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National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAPWA)

 

Description

This national peak organisation representing people living with HIV/AIDS in Australia, strives to minimise the adverse personal and social effects of HIV/AIDS through leadership in advocacy, policy, education and prevention. The organisation aims to build a positive future for people living with HIV/AIDS by championing the participation of HIV-positive people at all levels of the national HIV/AIDS response.

In addition to their policy, education, outreach, and support work, NAPWA has also convened several volunteer networks including the Positive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Network (PATSIN) which is a national network of Indigenous Australians living with HIV/AIDS.

Contacts

NAPWA
Suite G5
1 Erskineville Road
Newtown NSW 2042
PO Box 917
Newtown NSW 2042
Ph: (02) 8568 0300 or 1800 259 666
Fax: (02) 9565 4860

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Last updated: 29 July 2009
 
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