Inside NZAF: AIDS2014 — Changing the HIV conversation

Joe Rich, NZAF’s Communications & Marketing Manager and Jordon Harris, Programme Manager Community Engagement / Kaiārahi both attended AIDS2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference at the end of July. We let them catch their breath and then caught up with them to get their impressions. View More

Official opening of NZAF Te Toka

Join us at the official opening of NZAF Te Toka on Thursday 21 August 2014 View More

Living in South Auckland? Grab a Rapid Test on Thursdays

Each week on a Thursday, NZ AIDS Foundation counsellor Lyndon Moore sets up shop at Youthline Manukau Centre in Papatoetoe, ready to offer free rapid HIV, syphilis and Hepatitis C tests. View More

Men Living with HIV Connect

A co-facilitated eight week peer support group for men who have sex with men starting 27 August 2014. View More

REVIEW: Love is Strange (NZIFF)

'Love Is Strange', showing now at the New Zealand International Film Festival, is a beautiful, moving return to a style of storytelling and film-making seldom seen in today's myriad of Hollywood action blockbusters. View More

Clarification: WHO Consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care

The Ministry of Health has told NZAF that the World Health Organisation (WHO) is aware of incorrect headlines and reporting linked to its recent recommendations on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV. “WHO is not recommending that all men who have sex with men must take PrEP,” said the Ministry, “but supporting it as an additional choice.” View More

NZAF to take its distinctive perspective to AIDS2014 Melbourne

New Zealand AIDS Foundation will attend the upcoming AIDS2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia. The team has several opportunities to present and share why our HIV prevention programme works. View More

NZAF’s Te Toka relocates to new address in Christchurch

Closed on Monday, reopens Tuesday business as usual. View More

Multidrug resistant gonorrhoea alert issued by Australian health authorities

Getting tested is recommended for gay & bisexual men as evidence suggests that they are more at risk and have significantly higher rates of gonorrhea compared to the heterosexual population View More

  • 📅4 July, 2014
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Love Cover Protect brings first ever African Basketball Tournament to Wellington

“The event gave us an opportunity to engage with the community in a refreshing different setting and around a much loved sport,” says Rodney T Mugadza, Community Engagement Co-ordinator, African Communities. “We are hoping to make this an annual event that grows every year.” View More

  • 📅27 May, 2014
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Misinformation about treatment as prevention can put an entire generation at stake

Relying on treatment and undetectable viral load as a community-wide prevention strategy will not work for many reasons. View More

  • 📅27 May, 2014
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Men from diverse Asian communities invited in study that explores views about gay life in Auckland

We have partnered with Massey University’s SHORE to conduct the research which aims to explore how Asian gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM) view gay life in Auckland. We're currently seeking participants. View More

  • 📅14 March, 2014
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