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £769.95
Organization Against Drugs EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £636.85
Plus Onlus EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £549.85
Positive People Armenian Network EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £701.85
Positive Voice EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £550.85
Prevention SIDA EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £351.85
Q-Club EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £607.85
University hospital for infectious diseases EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £557.85
EATG EATG STEP-UP Module 2 (x4 trainers): honoraria, catering, travel, accommodation £5,922.32
Action Against AIDS EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £987.34
Bristol Volunteers Project EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £766.34
Carousel EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £760.34
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,018.34
EVA EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £668.34
GAT Portugal EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £829.34
Gay Alliance EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £603.34
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £696.34
HIVoice EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £964.34
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £799.34
ITPCru EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £675.34
Medical University of Karaganda EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £817.34
National Institute of Gynecology EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £742.34
Organization Against Drugs EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £687.34
Plus Onlus EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £740.34
Positive People Armenian Network EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £716.34
Positive Voice EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £670.34
Prevention SIDA EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £720.34
Q-Club EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £541.34
University hospital for infectious diseases EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £772.34
EATG EATG STEP-UP Module 3 (x3 trainers): honoraria, catering, travel, accommodation £4,798.71
Action Against AIDS EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £624.02
Bristol Volunteers Project EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £790.02
Carousel EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £703.02
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £987.93
EVA EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £683.21
GAT Portugal EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £752.21
Gay Alliance EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £678.21
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £702.93
HIVoice EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £672.02
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £616.02
ITPCru EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £737.21
Medical University of Karaganda EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,009.02
National Institute of Gynecology EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £841.02
Organization Against Drugs EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £639.02
Plus Onlus EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £589.02
Positive People Armenian Network EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £999.65
Positive Voice EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £633.21
Prevention SIDA EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £714.02
Q-Club EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £580.02
University hospital for infectious diseases EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £639.02
EATG EATG STEP-UP Module 4 (x4 trainers): honoraria, catering, travel, accommodation £6,825.11
Action Against AIDS EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,312.64
Bristol Volunteers Project EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,231.01
Carousel EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,075.01
Daycare Center for HIV+ Children EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,466.64
EVA EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,335.01
GAT Portugal EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,032.01
Gay Alliance EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,193.01
Georgian Harm Reduction Network EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,119.01
HIVoice EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,235.01
Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (HIV Department) EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £909.01
ITPCru EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,202.01
Medical University of Karaganda EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,328.01
National Institute of Gynecology EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,279.01
Organization Against Drugs EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,235.01
Plus Onlus EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,253.01
Positive People Armenian Network EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,138.01
Positive Voice EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,142.01
Prevention SIDA EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,077.01
Q-Club EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,136.01
