FACES explores the complexities of living with and accepting an HIV diagnosis in Black Asian Minority Ethnic communities.
FACES has been selected to show at Durban International Film Festival 2018. Read more
Black African women are 34 times more likely to be living with HIV than the general population.
Gender and racial inequality greatly increases vulnerability to HIV. NAZ is working to change that. Read more
A multi-faith choir of people living with HIV lifting their voices to raise awareness and visibility, show solidarity and provide peer support to others with HIV.
In 2016, the Choir performed for HRH Prince Harry. Read more
The gap in sexual health outcomes for BAME people paints a startling picture: More than 50% of Black Africans were diagnosed with HIV late, which increases the chance of HIV-related illnesses and death.
NAZ is working hard to close this gap and save lives. Read more
Delivering culturally-specific sexual health services to those historically left behind
Take control of your sexual health. Schedule your free HIV test today.
Join your community by attending one of NAZ's peer support group meetings.
You are not alone. Your health and wellbeing matter to us.
Find out more information on how to refer clients to use NAZ services.