§ Miss Melanie Johnson
A total of £223.5 million was allocated to the national health service in England in 2001–02 for the treatment and care of people with HIV. £55 million was allocated for local HIV prevention in 2001–02. These sums were added to the general NHS baselines in 2002–03 and are no longer separately identified.
In addition to these NHS allocations, the Department of Health centrally funds national targeted HIV prevention and health promotion campaigns. Expenditure on this national work for the past three years is shown in the table.
£ million1 2001–02 3.60 2002–03 3.80 2003–04 4.35 1 Figures include expenditure on national telephone helpline provision (including substance misuse and alcohol advice lines).