University hospital for infectious diseases EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x1 participant): catering, travel, accommodation £1,330.01
EATG EATG STEP-UP Module 5 (x4 trainers): honoraria, catering, travel, accommodation £8,331.03
Association of Liver Patients Care ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,313.00
HRONOS ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,596.00
Hepar Centre Bitola ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,592.00
NGO Hepta ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,495.00
The Chronic Viral Hepatitis Patients Association ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,878.00
Croatian Association of Treated and Ill with Hepatitis (CATIH) Hepatos ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,473.00
Hetz Israeli Association for Liver Health ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,878.00
Slovenian Association for Hepatitis ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,124.00
APAH-RO ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,542.00
HEPYASAM SPORT ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,453.00
PROMETHEUS, Greece ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £930.50
British Liver Trust ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £856.00
Deutsche Leberhilfe e.V., Germany ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £836.00
ELPA ELPA Module 1 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x4 delegates and honoraria for meeting 1 trainers and year 1 steering committee £16,019.00
Hetz Israeli Association for Liver Health ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £3,009.50
Slovenian Association for Hepatitis ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,038.50
HRONOS ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,245.50
Hepar Centre Bitola ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,347.50
The Chronic Viral Hepatitis Patients Association ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £1,811.50
NGO Hepta ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,147.50
Association of Liver Patients Care ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x3 delegates £4,913.00
Croatian Association of Treated and Ill with Hepatitis (CATIH) Hepatos ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,047.50
APAH-RO ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £2,819.50
HEPYASAM SPORT ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,149.70
Children’s Liver Disease Foundation ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,436.70
Riksföreningen Hepatitis C ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,158.70
PROMETHEUS, Greece ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,461.50
British Liver Trust ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,183.50
World Hepatitis Alliance ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,675.70
SEVT Consultancy ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £1,739.50
ELPA ELPA Module 2 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x3 delegates and honoraria for meeting 2 trainers £8,346.00
Hetz Israeli Association for Liver Health ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £1,980.00
Slovenian Association for Hepatitis ELPA Module 3 – Accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £302.00
HRONOS ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £753.00
Hepar Centre Bitola ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £976.00
The Chronic Viral Hepatitis Patients Association ELPA Module 3 – accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £604.00
NGO Hepta ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £840.00
Croatian Association of Treated and Ill with Hepatitis (CATIH) Hepatos ELPA Module 3 – Accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £302.00
Association of Liver Patients Care ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x3 delegates £2,470.00
APAH-RO ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x2 delegates £1,416.00
HEPYASAM SPORT ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £881.00
PBC Foundation ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £712.35
PROMETHEUS, Greece ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £791.00
Children’s Liver Disease Foundation ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x1 delegates £783.00
ELPA ELPA Module 3 – Flights, accommodation, lunch, dinner and transfer x5 delegates and honoraria for meeting 3 trainers £7,615.00
Associação Portuguesa contra a Leucemia (APCL) Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: accommodation, travel, catering, honorarium £1,500.80
Stichting Hematon Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: honoraria, accommodation, travel, catering £971.97
CLL Futures Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: honoraria, travel £872.50
Leukaemia Patients Advocates Foundation (LePAF) Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: honoraria, travel, catering £1,894.74
Lymphoma Association Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: honoraria, travel, catering £369.25
Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: honorarium, catering £345.00
Patient Empowerment Network Gilead community advisory board meeting: Establishing a CLL European Network: honoraria, travel, catering, accommodation £1,222.08
Kompetenznetz HIV/AIDS e.V Going Beyond Undetectable website: Involvement as patient case study for the website £231.81
BASELINE Going Beyond Undetectable website: Involvement as patient case study for the website £300.00
