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Rev Fred Annin

Rev. Fred Annin on the fight against HIV

Reverend Fred Osei Annin is the Founder and CEO of Actionplus Foundation, a community organisation supporting people living with HIV and delivering HIV prevention and testing programmes through churches.

When Was Your Last HIV Test?

When Was Your Last HIV Test?

There are about 18,000 people living with HIV in the UK who are not aware that they are infected. When was your last HIV test?

The Truth About Living With HIV – Paida

The Truth About Living With HIV – Paida

Paida is 19 years old and was born with HIV, and says ‘Don’t let HIV control you, you have to take control of it.’

The Truth About Living With HIV – Bisi

The Truth About Living With HIV – Bisi

Bisi is a rights activist, public speaker and blog writer, and says ‘If we are to beat HIV, we have to be the voice of change.’

The Truth About Living With HIV – Pastor Elizabeth

The Truth About Living With HIV – Pastor Elizabeth

Pastor Elizabeth was ordained in 2004. She ministers in Luton and says ‘HIV is just a virus in the blood not in the spirit.’

Recent News

Get help if you’ve been at risk of HIV

Get help if you’ve been at risk of HIV

Post Exposure Prophylaxis (also known as PEP) is a course of medication that can stop you becoming HIV positive after you’ve been exposed to the virus.

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Where to get condoms

Where to get condoms

If you’ve been reading our articles about safer sex you might be wondering where you can get condoms – you’ll be pleased to know there are lots of places where they are given out free.

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When the gender tables turn

When the gender tables turn

Ladies, would you still respect, love and find your partner sexy if you suddenly found yourself bringing home the bacon while they stayed home? Marcy Madzikanda ponders this.

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Pastor Elizabeth Kalonga on the fight against HIV

Pastor Elizabeth Kalonga was ordained in 2004 and ministers in Luton. She is one of a handful of faith leaders who speak openly about living with HIV. She speaks at various events and churches about her experiences.

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Sheikh Bashir

Sheikh Bashir speaks on the fight against HIV

Sheikh Bashir from the North Brixton Islamic Cultural Centre has been part of the HIV and faith dialogue for many years.

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Summer African Events Not To Miss

Summer African Events Not To Miss

Nothing feels better than knowing winter is behind us. We can look forward to lounging in the sun, taking in those rays and engaging in many fantastic activities to keep us happy.

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Winter blues?

Winter blues?

Some people get depression when seasons change. Kerri Virani shines a light on Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and finds out what you can do about it.

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Celebrities Support National HIV Testing Week

Celebrities Support National HIV Testing Week

We’re delighted to see celebrities supporting National HIV Testing Week.  National HIV Testing Week is a campaign to encourage people to get tested for HIV so that they can access lifesaving treatment.

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Focus on men’s health

Focus on men’s health

It’s autumn, the days are getting shorter and there’s a chill in the air – so exercise may be the last thing on your mind. But here are ten top ways to supercharge your health.

Stopping HIV in its tracks… It Starts With Me

Stopping HIV in its tracks… It Starts With Me

African communities in England can stop the spread of HIV in their community within a generation. This is the key message of HIV Prevention England’s (HPE) major new campaign – It Starts With Me.

HIV: What’s your risk?

HIV: What’s your risk?

HIV is a serious sexually transmitted infection, but it’s also relatively easy to guard against. Knowing how HIV is passed on during sex may help protect you or your partner from the virus. In this column, we explain the level of risk associated with different types of sex.

There’s no better time to test

There’s no better time to test

The Government has announced a change in the law that allows free HIV treatment for everyone diagnosed with HIV, regardless of their immigration status.