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Vision, Mission, Values, Foundations

Vision, Mission, Values, Foundations


The organisation focuses on its AIDS commitment through the promotion of prevention, education and advocating for and providing care to benefit the welfare of persons living with HIV/AIDS.

We aim to end HIV Transmission and AIDS in Singapore by 2030. Singapore with its small and highly literate population, world class healthcare system and relatively well funded HIV programme is in a good position to join the ranks of cities that can end the HIV epidemic by 2030.

It is to this end that a group of interested persons began initial discussions on drafting a Community Blueprint to End HIV transmission in Singapore. Drawing inspiration from a similar blueprint produced by the Australian Federation of AIDS Organizations (AFAO); 60 individuals from 30 organisations met in June 2018 leading to an agreement on the development of the community sections of the blueprint.

The blueprint contains 10 thematic areas reflecting the realities of Singapore and each area has been led by a lead focal organization supported by a team representative of individual interests and organizations.

We are committed to work together to:

  • Zero New HIV Infections,
  • Zero AIDS Deaths,
  • Zero AIDS-related Stigma and Discrimination


We are committed to work together to:


Prevent HIV transmission through promotion of behavioural and biomedical strategies;


Reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS on individuals by working towards universal access to treatment and care;


Advocate for implementation of policies and programmes that will reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination in Singapore.


Respond to syndemics of sexually-transmitted infections, mental health and substance use.


  • Integrity
  • Caring
  • Embrace diversity
  • Collaboration & partnership
  • Equality & shared responsibilities

Our Foundations

Reflecting the core strengths and assets of AfA

  • Foundation 1: Programmes and policies are evidence-based
  • Foundation 2: Programmes and policies are rights–based
  • Foundation 3: Programmes are efficient and effective
  • Foundation 4: Organisation is r`esponsive and innovative