About Us

Who We Are

The Jamaican Network of Seropositives (JN+) is a national network which advocates for the rights and concerns of people living with and affected by HIV, through empowerment, partnership, and resource mobilization.

What We Do

JN+ provide support to the community of People living with HIV through capacity building projects/programmes using our Positive Health Dignity Prevention curriculum (PHDP). 

The organization receives complaints of HIV-related stigma and discrimination and other human rights violations against persons living with HIV. 

JN+ also engaged in other activities including

  • Coordinate and support the implementation of PLHIV self-support groups
  • Conduct sensitization sessions with service providers to improve service delivery and the care and support to People Living with HIV
  • Providing educational and employment opportunities through referrals and partnerships.


Our membership includes various groups of Jamaicans – students, teachers, farmers, chefs, maintenance workers, counsellors, entrepreneurs, and many more. We aspire and seek to support ourselves to be recognized as full citizens of society


The Network began in 1996 and has managed to build and maintain relationships with the Government of Jamaica, Civil Society organisations, private sector organizations and Multilateral Organisations. Some of our partners include:

UNAIDS, The Global Fund, Ministry of Health, National Family Planning Board, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Jamaica AIDS Support for Life, The Jamaica Community of Positive Women, Jamaica Red Cross, Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition and NCB Foundation.

This website was built through the kind support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). USAID is an independent agency of the United States federal government that is primarily responsible for administering civilian foreign aid and development assistance.

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