We empower individuals to take control of their health and wellbeing through accurate information, advice and guidance. We provide safe, judgment-free and inclusive platforms for community members to discuss and engage in activities that promote healthy lifestyle choices. 

Africa Advocacy Foundation

Upcoming Events
PrEP Pre-conference AIDS2020
Sun, Jul 05
Jul 05, 9:00 AM PDT
Oakland, Oakland, CA, USA
Effective Promotion of PrEP amongst Black and Migrant Communities in Europe, North America and Africa
FGM Support Sessions
Thu, Mar 05
Africa Advocacy Foundation
Mar 05, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT
Africa Advocacy Foundation, 76 Elmer Road, London SE6 2ER, UK
1-2-1 confidential counselling, info, advice sessions; support group and creative arts activities
HIV Peer Support Group
Wed, Mar 04
76 Elmer Road, Catford, London, SE6 2ER
Mar 04, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT
76 Elmer Road, Catford, London, SE6 2ER, 76 Elmer Rd, London SE6, UK
Support group meetings for people living with HIV and focusing on a range of health and well-being topics.

Our Programmes

1. Fast Track Cities

2. PrEP and Prejudice

3. Treating Me Right Campaign 

4. PROMs Patient Reported Outcome Measures

5. M-Care

6. Nobody Left Outside

7. AFYA App

8. It Starts With Me 

9. HIV Peer Support

10. Time2Talk FGM Campaign

11. Sacred Bodies

12. Revive FGM Project 

13. Youth4Life

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AAF is Creating Opportunities

We are passionate about new healthcare technologies, latest biomedical interventions, health services re-design and capacity building communities to be active partners in health.

Help us make a difference

AAF is grateful for the support we receive from our volunteers, and the generosity of our sponsors, donors and our local community.

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Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) is a charity founded in 1996. We are a community-led organisation working to promote better access to health, education and other opportunities for disadvantaged communities in the UK, Europe and parts of Africa.

We provide practical support, policy work, advocacy, information, guidance and training to professionals and community members alike. We work to empower individuals and families experiencing multiple disadvantages and barriers including ill health, poverty, deprivation, violence, isolation and those relating to language, culture, faith and other social issues.


Africa Advocacy Foudation