Resource Library

Global action to combat HIV/AIDS has had an immense impact in the African Region. By the end of 2017, 15.3 million people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the African Region were accessing life-saving antiretroviral drugs (ARVs), representing 70% of the 21.7 million people accessing antiretrovirals (…

This booklet provides information on living well with HIV as you get older.

More and more people living with HIV are now in their fifties, sixties or beyond. You may have had HIV for decades and have a lot of previous experience of HIV and its treatment. Or you may have been diagnosed…

This NAM illustrated leaflet explains how hepatitis C is passed on during sex.

This booklet provides information on emotional wellbeing and mental health for people living with HIV. Emotional difficulties and problems with mental health can affect anybody (research suggests one in every four people in the UK will experience some sort of mental health problem at some point…

September 15, 2016

The new edition of the NAM aidsmap Nutrition booklet is now available online.

This booklet is intended to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about food, nutrition and living with HIV. The first section of the booklet outlines how to eat well to stay well and gives information…

This book provides a compilation of the discussions and lessons sharing from the regional traditional leaders summit hosted by the Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Information Dissemination Service (SAfAIDS). The focus of the summit was to provide a platform for traditional leaders in southern…

This booklet is aimed at migrants and provides information on health care services in South Africa, specifically:

  • Learn how clinics and hospitals work
  • Understand your rights as a patient
  • Know what health services expect from patients

 

There are more than one million children under the age of 18 living in Lesotho. One in three of these children are orphans, and nearly half (45%) of all households are caring for at least one orphan. This situation is primarily due to the impact of HIV and AIDS in Lesotho: the country has an HIV…