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MSM Community

MSM Community

MSM means men who have sex with men. According to recent figures of the Department of Health, there is a continous trend of increse number of MSM being infected with HIV, principally attributable to unsafe sex is. That's why we established our MSM team in 1996. At AIDS Concern, we encourage safer sex and regular tests among members of the MSM community. Safer sex practices are also promoted during the pre- and post-test counseling. Lastly, we also reach out to this community by visiting gay bars and saunas, distribute condoms and provide sexual health education.

Male Health Team

Male Health Team

Male Health Team's service targets include local and cross-border customers of female sex workers and men with multiple sex partners. The team provides testing services, health information, and free condoms to promote the prevention of HIV/ STIs and raise sexual health awareness. Meanwhile, the team promotes HIV preventions via various mediums.

Youth Team

Youth Team

The AIDS Concern Youth Team is for youth at risk of HIV infection who aged 25 or below (all sex orientation). The team provides a series of community-based and comprehensive sexual education campaigns. Their work focuses on inspiring them to self-reflect on their attitude towards sex. This helps the youth to understand the importance of protecting themselves and learn how to protect themselves from the threat of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Public Education

Public Education

Apart from our commitment to frontline prevention programmes, our PLHIV(People Living with HIV) Support and Anti-stigma team is dedicated to providing education programmes for improving public understanding of HIV through active anti-stigma campaigns and educational workshops. The team is formed to create a supportive environment for PLHIV in Hong Kong by eliminating the stigma and discrimation they are subject to.
We welcome any organisations that wish to collaborate with us for anti-stigma campaigns and workshops/ trainings. Through partnership, we can contribute to the campaign as well as gaining understanding of PLHIV and the stigmas that they encounter. We look forward to your innovative inputs to our on-going Anti-stigma campaign.