Reduce HIV transmissions in Australia Appeal

Self-testing is the key to reducing undiagnosed HIV in Australia. Your support will help Professor Mark Stoové and his team make this happen.

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Put the HIV self-test device into the hands of people who need it, and help reduce HIV transmissions.

HIV is a virus that still has the potential to impact any one of us - our partners, our friends, our children.

The key to reducing HIV transmissions is to expand the reach of HIV self-testing - to make it easy for people who are at risk of infection to test frequently.

Diagnosing and treating people early in their infection suppresses the virus to a level where it cannot be transmitted.

There is a solution and it is within reach.

HIV self-testing devices are currently being considered for approval by Australian regulators and we hope they will be available in the very near future.

It’s critical that Professor Mark Stoové’s HIV self-test implementation trials are rolled out without delay.

These trials will show us the best way to make sure everyone who needs a test has access to one, how to support people to self-test with confidence and make sure those using self-tests are linked to appropriate care.

Your gift today will support Professor Mark Stoové’s work to ensure the successful rollout of these self-test devices, and ultimately reduce HIV transmissions in Australia.

The self-test device itself means nothing without a strong implementation plan.

Your donation today means Australia can be prepared to make the most of this remarkable opportunity, and reduce HIV transmissions.

Thanks for your support!

“Your donation today means Australia can be prepared to make the most of this remarkable opportunity, and reduce HIV transmissions.”

Professor Mark Stoové, Head of Public Health, Burnet Institute

Donate Now

Put the HIV self-test device into the hands of people who need it, and help reduce HIV transmissions.