Africa free of New HIV Infections

AfNHi is an Africa based network of HIV Prevention Research advocates whose vision is an Africa Free of New HIV Infections hence the name AfNHi. The network began after extended conversations on the need to champion Africans led advocacy in biomedical HIV Prevention Research among partners. AfNHi is seeking to influence and fast-track the biomedical HIV Prevention Research agenda on the continent through local ownership and use of indigenous strategies to enhance Africa’s contribution to the global goals. The network will not only advocate for use of the tools available for preventing new HIV infections but also advocate for the development of New Tools and Technology (NTP)

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Africa Free of New HIV Infections

Facilitate and coordinate African led advocacy for HIV Prevention Research towards ending the HIV epidemic in Africa.

AfNHi is an Africa based network of HIV Prevention Research advocates whose vision is an Africa Free of New HIV Infections hence the name AfNHi. The network began after extended conversations on the need to champion Africans led advocacy in biomedical HIV Prevention Research among partners. AfNHi is seeking to influence and fast-track the biomedical HIV Prevention Research agenda on the continent through local ownership and use of indigenous strategies to enhance Africa’s contribution to the global goals. The network will not only advocate for use of the tools available for preventing new HIV infections but also advocate for the development of New Tools and Technology (NTP)

 

Why We Exist

Africa has less than 20% of the global population and is home to approximately 70% of people living with HIV (PLWH). The landscape of HIV response has changed over the years with the development of rapid response and user-friendly HIV test kits, affordable and effective antiretroviral drugs, and impactful prevention tools such as voluntary medical male circumcision and oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). More still needs to be done to end the AIDS epidemic by addressing challenges in financing, tools and their accessibility to those who need them, community knowledge through increased number of advocates at the local and regional level in HIV Prevention Research Advocacy.

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June 8, 2022
The global health financing landscape has drastically changed since the end of 2019. The emergence of Covid-19 dramatica...
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June 8, 2022
AfNHi this year culminated the HVAD celebrations by having a VUKA Show that was targeting young people’s voices on...
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June 8, 2022
HIV Vaccine Awareness Day (HVAD) is observed today, the 18th of May to recognize the many volunteers, community members,...
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March 23, 2022
Stakeholders have warned that COVID 19 disruptions are likely to set back efforts made in curbing HIV infections back to...
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08 Jun
Investing in women, children, and nutrition is not optional. The world’s future depends on it

The global health financing landscape has drastically changed since the end of 2019. The emergence of Covid-19...

08 Jun
HIV Vaccine Awareness Day Celebration

AfNHi this year culminated the HVAD celebrations by having a VUKA Show that was targeting young people's...

08 Jun
The world still needs a safe, effective, affordable and accessible HIV Vaccine despite disruptions by COVID 19,

HIV Vaccine Awareness Day (HVAD) is observed today, the 18th of May to recognize the many volunteers,...

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Nairobi, Kenya
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Cape Town, South Africa
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Tel: +27 (71) 4939690

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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