CHIVA’s mission is to ensure that children, young people and families living with HIV become healthier, happier and more in control of their own futures.
CHIVA works to ensure young people living with HIV have the treatment and care, knowledge, understanding, skills and wider support needed to live well and achieve their greatest potential.
Freedom 2 Be camp 2022 applications are now OPEN for 11 to 17-year-olds! To register interest please click here.
A new short film called Paris is the first youth-friendly British Sign Language resource to make HIV information accessible to the deaf community.
We are very pleased Our film Life Growing up is now available as a BSL & subtitled version.
A short film created with young people growing up with HIV, about their experiences.
Our fantastic Support Camp yoga teacher has recorded some short yoga sessions for you that can be easily done at home.
A short film made by young people living with HIV, for teachers and educators.
This area provides documents on a range of clinic topics including standards of care, vaccination guidelines, testing and pro-formas. They are targeted at health care professionals and peer reviewed by a guidelines sub-committee group.View all guidelines
Donations to CHIVA are used to directly support our work with children and young people living with HIV and their families. CHIVA is solely funded through donations, grants and membership income and receives no statutory funding.Donate