Dear Friends and Allies We hope you are well and have been having as productive a summer as we have! First, the urgent stuff: The Wales HIV Action Plan is still open for consultation until the 14th of September. There are upcoming options this coming week to participate in person: There is a Fighting HIVContinue reading “Fast Track C&V September 2022 Update – Bulletin #9”
Dear Friends and Allies, It has been a few months since our last bulletin and as ever we have a lot to update you on. We now have workers to manage both our funded projects, ‘Texting 4 Testing’ and the ‘Wales HIV Advocacy Network’ and both are now underway. Texting 4 Testing is a Gilead-funded one-yearContinue reading “Fast Track C&V June 2022 Update – Bulletin #8”
Dear friends and allies, We said in the last bulletin that there was a lot of news – and this time’s no different. The big news is that both of our grant applications for new projects were successful and we have appointed a worker to manage Texting For Testing (T4T) who will be starting shortly.Continue reading “Fast Track C&V March 2022 Update – Bulletin #7”
Dear Friends and Allies, This is a slightly early update to fit with the timing of our Leadership Group who supervise our activities – and there’s a lot of news. Firstly, right now we’re in the middle of Wales HIV Testing Week and it’s our busiest ever. Please feel free to retweet, share and promote any of our socialContinue reading “Fast Track C&V December 2021 Update – Bulletin #6”
This is the October update from Fast Track Cardiff & Vale, the HIV coalition for change.
Dear Friend and Colleague, This is the fourth quarterly news update from Fast Track Cardiff & Vale to let you know what we have been up to in our aim to eliminate new HIV diagnoses by 2030 by improving the quality and accuracy of data on HIV in Wales increasing access to and understanding of the importanceContinue reading “Fast Track Cardiff June 2021 Update – Bulletin #4”
This is the second bulletin from Fast Track Cardiff & Vale to let you know what we have been up to in our aim to eliminate new HIV diagnoses by 2030.
This is the first of our online updates. In this update we will discuss all of the work we have been doing despite the lockdown and where we are heading.<