NZAF was born out of the gay rights movement in the early 1980s. Almost 30 years later, fighting alongside gay and bisexual men for the right to live happy, healthy and HIV free lives is still core to our work.
New Zealand has had a long shared history with Africa, being the first country in the world to accept refugees under ’Medical / Disabled’ category during the late 80s and early 90s.
Ka mihia ki to tatou Kaihanga nana nei nga mea katoa. Ka tangihia mo ratou kua wheturangitia nei, haere, haere atu ra. Tatou te hunga i whakatinana nga moemoea o ratou kua wehe ki Tua o te arai, Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.
We are proud to partner with our diverse Pasifika communities to uphold the dignity of, and reduce discrimination related to, the sexual and gender diversity of all Pacific people.
As the Asian population has more than doubled in a decade, we are connecting with Asian communities to deliver our HIV prevention messages.