BCN Checkpoint Going Beyond Undetectable website: Involvement as patient case study for the website £503.78
Noak’s Ark Foundation Going Beyond Undetectable website: Involvement as patient case study for the website £174.21
GTT Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £282.02
Hellenic Liver Patient Association “Prometheus” Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £235.07
National Patients’ Organisation Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £58.77
SOS Hepatites (Portugal) Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £35.26
Swedish Haemophilia Society Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £152.44
National Patients’ Organisation Innovation meeting (meeting did not take place and was rescheduled to February 2016) – accommodation, rescheduled travel, prep honoraria, food before meeting £604.69
Lithuanian Cancer Patient Coalition Innovation meeting (meeting did not take place and was rescheduled to February 2016) – Preparation honoraria £224.06
Leukaemia Patients Advocates Foundation (LePAF) Innovation meeting (meeting did not take place and was rescheduled to February 2016) – rescheduled travel home from Paris after cancellation of the Innovation meeting £161.93
Adhara Sevilla Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £282.02
EpaC Onlus Hepatitis C: Innovation meeting mid-year review – honoraria for active participation £345.08
AIDS Fonds Long-term health ad board: catering , honoraria, flights £1,250.06
BCN Checkpoint Long-term health ad board: honoraria, travel, accommodation, catering £1,645.37
BASELINE Long-term health ad board: honoraria, travel, accommodation, catering £1,498.00
Fundacja Edukacji Społecznej Long-term health ad board: travel. Accommodation, catering £529.00
GAT Portugal Long-term health ad board: honoraria, travel, accommodation, catering £2,093.95
HIV Europe Long-term health ad board: Travel, accommodation, catering £1,395.52
NAM aidsmap Long-term health ad board: honoraria, catering £1,608.00
NAM aidsmap Long-term health ad board: honoraria, travel, accommodation, catering £2,162.95
PROMETHEUS, Greece Long-term health ad board: Travel, accommodation, honoraria £1,480.76
SEVT Consultancy Long-term health ad board: honoraria, catering £1,383.00
Projecte Del NOMS MDT Advisory board: Honoraria x2, accommodation x2, travel x2, lunch and dinner at meeting x2 £2,539.64
NAM aidsmap MDT Advisory board: Honoraria x2, lunch at meeting x3 £2,287.00
NAM aidsmap MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, accommodation, travel, lunch and dinner at meeting £1,115.24
Fundacja Edukacji Społecznej MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, accommodation, travel, lunch and dinner at meeting £1,347.85
GAT Portugal MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, accommodation, travel, lunch and dinner at meeting £1,502.54
Plus Onlus MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, accommodation, travel, lunch and dinner at meeting £1,463.47
Volle Maan MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, accommodation, travel, lunch and dinner at meeting £1,497.82
HIV Europe MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, accommodation, travel, lunch at meeting £1,246.10
BASELINE MDT Advisory board: Honoraria, lunch and dinner at meeting £841.50
Associação Portuguesa contra a Leucemia (APCL) Patient and Carer Materials in CLL advisory board: Honoraria, travel, DDR £849.57
CLL Advocates Network Patient and Carer Materials in CLL advisory board: Honoraria, travel, DDR £711.50
CML patients organization, Israel Patient and Carer Materials in CLL advisory board: Honoraria, travel, DDR £2,297.23
European LeukemiaNet (ELN) Foundation Patient and Carer Materials in CLL advisory board: Honoraria, travel, DDR £704.00
Noak’s Ark Foundation Unmet need in HIV ad board: honoraria, accommodation, travel, catering £960.00
Moritz Krehl Deutsche Leberhilfe e.V., Germany Unmet need in HIV ad board: honoraria, catering, travel £1,258.44
BCN Checkpoint Unmet need in HIV ad board: honoraria, travel, accommodation, catering £2,622.74
Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) Unmet need in HIV ad board: honoraria, travel, catering £829.00
Kompetenznetz HIV/AIDS e.V Unmet need in HIV ad board: travel, honoraria £1,236.45
beyondpositive App and Website: Reviewing materials and site content £100.00

2014 – UK&I affiliate

Recipient Description of Activity Amount Funded (£/€)
African Advocacy Foundation Awareness programme Support £9,366.00
Actionplus Foundation Awareness programme Support £2,900.00
Children’s HIV Association (CHIVA) Education Support £13,673.00
Community Health Action Trust Project funding £3,000.00
Freshwinds Support of HIV engagement programme £3,000.00
HIV I-Base Support of Community Meetings £7,500.00
Mildmay Mission Hospital Support of Mildmay Activities £5,500.00
NAM Grant for distribution of Materials £750.00
NAM Website Support £10,000.00
NAZ HIV Awarness Event £20,000.00
NAZ HIV Awareness and Support Programme £5,000.00
Positive East Core Funding £4,500.00
Reform Core funding £5,000.00
Sophia Forum Core Funding £5,000.00
Tackle Africa Core Funding £3,000.00
THT Core funding £10,000.00
African Health Policy Network Core funding € 10,000.00
Catholics for AIDS Prevention & Support Core funding € 5,000.00
MEDFASH Core funding £5,000.00
NAT Core funding £10,000.00
Positive Help Core funding £3,000.00
Positively UK Core funding £15,000.00
The Cara Trust Core funding £5,000.00
The Food Chain Core funding £3,000.00
The Groundswell Trust Core funding £3,000.00
