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
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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 »
Community of Congolese Refugees in Great Britain (CORECOG)
CORECOG enables individuals to bring their conﬁdential questions and health concerns to a multi-lingual African trainee doctor during drop-in surgeries at their premises. Although no medication is dispensed, the doctor can offer advice and referrals to the agency’s mainly Francophone service users. The doctor accompanies some people to clinical appointments (chaperoning), and can help to interpret if they have difﬁculties with spoken English. Given that doctors are frequently afforded a great deal of respect the resources, advice, information and support offered by the community doctor are well received.
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