A free, in-person, six-week mindfulness programme for people living with HIV - starting Tuesday 25 May
NZAF seeks to be a responsible, credible and accountable organisation that values an informed, strategic and education-based approach to tackling New Zealand’s HIV epidemic. We are a community-centred organisation and are committed to promoting biculturalism and diversity that is representative of Aotearoa.
An Aotearoa with zero HIV transmission where people living with or affected by HIV flourish
Kia kore ngā mate Whakaruhi Ārai Kore, kia hiki te oranga ō te tāngata ī roto ō Aotearoa, kia puawai
Prevent transmission, reduce stigma and maximise the wellbeing of those most affected by HIV
Whakakahore te mate, whakaiti te poapoa me whakakaha te oranga ō ngā tāngata e pā ana ki te Whakaruhi Ārai Kore
We have a proud history of being at the forefront of the HIV response in New Zealand. We act with conviction and inspire change. We are courageous and set audacious goals. We hold ourselves to account.
We have a strong commitment to providing evidence-based programmes and services. We are constantly learning and we adapt and innovate for greater impact. We are committed to sharing information with the communities we serve.
We respect and value each other and our communities. We thrive on our diversity and are committed to equality and equity in the work we do. We build and nurture partnerships because we recognise the value in collective strength.
We are committed to doing what is right. We act with integrity and stand up for what we believe in. We recognise our duty of care to the communities we serve.
We are empathetic and nurture the wellbeing of the communities we serve. We are humble and always open to listening. We are trustworthy and caring.
The NZAF network