2030: Time is running out

We need your help! Together we can end new cases of HIV in the UK by 2030.

Our campaign aims to help end stigma around HIV and end HIV transmissions altogether. We’re telling everyone: someone living with HIV and on effective treatment can’t pass it on.

It’s one of the most positive messages someone living with HIV can hear. It reduces the stigma around HIV and provides motivation to stay on treatment to keep both themselves and their sexual partners healthy. 

In 2023, Terrence Higgins Trust, Public Health Wales and NHS Wales ran a nationwide partnership campaign on PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis). The campaign explained how the drug can be used to prevent HIV and where to access it in Wales.

HIV Action Plan

In March 2023, the Welsh Government released the final version of the HIV Action Plan for Wales 2023-26 which aims at creating an environment that can deliver zero transmissions of HIV by 2030.


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Copyright 2023 © Terrence Higgins Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales (reg. no. 288527) Company reg. no. 1778149 and a registered charity in Scotland (reg. no. SC039986). Registered office: 437 & 439 Caledonian Road, London, N7 9BG.

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Our phone number is 0808 802 1221.

This is free to call from all UK landlines and most major mobile networks. It won’t appear on your telephone bill.

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We’re trialling a new live chat service to offer you support without the need to make a phone call.

The chat is open Monday to Friday at the following times:

  • 11am to 1pm
  • 3pm to 5pm

Live chat is anonymous and confidential. We’re offering it alongside our phone helpline, initially at the times given above.

At the end of your chat session, you’ll be directed to an online survey about your experience. Please take a few minutes to fill this in as it helps us to understand how live chat is working. We’ll use this feedback to develop the service further.