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We Want to End HIV in Singapore by 2030

The only way to know for sure whether you have HIV is to take an HIV test. Both our clinic and mobile testing services provide affordable, safe and anonymous HIV & Syphilis testing.

Take charge of your sexual health today.

Whether you are newly diagnosed, living with HIV or seeking more information or assistance, we are here to provide you with the support and care that you need.

Knowledge is pivotal to end the spread of HIV.

Volunteers are one of the most important resources for our organisation; they are the heart and soul of our organisation whose hard work and dedication make all things possible.

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Only with your generous support, are we able to continue our goal of achieving the three zeros: zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths and zero discrimination.

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Singapore 208628

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Updates

Media Release : 80 Singapore companies join hands to end HIV discrimination in the workplace

– Be Inclusive partners with Action for AIDS to launch the Inclusive Employers Pledge where Singapore companies unite against HIV discrimination. The Pledge has been signed by 80 companies in Singapore – with Salesforce as lead signatory – and is an active demonstration of their commitment to an inclusive workplace, free from stigma and discrimination. Local NGOs such as Oogachaga, Project X and The T Project are also collaborators of this Pledge.

Responding To Parliamentary Statement on HIV Data Leak

Action for AIDS is heartened by the Minister’s call to destigmatize HIV and to protect people living with HIV (PLHIV) from discrimination in accessing healthcare, stable employment and acceptance in society.

Verbal calls to destigmatize HIV infection and PLHIV must be followed-up with real action. Measures need to be put in place to protect PLHIV, to progress from mere guidelines to actual laws with teeth and to ensure that they have access to affordable medical care, education, jobs, health and life insurance.

Time for Change – Prof Roy Chan

We can address HIV-related stigma by asking these questions. Why do we still perceive HIV infection as a reflection of a person’s moral character?

Should our policies be reviewed in an evidence-based manner to ensure vulnerable members of society are protected?

Are HIV laws helping, or do they have the opposite effect of increasing stigma and discrimination?

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