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.
Identifying the barriers and facilitators for people living with HIV to treatment and care
The linkage to care Project aims to better understand the psychosocial and service related factors that influence engagement in the HIV continuum of care by people with diagnosed HIV.
National Stigma and Resilience Framework
This NAPWHA national strategic framework to address HIV stigma and build resilience capacity for people living with HIV is not a guideline, or a policy document. The information is intended for people to draw on in their work in a way that will encourage them to think about the building of resilience among people living with HIV as a legitimate goal of peer-led and other health and support services.
Antiretroviral Agents Adult Dosage Card
Check the names of the individual drugs in your Antiretroviral (ARV) regimen. For a comprehensive list of current HIV treatments and all their names, refer to this ViiV Healthcare Antiretroviral Agents Adult Dosage Card.
Ending HIV transmission by involving HIV-positive people in HIV prevention education
This paper explores the role of People with HIV (PLHIV) in the HIV prevention response in Australia since the beginning of the epidemic.
NAPWHA HIV Stigma, Resilience and Flourishing — Discussion Paper
This discussion paper promotes a whole-of-sector approach to support PLHIV in their capacity to build resilience alongside a comprehensive effort to address HIV related stigma. It was a precursor to the NAPWHA Stigma and Resilience Framework resource published in...
HIV-related stigma and discrimination and human rights in Papua New Guinea
‘Pipel I stap wantaim HIV Stigma Index’: A report on the application of the HIV Stigma Index in the Western Highlands and Chimbu Provinces.
Us Mob and HIV
Us Mob and HIV aims to increase awareness of HIV, treatments, care and support among a broad audience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This resource may not represent all aspects of the diversity within Indigenous communities and cultures. Text from this resource can be changed or adapted to better suit the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.