World AIDS Day Festival 2019

In the week leading up to World AIDS Day on December 1st, the World AIDS Day Festival is a series of events organised by Body Positive Inc., Positive Women Inc. and NZAF. The festival aims to promote the day of remembrance and reflection, as well as help change attitudes and the stigma surrounding HIV. View More

  • 📅4 November, 2019

Auckland Event Series: Meditation & Mindfulness For People Living With HIV

A free, four-week program that offers an opportunity to enjoy a set of genuine meditation experience. View More

  • 📅23 September, 2019

Continued dramatic decline in national HIV diagnoses

The latest HIV epidemic data from Dunedin School of Medicine’s AIDS Epidemiology Group shows a sustained decline and an encouraging trend. View More

  • 📅15 May, 2019

New Zealand needs more GPs at the forefront of its HIV response

The New Zealand AIDS Foundation calls for more healthcare providers to understand the role of PrEP in NZ’s HIV response and encourages more practitioners to understand the process to prescribe it. View More

  • 📅9 May, 2019

Significant drop in HIV diagnoses but no way to tell why

A new report shows that for the first time since 2011, the number of annual HIV diagnoses in New Zealand has fallen. But without funding for a repeat of ongoing surveys to monitor changes in behaviour, testing and attitudes, health workers can’t be sure what’s driving the decrease. View More

  • 📅20 June, 2018

NZ ahead of the pack in funding revolutionary HIV-prevention drug PrEP

The New Zealand AIDS Foundation applauds PHARMAC’s decision to become one of the first countries in the world to publicly fund the HIV-prevention drug Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) – meaning those at high risk of HIV have another way to protect themselves. View More

  • 📅7 February, 2018

Huge breakthroughs could spell the end for HIV in New Zealand

This World AIDS Day, New Zealanders have two reasons to celebrate – a massive scientific discovery and the proposed funding of a revolutionary HIV prevention pill. View More

  • 📅27 November, 2017

NZAF welcomes PHARMAC’s milestone proposal to fund Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

In a proposal released today, PHARMAC has announced its intention to fund the HIV-prevention drug PrEP – meaning the medicine is one step closer to becoming available to those at highest risk of HIV in New Zealand. View More

  • 📅14 November, 2017

Where do the two main parties vying for power stand when it comes to ending HIV transmission in NZ?

Here's what New Zealand's largest and oldest political parties say they would do to support HIV prevention in the country. View More

  • 📅12 September, 2017

“How meditation has helped me in my journey of self-acceptance with HIV.” Seb Stewart

"How meditation has helped me in my journey of self-acceptance with HIV." Seb Stewart View More

  • 📅23 August, 2017

Great news! CD4 threshold removed by PHARMAC

As of 1 July this year, there is no delay for anyone diagnosed with HIV who wishes to access HIV medicines, regardless of their CD4 count. View More

  • 📅28 June, 2017