Afrikanisches Gesundheits-& HIV Netzwerk in Deutschland (African Health and HIV Network in Germany)
AGHNiD stands for "Afrikanisches Gesundheits-& HIV Netzwerk in Deutschland" (‘African Health and HIV Network in Germany’). AGHNiD fights for a better health for people from Africa. And AGHNiD also fights for better HIV-prevention.
AGHNiD started in 2011 and has 28 members. The members are African communities in Germany, and also people and organizations. The members of AGHNiD want to improve HIV-prevention for people from Africa. The members of AGHNiD meet twice a year. During these meetings the members talk about their experience with HIV-prevention.
AGHNiD has projects in many German cities. There are projects in Hamburg, München, Saarbrücken, Bremen, Essen, Berlin, Osnabrück, Wuppertal, Potsdam, Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Frankfurt am Main, Köln und Lübeck. Members of AGHNiD are for example:
- Haus Afrika in Saarbrücken
- Afro-Info-Pool in Osnabrück
- Café Afrika in Hambur
You can find more information about AGHNiD under hiv-migration.de.