Addaction Community Treatment Programme £5,000.00
Irish Haemophilia Society Core Funding € 10,000.00
Hep B Foundation Core Funding £5,000.00
Project 6 HCV Treatment for drug users project £14,758.00
Release Core Funding £9,924.00
Waverley Care Core Funding £5,000.00
CHILDREN WITH CANCER IN MALAWI Project to create antifungal stewardship for children with cancer £19,900.00
The Lymphoma Association Support of website £5,500.00

2014 – EMEA Headquarters

Recipient Description of Activity Amount Funded €
Hellenic Liver Patient Association goSHAPE Viral Hepatitis Grant: HBV Screening in men who have sex with men € 23,500.00
University Hospital for Infectious Diseases goSHAPE HIV Grant: Combining education and improved STD service to help stigmatised HIV infected and MSM population in the region HRK 326000.00
GAT – Portuguese Activist Group on HIV/AIDS goSHAPE Viral Hepatitis Grant: Training for Treatment Advocates – Hepatitis C & co-infection with HIV € 23,328.00
Croatian Association of Treated and Ill with Hepatitis – Hepatos goSHAPE Viral Hepatitis Grant: Mobile InfoHep Centre Croatia HRK 362005
Useful to Albanian Women goSHAPE HIV Grant: Sexual and reproductive health and rights’ education in order to combat HIV spread ALL 6103500.00
Baseline Fee for Robert Fieldhouse to attend and present at a Gilead internal meeting for finance staff in Cork £200.00
School of Medicine & Medical Science, Mater Hospital Fee for Paddy Mallon to attend and present at a Gilead internal meeting for finance staff in Cork € 800.00
Kompetenznetz HIV/AIDS Fee for Annette Piecha to attend and present at a Gilead internal educational and scientific meeting to mark World Hepatitis Day € 500.00
ESCMID Education Subcommittee goSHAPE IFD Grant: ESCMID Summer School 2014, Sweden € 6,570.00
PRAKSIS goSHAPE Viral Hepatitis Grant: Monitoring barriers in accessing treatment and care for people living with hepatitis C € 15,000.00
AIDS Research Institute-IrsiCaixa, Hospital Universitari Germans Trias I Pujol goSHAPE HIV Grant: Viral suppression after early detection of HIV infections and other STI’s and linkage to healthcare for individuals at high risk € 70,000.00
Annette Piecha Expenses for internal World Hepatitis Day meeting € 74.70
Fondazione IRCCS Ca’Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico goSHAPE Oncology Grant: HemInsight – a new way to improve quality of life of patients affected by Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia € 72,500.00
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center goSHAPE Respiratory Grant: Website based educational program on Cystic Fibrosis for community physicians ILS 28800.00
Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry AS CR, v.v.i. Sponsorship to support the Prague Protein Spring 2014 conference $1,000.00
European Patients’ Forum Grant funding: “Empowering European Patient Organisations to grow and deliver” € 20,000.00
European AIDS Treatment Group Sponsorship to support the Sitges VI meeting “Treating people with Hepatitis C virus who have been left behind” € 10,000.00
European AIDS Treatment Group Sponsorship to support the Sitges VII meeting “Hepatitis C treatment: From the pipeline to real life” € 10,000.00
International HIV Partnerships Sponsorship to support a satellite meeting "Challenges and opportunities for community based testing centres" at HIV in Europe’s HepHIV conference € 14,950.00
International Doctors for Healthier Drug Policies Grant funding to increase the global network of physicians for health to become the cornerstone of future drug policy £20,000.00
Professor John Gribben of Medical Oncology Barts Cancer Institute Fee for Prof John Gribben to attend and present at a Gilead internal meeting: "Gilead in Oncology Day" £1,000.00
Professor John Gribben Expenses for attendance at Gilead in Oncology Day £40.00
East Europe and Central Asia Union of People Living with HIV Sponsorship to enable attendance at the Eastern European and Central Asian Community Advisory Board held in Tbilisi, Georgia $15,000.00
Projecte del NOMS-Hispanosida Grant funding for Hepatitis C Screening Programme at Barcelona CheckPoint € 50,480.00
Projecte del NOMS-Hispanosida Grant funding towards European HIV Testing Week activities € 8,000.00
Zurich University, Clinic for Infectious Diseases and Hospital Hygiene Grant funding towards the READY Project CHF 20000.00
Faculdade de Çiéncias Medicas – Universidade Nova de Lisboa goSHAPE IFD Grant: Candidemia biomarkers in septic shock patients € 14,000.00
GAT – Portuguese Activist Group on HIV/AIDS Grant funding for World AIDS Day & European HIV Testing Week activities € 15,000.00
Associazione Epac Onlus Travel expenses for Ivan Gardini to attend advocacy meeting at Stockley Park € 319.27
European AIDS Treatment Group Travel expenses for Brian West and Guilio Corbelli to attend advocacy meeting at Stockley Park € 1,196.00
World Hepatitis Alliance Sponsorship to support the World Hepatitis Summit, Alliance AGM and member workshops £175,000.00
Noaks Ark Grant funding for the HIV 360 Project SEK 400000.00
Q-Club Grant funding towards support services for people living with HIV in Serbia and Western Balkan € 20,070.00
NAM Publications Grant funding for www.infohep.org – a European online resource to advance awareness of viral hepatitis € 50,000.00
NAM Publications Grant funding for Pan-European surveys on healthcare provider communication with people living with HIV £26,135.40
International HIV Partnerships Grant for 2014 core funding £40,000.00
JUSTRI Limited Sponsorship towards the Middle East and North Africa and South East Europe structural planning meeting and the HIV Women’s Mirror Meeting Programme £38,000.00
