The Gay Men’s Sexual Health research group (GMSH) is based in the Department of Social and Community Health at the University of Auckland. It was established in 2013 with seeding grants from the New Zealand AIDS Foundation and Uniservices Ltd. The group aims to promote research into HIV and sexual health among gay, bisexual, takataapui and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in New Zealand.
NAM works to change lives by sharing information about HIV and AIDS. We believe independent, clear and accurate information is vital in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
The AIDS Epidemiology Group (AEG) is based in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine at the University of Otago. Since 1989 it has been responsible for national surveillance of AIDS and HIV infection in New Zealand. AEG has run a number of research projects in New Zealand that contribute to the wider knowledge of HIV Infection and AIDS.
The New Zealand Ministry of Health is the Government's principal advisor on health and disability. Its work mainly centres around improving, promoting and protecting the health of all New Zealanders.
Body Positive offers peer support to people living with HIV in New Zealand. It breaks down isolation, builds a sense of community and is founded and run by people living with HIV.
Positive Women offers support to women and families living with HIV. The organisation is involved in HIV advocacy, awareness and destigmatisation.
The New Zealand Positive Speakers Bureau provides an opportunity for people living with HIV to tell their stories and is a resource for educators and audiences across sectors.
The organisation provides an indigenous knowledge base and Maworldviewview services for Maori Indigenous and Pasifika peoples who are living with HIV.
The United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS is an advocate for accelerated, comprehensive and coordinated action on the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
AIDSMEDS is a guide to HIV care and offers information on HIV medication.
CDC offers information and further reading on HIV/AIDS.
JUST THE FACTS was developed in collaboration with the New Zealand Sexually Transmitted Infections Education Foundation (STEIF) as an initiative funded by the Ministry of Health through collective District Health Boards. Its primary purpose is to educate and support people about Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), but also provides information on where to go for help, myth busting, sexual abuse and more.
The NZAF network