About Noah’s Ark
Since its inception in 1986, the National Association of Noah’s Ark (Noaks Ark) has been helping to prevent HIV and providing support to people living with HIV and to their loved ones. When it began, Noah’s Ark was the first organisation in Sweden to work for the prevention of HIV and to support infected individuals, patients with the illness and their family and friends. Noah’s Ark disseminates information via local associations and conducts
educational and training programmes for the general public and professionals. It provides psychosocial support, counselling and social interactions by offering respectful and supportive meetings.
Noah’s Ark has nine branches across Sweden: Luleå, Umeå, Sundsvall, Gävle, Stockholm, Norrköping, Växjö, Gothenburg and Malmö.