AHF in the media


Significant milestone for Jamaica

TWENTY years after the introduction of a transference prevention programme, Jamaica has achieved the elimination of mother-to-child transmission (EMTCT) of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and syphilis, which stakeholders say is momentous and has been long in coming.

AHF promotes safer sex on International Condom Day

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) distributed approximately 500 bags of groceries to persons who attended its International Condom Day Health Fair held at the Neville Antonio Park in Port Antonio, Portland on Saturday under the theme ‚ÄúSafer is Sexy‚ÄĚ.

AHF facilitates mentorship for male wards of the state

Twenty-two wards of the state, housed at the Sunbeam Home for Boys in St Catherine, were introduced to mentors from the Wolmer’s Men of Excellence mentorship group at a luncheon at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on the weekend.

STI rising under the cover of covid-19

The containment strategies dictated by the coronavirus pandemic to curb its spread are already affecting the sexual behaviours of restless young people between the ages of 16 and 24 who have been having more unprotected sex, with more of them getting sexually transmitted infections (STI), according to Shaneall Ferron, community outreach and testing manager at the AIDS Heathcare Foundation Jamaica (AHF).

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Offers Job Experience to Youth

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has once again opened its doors to support the needs of 34 youths across St. Catherine, Kingston & St. Andrew in accessing and completing on-the-job work experience and training amidst the COVID-19 spike.

AHF donates US $10,000 of sanitary hygiene products as part of world menstrual hygiene

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) says it will be providing US$10,000 worth of sanitary hygiene products to a number of local organisations as Jamaica joins the rest of the world to commemorate World Menstrual Hygiene day observed today.

Aids healthcare foundation provides over US $250,000 for covid relief in region

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is expected to reopen grant applications in early July for NGOs seeking to help their clients from vulnerable populations, including those living with HIV and AIDS, cope with the fallout from COVID-19.

Aids healthcare foundation donates book vouchers, mask to two schools

Students from Penwood High School and Cockburn Gardens Primary in St Andrew, have benefited from the donation of book vouchers valued at approximately $300,000 and locally made hand sanitisers and face masks, from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Jamaica.

Back to school support for adolescent parents

The Women’s Centre of Jamaica Foundation has received a cheque valued at just over $1 million from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to support and offset back-to-school expenses for adolescent parents.

Jamaica urged to unite in fight against HIV/AIDS

In collaboration with the Community of persons living with HIV; the Jamaica Network of Seropositive (JN+); the community of civil society organisations represented by the Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (JASL) and the Western Regional Health Authority (WRHA) ‚Äď AHF will be facilitating several events.

Ahf provides US $15,000 grant to NCDA’S program to assist street people

High risk populations including street people who are or could be HIV positive, substance abusers and have mental health challenges will receive help through an AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) US$15,000 grant to the National Council on Drug Abuse (NCDA).

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