National AIDS and STD Control Programme (NACP) Phase-V is a Central Sector Scheme fully funded by the Government of India with an outlay of Rs 15471.94 crore. The NACP Phase-V will take the national AIDS and STD response till Financial Year 2025-26 towards the attainment of United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 3.3 of ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030 through a comprehensive package of prevention, detection and treatment services. The Phase-V builds upon the gamechanger initiatives of the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Act (2017), Test and Treat Policy, Universal Viral Load Testing, Mission Sampark, Community-Based Screening, transition to Dolutegravir-based Treatment Regimen etc and introduces newer strategies consolidating and augmenting the gains. This include setting-up of Sampoorna Suraksha Kendras (SSK) for providing services through a single window model for those “at risk” for HIV and STI covering prevention-test-treat-care continuum. It includes a holistic set of services customized as per clients’ needs, with strong linkages and referrals within and outside of health systems.