AfricaNZ Health Research Project

AfricaNZ Health Research is a research project that provides information needed to develop appropriate HIV care and prevention programmes among Black African communities in New Zealand. It was funded by Ministry of Health and was undertaken jointly by Massey and the University of Otago. Use the left-hand navigation to find out 'About Us' (background to the research), 'Our People' (about the research team), 'Research Reports' (downloadable copies of the two research reports, pictured below). and 'Resources' (links to relevant African and Massey websites).

The research covered all Black African communities who are settled in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Waikato regions of New Zealand.

Two reports of the AfricaNZ Health Research Project are available for free download in the reports section of this website.


Project infographic

We have also condensed the key results from the research project into an infographic available for download.

What Africans needs to know infographic (903 KB)

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