AIDS concerns highlighted in PNG
Radio New Zealand
December 1st is World AIDS Day and Business4Health, or B4H, wants to highlight that PNG continues to have serious issues with HIV.
It said 52,000 people in PNG are living with HIV and need lifelong treatment for it.
30 November 2020
HIV Treatment and Care Crisis in PNG
Addressing HIV drug resistance in Papua New Guinea
Tuesday March 21, 2017
New study finds Papua New Guinea has a hidden HIV epidemic with urgent need of more access to testing and treatment
Wednesday May 16, 2018
Tenth Anniversary of Collaboration for Health PNG
House of Representatives Speech
Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs
The Hon Richard Marles MP
22 September 2011
First PNG National
People living with HIV Conference
Sunday November 2, 2008
Official opening presentation
by Helen Samilo
Access to Treatment, Care & Support Plenary presentation
The Waigani statement on HIV Treatments Action
The participants of the Igat Hope National HIV Treatments Workshop held in March 2010 declared they would work together to bring about urgent changes in the way HIV treatments are provided and PLHIV on ART are monitored and supported in PNG. Participants included PLHIV, community workers, policymakers, development partners, doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers. It was supported by a team of people from the National Association of People with HIV Australia (NAPWHA).
Papua New Guinea's critical HIV drugs shortage sparks warning that people may die
Pacific Beat By Yara Murray-Atfield
Posted April 22, 2018
Papua New Guineans living with HIV may die if critical anti-retroviral drugs used to treat the virus are not restocked soon, a member of the local HIV advocacy body has warned.
U P D A T E
Month-long crisis ends in PNG as top-up HIV drugs arrive