The League of People Living with HIV aims at improving the perception and social acceptance of people living with HIV as well as to ensure access to decision-making process regarding the measures in response to HIV. The initiators of this idea had the purpose to ensure the access of persons living with HIV to decision-making process on measures in response to HIV and to unify the efforts of specialized organizations which acted in the past separately.
The League of People Living with HIV of Republic of Moldova was official registered by the Ministry of Justice of Moldova on June 22, 2007.
The League of People Living with HIV is currently the only union in Moldova that consists of organizations representing HIV-positive people or people otherwise affected by HIV, having the mission to advocate the rights of people living with HIV in the Republic of Moldova and their families. The League represents a union of 10 organizations: Childhood for Everyone, Faith , Mothers for Life, Second Breath, Faith North, Chance Plus, Faith T, Hope of Life, Triniti, Trust and Care located troughout the country.
Advocate the rights of people living with HIV in the Republic of Moldova and their families as well as unify efforts of state, private and international sector, and civil society to identify solutions to problems related to HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Ensure access to free of charge ongoing antiretroviral treatment;
Eliminate the discrimination within medical institutions and ensure the access to treatment and care;
Offer psycho-social support to people living with HIV and people affected by this infection;
Promote rights of people living with HIV for non-discrimination and social affiliation;
Consolidate the rights to education and socio-professional integration.
In the period 2010-2011 Lieague of PLH is implementing the project: «Укрепление потенциала «Лиги людей, живущих с ВИЧ (ЛЖВ) в Республике Молдова» financed by the Global Fund ti Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria's, Rounda 8. Principal Recipient - Centre for Health Policy and Analysis (PAS), subrecipient Soros Foundation-Moldova.