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Breastfeeding for women living with HIV in Australia

If you are living with HIV and you are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant, you may be thinking about breastfeeding your baby, and whether it is safe or advisable. The information in this community resource is provided for women who are living with HIV and...


CHPNG-NAPWHA Services Agreement Report 2017-2018

The Collaboration for Health in Papua New Guinea (CHPNG) is a partnership aiming at building the local capacity of the health workers and the local communities of PNG to HIV. This document provides an acquittal for two years of work by NAPWHA under a contract dated October 2016.


COVID-19 Sector Release on 5 February 2020

Find out information on the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which is a new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans. This informational factsheet has been published by ASHM, AFAO and NAPWHA about people on antiviral medication (HIV...


Declaration of Rights of People with HIV/AIDS (1993)

This Declaration sets forth the responsibilities of government, international agencies, service bodies, private enterprise, unions, the media, health care providers, schools, religious institutions and all Australians to ensure that the rights of people living with HIV are protected. People with HIV/AIDS include women, children, sex workers, haemophiliacs, injecting drug users, indigenous people, people with disabilities, people of non-English speaking backgrounds, young adults, heterosexual, bisexual and transsexual persons, lesbians and gay men.
We make this public Declaration of the Rights of People with HIV/AIDS and call on all Australians to ensure that they are upheld.


Developing the Health Literacy Framework – The central role of Community Advocates

The Health Literacy Framework project is a three-year initiative (2019-21) which aimed to improve HIV-related health literacy at the individual, community, organisational, sectoral, health system, and societal levels. It focused on engaging diverse cohorts of PLHIV who have not benefited equally from recent successes across the HIV care continuum. These included positive women, heterosexual men, people from Asian and Latin American backgrounds, and people who inject drugs.


Health Literacy Framework: Project Outcomes Report

The NAPWHA HIV Health Literacy Framework (HLF) project was a three-year initiative (2019-2021) aimed to address the role of HIV health literacy in improving HIV-related health care and quality of life outcomes for all people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Australia. Through this initiative, NAPWHA engaged diverse and underrepresented and/or underserved communities in the co-design, delivery and evaluation of targeted pilot strategies and approaches tailored to their needs and based on action research findings.

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