The Knowledge, The Will and The Power (KWP) was the National African HIV Prevention (NAHIP) programme’s strategic plan to prevent sexual HIV transmission among African people in England (2008-2012).
HIV and immigration
An updated briefing for those who want to know more about immigration issues for people with diagnosed HIV.. More »
HIV Testing Technologies
This briefing is for those working in the HIV sector who want to know more about HIV testing technologies.. More »
Plus One sero-discordant study
Find here our new reports of a qualitative study of African people who are in HIV sero-discordant relationships. More »
Life in My Shoes
With Big Lottery funding, Body & Soul is creating a young people’s campaign to dispel common HIV myths and turn around negative attitudes. Independent research undertaken with school-aged respondents shows that misconceptions about HIV are accompanied by a desire to learn and understand more.The 'Life in my Shoes' campaign will feature a comprehensive educational resource distributed to schools in autumn 2011, including a dramatic film based on the real life stories and experiences of the teenagers and young people from Body & Soul. This is being developed in close consultation with young people directly affected by HIV, as well as HIV specialists and educational and creative industry experts. Click here to see the research report, and click here to learn more about Life in My Shoes.
News from NAM
- Government of Mauritius pledges to working towards removing HIV-related restrictions on stay and residence
- People living with HIV in the UK still have impaired health-related quality of life
- 'Chem sex' commonly reported by UK gay men diagnosed with shigella
- A tale of two women dealing with HIV and self-stigma