Treat.info Grant funding towards the Treat.info patient education programme € 47,880.00
CLL Support Association Sponsorship to support the CLLSA Charter Planning Workshop £6,285.00
Plus Onlus Grant funding towards European HIV Testing Week activities € 6,089.02
Apoyo Positivo Grant funding for World AIDS Day & European HIV Testing Week activities € 2,000.00
Universiteit Antwerpen c/o Viral Hepatitis Prevention Board Grant for core funding € 100,000.00
Egyesltett Szent Istvan és Szent Laszio Korhaz goSHAPE HIV Grant: Early HIV, chronic HBV and HCV detection through expanded HIV, HBV and HCV testing in healthcare settings for high prevalence populations HUF 12,000,000.00
AO Papa Giovanni XXIII, Bergamo goSHAPE Viral Hepatitis Grant: COSMOS Project – HCV Testing in Emergency Department € 55,000.00
Lymphoma Coalition Sponsorship to support the 1st Lymphoma Coalition Europe meeting prior to EHA € 35,000.00
Hadassah University Hospital, Department of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Sponsorship to support the European Seminar in Virology $2,000.00
PatientPower.eu Fee for Andrew Schorr to attend and participate in a meeting on care and management of CLL and iNHL € 660.00
Kompetenznetz HIV/AIDS Fee for Annette Piecha to attend and participate in a meeting on treatment as prevention € 500.00
European AIDS Treatment Group Fee for Damian Kelly to attend a Gilead-sponsored educational or scientific meeting "Community Networking Reception" € 200.00
Jes Bundesverband Fee for Dirk Schäffer to attend and participate in a meeting on HCV service provision for people who inject drugs and prisoners across Europe € 300.00
European AIDS Treatment Group Fee for Koen Block to prepare for, attend and present at a community feedback meeting from the HIV12 conference € 200.00
Dr Laura Waters of the Hospital for Tropical Diseases Fee for Dr Laura Waters to prepare for, attend and present at a community feedback meeting from the HIV12 conference £750.00

2013 – EMEA Headquarters

Recipient Description of Activity Amount Funded €
World Hepatitis Alliance Core Funding € 250000
Treat.info BEST – Better Equipped for Starting Treatment 2012 £ 24650
European Respiratory Society ERS School Course on Cystic Fibrosis € 4000
European Cystic Fibrosis Society Annual European Cystic Fibrosis Society Diagnosis Network Worlding Group meeting € 5000
European Patients’ Forum Partial funding towards the implementation of the European Patients’ Forum projects’ portfolio for 2013 € 15000
European AIDS Treatment Group Core Funding € 171200
International HIV Partnerships HIV Bilten HTB – for Bosnia and Hertzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia 2013 € 20000
European Liver Patients’ Association Core Funding € 150000
Croatian Association for HIV and Viral Hepatitis Check Point, Zagreb € 26000
Aids Fonds – STOP AIDS NOW! – Soa Aids Nederland Core Funding € 200000
Treat.info BEST – Better Equipped for Starting Treatment 2013 € 50000
QWIEN – Zentrum für schwul/lesbische Kultur und Geschichte OUR AIDS: A History Website Project about HIV and AIDS in Austria € 12500
European Cystic Fibrosis Society ECFS Patient Registry project € 30000
Cystic Fibrosis Europe South Eastern Cystic Fibrosis Conference 2013 € 5000
Grupo Português de Activistas sobre Tratamentos de VIH/SIDA – Pedro Santos European HIV Testing Week 2013 € 13823
Projecte dels NOMS-Hispanosida European HIV Testing Week 2013 € 5500
Dutch Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 7th European Cystic Fibrosis Young Investigators Meeting € 10000
Sida Info Service (SIS) Association European HIV Testing Week 2013 € 4400
HF Prévention European HIV Testing Week 2013 € 5600
NAM Publications Development and promotion of European online resource, www.infohep.org € 45000
SOA AIDS Netherlands Production of micro-site to provide information on HIV testing for MSM € 10000
Centre for All Families Positive Health European HIV Testing Week 2013 £ 3625
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Support Association Upgrade and development of the CLL Support Association website £ 10000
European AIDS Treatment Group European Community Advisory Board, April 2013 € 16000
European Liver Patients’ Association Support for a policy and media training event for ELPA members during EASL, April 2013 € 25000
European AIDS Treatment Group European Community Advisory Board, September 2013 € 16000
St Petersburg Charitable Social Fund for Medical and Social Programmes “Humanitarian Action” – See more at: http://www.gilead.com/about/worldwide-operations/europe/ihq#sthash.cPf4gRaN.dpuf Eastern Europe and Central Asia PLWH Community Advisory Board, May 2013 £ 15000
European AIDS Treatment Group HCV European Community Advisory Board, June 2013 € 16000
East Europe and Central Asia Union of People Living with HIV Attendance at Eastern European and Central Asian Community Advisory Board, October 2013 £ 15000
European AIDS Treament Group Provision of Brian West to lead an open discussion at a community feedback meeting € 300
European AIDS Treament Group Provision of Oleksandr Martynenko to lead a community focused session € 300
World Hepatitis Alliance Provision of Raquel Peck to speak at Gilead internal meeting for World Hepatitis Day 2013 € 300
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Support Association Provision of Nick York to speak at Gilead internal meeting for community affairs team £ 300
Patvocates Provision of Jan Giessler to speak at Gilead internal meeting for community affairs team € 500