NACP-IV targets zero infection, zero death and zero stigma
National AIDS Control Programme-IV (NACP-IV) has targeted to reach zero infection, zero stigma and zero deaths. India has registered 56% decline in new infections.
- National AIDS Control Programme-I (1992-1999): The main objective of the project was to slow the spread of HIV to reduce future morbidity, mortality, and the impact of AIDS by initiating a major effort in the prevention of HIV transmission.
- National AIDS Control Programme Phase II (1999-2004) had the main objectives to reduce the spread of HIV infection in India; and Strengthen India’s capacity to respond to HIV/AIDS on a long-term basis.
- NACP-III, launched in 2007, had set the goals of Halting and Reversing the epidemic by 2012.