Hamilton Public Meeting
A public meeting held in Hamilton, on 24th of September 2016, to connect with community members and to hear feedback about our programme. The meeting was well attended with members of the community actively participating in the discussion and dialogue about HIV prevention and support to people living with HIV […]

Community Response To HIV

At LCP, we thought a smart phone application (app) is a brilliant opportunity to have on-line presence that would make it possible for us to connect with our audience on the go. And from the day it has been made available on Google Play Store  and Apple App Store, it […]

Download Our Free App

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New Zealand has had a long shared history with Africa, being the first country in the world to accept refugees under ’Medical / Disabled’ category during the late 80s and early 90s. Early African community members came to New Zealand on humanitarian grounds or refugees – predominately from the horn […]

African Communities and NZAF

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We all grow up with stories. Stories of our family, stories from our friends and stories we read. There are stories we hear at school, at work, on television and in the movies. Stories are everywhere and they are a powerful sharing tool, and Judith’s story is no different.   […]

More Than HIV

Endalk Bizie, was in third year studying Bachelor of Business (Major in Marketing), when he first came to join our LCP team. Since then Endalk has graduated, became an active ambassador and LCP volunteer. He traveled to South Korea and China working as an English language teacher, in this blog […]

Endalk’s experience in China

Winners thesis
Congratulations to the 3 Minute Thesis finalists and winners! Congratulations to Kudakwashe Tuwe, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) PhD candidate, the winner of the AUT doctoral and M 3MT competitions! Tuwe was among the eleven students who aced the 3MT pre-heats to go through to the finals, held on Friday […]

3 Minutes winners!

Does the number of men a woman has slept with matter?   You have been dating this guy for a while, and it has reached that point in the relationship where he is comfortable enough to ask the question, “So how many sexual partners have you had?” This is one […]

1,2,3 Does it matter?

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A male condom is a thin sheath that covers the penis during intercourse. It’s used as a barrier to stop the exchange of sexual fluids between sexual partners. Condoms are used for vaginal, anal and oral sex. Always use condom Condoms help protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV. Remember it […]

Why Condoms?

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  Why is HIV and AIDS education important? Effective HIV and AIDS education can help prevent new infections by providing people with information about HIV and how it is passed on, and in doing so equip individuals with the knowledge to protect themselves from becoming infected with the virus. HIV […]

HIV Education

Community engagement plays a crucial role in our programme; interacting with the African communities on individual and collective basis in environments where members of the community engage; popular hang-out spots, social and religious venues and at events. Sponsorship is another  integral part of our work We are able to offer […]

LCP Sponsorship Guidelines