Cavite Positive Action Group (CPAG), The JCH Advocacy Inc.
Cavite Positive Action Group, The Jch Advocacy Inc. was established to help People Living with HIV’s (PLHIV’s) and their families.

804 Gonzales St., Barangay 11 Sta Cruz, Cavite City
(46) 435 8695 (lifeline) | 0927 555 3806 | 0928 285 8238 | 0916 211 4112
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Type Details
Class NGO facility
Operating Hours Mon – Fri: 8:00am to 6:00pm (office) | 24 hrs (SMS lifeline)
Support and Care People living with HIV (PLHIV) and their families
Services and Programs HIV/AIDS awareness, counselling, and treatment hub
Other Details Has an active support group
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MISSION: To drive concerted efforts to accelerate global scientific research and engagement towards a cure for HIV.
The toolbox of interventions for fighting the global HIV pandemic has grown exponentially since the discovery of the virus, but a cure has remained beyond our grasp. In recent years, however, research to develop a cure for HIV or long-term remission has made promising progress, galvanizing researchers, advocates and community members alike. To that end, the mission of the IAS Towards an HIV Cure initiative is to drive concerted efforts to accelerate global scientific research and engagement toward HIV Cure.

Engaging key stakeholders to address the barriers to an HIV cure
The Towards an HIV Cure initiative is committed to leveraging a well-informed, multidisciplinary network of stakeholders to advocate for and ensure the prioritization of HIV cure in the global health agenda. In support of this vision, the initiative is overseen by an Towards an HIV Cure Advisory Board of experts representing governments, UN agencies, civil society organizations and foundations. The advisory board provides strategic advice and engages stakeholders in the initiative’s long-term strategy to inform global policy, programmes and funding.

An important component of the initiative’s efforts to engage a broad spectrum of stakeholders is the Industry Collaboration Group (ICG). The ICG works to bring together private sector partners and cure researchers to facilitate collaboration.

Towards and HIV Cure also frequently works with thought leaders in the field to coordinate and co-author the publication of articles, policy papers and opinion pieces on issues ranging from ethics in cure research to the role of public-private partnerships.

Advocating for increased investment and resource optimization
It is clear that success in the search for a cure for HIV will require sustained and predictable funding over a number of years. The Towards an HIV Cure initiative has partnered with the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC) to estimate global investments in HIV cure research through the Resource Tracking for HIV Prevention R&D Working Group. This work culminates in the publication of an annual resource tracking paper, Global Investment in HIV Cure Research and Development, which identifies trends and monitors global investments in HIV cure research funding.

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Fostering public-private partnerships to accelerate research
A major achievement to accelerate HIV cure research and lighten the red-tape burden for pre-clinical studies was the development of a Common Material Transfer Agreement (cMTA) by the IAS ICG for combinational use of marketed compound in antiretroviral therapy. The finalization of the agreement, approved by ViiV Healthcare, Gilead, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson and Merck, was announced in January 2016. To find out more about the role of the cMTA and its anticipated impact in the field, please read the IAS blog article, co-authored by members of the Towards an HIV Cure ICG.

Advocating for increased funding for HIV cure research
The most recent edition of the resource tracking paper, Global Investment in HIV Cure Research and Development in 2016, shows that global investments .in HIV cure funding grew again last year, to a record $268 million.

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Stimulating innovative and original research
The rapid advancement of HIV cure research has presented clear opportunities for increased engagement between HIV researchers and their counterparts in other specializations. To foster this exchange, the initiative leverages the facilitating power of the IAS to merge the HIV cure and cancer disciplines to accelerate the pace of discovery in HIV cure research.

Since 2012, the initiative has convened its annual Towards an HIV Cure Symposium to provide researchers with an opportunity to present and discuss novel strategies for advancing and overcoming challenges in HIV cure research. For further information on the annual symposia and access to online materials.

Providing a roadmap to guide research directions
The first Towards an HIV Cure: Global Scientific Strategy was published in Nature Reviews Immunology in 2012. This, with its Full Recommendations, presented the first global overview and strategic plan for HIV cure research.

As both challenges and opportunities in HIV cure research continue to evolve, the IAS convened a multidisciplinary International Scientific Working Group of leading basic, clinical, and social scientists, ethicists and global stakeholders to develop a second Global Scientific Strategy to serve as:

A guide for scientific research, to address the most critical knowledge gaps and outstanding questions in the field
A tool for funders and policy makers, to guide their support for the most effective and efficient research to advance the HIV cure agenda
A framework for advocates, to support high-quality, ethical and cost-effective research that can lead to a cure for HIV. See MoreSee Less

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