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“I think community involvement in the development and implementation of actions, strategies and services related to HIV is crucial to their success. Many of the challenges we face when tackling the epidemic are related to the psycho-social well-being of the people living with HIV as well as to the lack of a strategy addressing the specific needs of individuals and communities. As long as people living with HIV remain invisible and silent, we'll only able to dream of the fourth 90 (90% of the people with an undetectable viral load having an overall good quality of life and long-term health), but to achieve it, we need our stories to be unfolded, told and taken into consideration. What FTC means to me is an institutional commitment to effectively redesign actions and strategies at a local and international level. I'm hopeful. And proud.”