Health Equity Matters’ members are the AIDS Councils in each state and territory and peak national organisations representing key populations in Australia’s community response to HIV.
Our members are organisations created by communities most affected by HIV. They are deeply embedded within their communities, provide a trusted and credible voice to governments and other stakeholders, and deliver direct education, outreach, support and advocacy.
Our founding members established the Australian Federation of AIDS organisations (AFAO) in 1985 to provide national leadership on behalf of communities.
We are proud to have the following members:
Health Equity Matters’ eleven member organisations are in each state and territory and include national organisations representing priority populations.
What do our members do?
Health Equity Matters members are community controlled organisations providing services and programs to the communities they serve.