Our Partners



Positive People's Network

A partnership between AAF and Metro charity delivering peer support services for people living with HIV in Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham.


HIV Prevention England

AAF a Local Activation Partner on HIV Prevention England headed by the Terrence Higgins Trust. We work diverse African communities including faith centres to create HIV awareness and encourage people to access screening, treatment and care. AAF runs a community-based HIV testing service at the Catford Centre under this programme. One of the flagship activities is the annual National HIV Testing week delivered under the "It Starts With Me Campaign"

Community Research Partnership

A collaboration with King's College Hospital to promote research and understanding of issues that affect people living with HIV, particularly African communities as a high risk group.


Time To Talk FGM Partnership

A partnership with a range of community and faith organisations working with FGM affected communities in London and in particular Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, Croydon and Greenwich boroughs.


SAFER HIV Partnership

A partnership of 4 organisations delivering a programme of HIV prevention and sexual health advice services for African and African Caribbean communities in Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham.



Rafiki Project Partnership

A partnership between AAF and Community Therapies Training Service that aims to encourage diverse African communities to start conversations about mental health and reduce health-related stigma.


Viral Hepatitis Research

AAF is currently working with Queen Mary University London on a pilot project to determine the levels of awareness and understanding of Viral Hepatitis, as a strategy for increasing access to screening services. The second phase of the project involves mobilising communities to undergo screening services at GP surgeries locally.


London Councils/ESF Job Plus Partnership

AAF works in partnership with MI Comput Solutions, Ripe Enterprises and Amicus Horizon to support individuals from BAME communities, including: Black Caribbean; Sub-Saharan African; and Middle Eastern, South Asia (many of whom are recent eligible refugees and migrants), to progress into sustainable employment. 


We are a part of or currently collaborate with the following forums and networks:

Africa Advocacy Foudation