What’s happening with PrEP in New Zealand?

If implemented as a part of a combination prevention model, PrEP can reduce the number of new HIV infections acquired in New Zealand. Here's an update on some of the work being done to improve uptake of PrEP. View More

  • 📅19 August, 2016

More condoms funded

At New Zealand AIDS Foundation we are lucky to have committed volunteers who help us pack condoms each week. They are about to get busier. View More

  • 📅15 August, 2016

Registration opens to workshop by Positive Leadership Development Institute

‘Who am I as a Leader’ is a unique workshop run by and for people living with HIV. View More

  • 📅12 August, 2016

AIDS 2016: A sense of frustration among delegates at pace of progress in ending epidemic

Though HIV infections are stable internationally, they are on the rise within at risk communities like gay and bisexual men. View More

  • 📅11 August, 2016

HPV vaccine now funded for gay and bi men in New Zealand

HPV infection increases the risk of acquiring HIV and it is highly recommend that all eligible men book themselves in to receive vaccine as soon as it becomes available. View More

  • 📅28 July, 2016

Update: NZPrEP Study

We continue to work with Auckland Regional Sexual Health Services, Body Positive and University of Auckland School of Population Health on the PrEP pilot study. View More

  • 📅6 July, 2016

Hui Takatāpui - Our place to stand 30 years on

This year Hui Takatāpui 2016 celebrates its 30th anniversary and this coincides with the same year Aotearoa celebrates 30 years since the Homosexual Law Reform Bill was passed. View More

  • 📅28 June, 2016

HIV testing at saunas and cruise clubs

NZAF and Body Positive will be conducting 60 second rapid HIV tests at Auckland sex-on-site venues throughout June and July. View More

  • 📅10 June, 2016

Government must provide the tools to end rising HIV infections

Latest figures show that 2015 had the highest number of newly diagnosed HIV infections among gay and bisexual men ever recorded. View More

  • 📅24 May, 2016

Empowering young gay and bisexual men to protect themselves from HIV

In an era where a lot of the HIV prevention discussion is focused on new tools such as PrEP and early treatment, it can be easy to forget the role that condoms will continue to play in enabling us to reach our goal of ending new HIV transmissions by 2025. View More

  • 📅24 May, 2016

National HIV Testing Month 2016

HIV Testing Month encourages gay and bisexual men to test often, a key part of our strategy to end new infections in New Zealand. View More

  • 📅23 May, 2016

Acceptance and finding a whānau drew NZAF member to the Foundation

Bernard Lee is freelance junior architect, working full time in credit consultancy, a Volunteer & Community Liaison for our capital's pride fair 'Out in the Park', based in Wellington city and a NZAF member. View More

  • 📅22 May, 2016