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Afraid of HIV testing? #KnowTheScore

We’ve brought all our HIV testing resources together in one place, so if you’re looking for resources to help spread the message about how important HIV testing is, we’ve got you covered.

One in four people living with HIV are currently unaware of their status. Testing for HIV is a critical step towards good health – but still too few people test because they are either unaware, scared, or face other barriers such as stigma and discrimination or lack of nearby testing services.

Knowing your status gives people living with HIV the opportunity to get onto treatment and live a long and healthy life. Being on treatment keeps you healthy and helps protect others around you by reducing onwards transmission of HIV.

Avert Know The Score campaign
Young people from East and Southern Africa tell us about their experiences testing for HIV as part of our #KnowTheScore campaign with Tackle Africa.
5 reasons to re test for HIV
The latest instalment in our video series with Hornet gives 5 reasons to test for HIV again.
finger prick test illustration
Get to grips with the who, what, when, where and how of HIV testing.
Know the score campaign image
#KnowTheScore is our campaign to get young men in southern Africa testing for HIV.
Still from Stand Up to HIV animation
#StandUpToHIV. Help us empower people to get over their fears of what happens during a test, and what other people will think.
James
It's normal to feel worried about going for an HIV test. Hear from others about their experiences.
Testing fact sheet icon
The only way to know if you have HIV is to take a test. Find out what to expect.
Sign promoting HIV testing in Zambia
The reasons to test far outweigh the reasons not to. Find out about the benefits of testing for HIV.
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You can test for HIV at any time. If you think you might have been at risk, speak to your healthcare provider.
Image of an HIV self-testing kit
HIV testing programmes aim to reach people living with HIV who are unaware of their status and are critical to an effective HIV response.
Last updated:
11 February 2019