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Help us to promote happy and healthy lives around the world. Find out about our campaigns to increase awareness and knowledge about HIV and sexual health via our website and social media channels. 

Take a minute to look through our past and current campaigns, and if any speak to you - share them with your friends and on social media. We think this is the best way to promote understanding and get more people to talk about HIV, tackle devastating stigma, reduce new infections and improve the lives of people living with HIV around the world. 

Last full review: 
24 November 2017
Next full review: 
24 November 2018
illustration of Chipo talking to her friends outside school
Young Voices was co-created with young people in Southern Africa and talks about sex and relationships their way.
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.
men folding arms
Our exciting collaboration with Hornet brings gay and bisexual men a fresh and up-to-date guide of the latest in sexual health and HIV.
Head & shoulders of a group of 5 young people smiling and looking at a mobile phone
Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+. Share with your friends and colleagues!
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.
AVERT HIV timeline
To mark our 30th anniversary we created an interactive #HIVtimeline. It's a living resource - help us develop it.

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Last updated:
04 December 2018
Last full review:
24 November 2017
Next full review:
24 November 2018