Founded in 1994, OUT LGBT Well-being is South Africa’s second-oldest LGBTQ+ organisation. Today, we provide free health services to men who have sex with men in three regions and offer national LGBTQ human rights services, training and advocacy.
Founded in 1994, OUT LGBT Well-being is South Africa’s second-oldest LGBTQ+ organisation. Today, we provide free health services to men who have sex with men in three regions and offer national LGBTQ human rights services, training and advocacy.
Founded in 1994, OUT LGBT Well-being is South Africa’s second-oldest LGBTQ+ organisation. Today, we provide free health services to men who have sex with men in three regions and offer national LGBTQ human rights services, training and advocacy.
Founded in 1994, OUT LGBT Well-being is South Africa’s second-oldest LGBTQ+ organisation. Today, we provide free health services to men who have sex with men in three regions and offer national LGBTQ human rights services, training and advocacy.
Founded in 1994, OUT LGBT Well-being is South Africa’s second-oldest LGBTQ+ organisation. Today, we provide free health services to men who have sex with men in three regions and offer national LGBTQ human rights services, training and advocacy.

Our achievements over the past 5 years

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At-risk MSM individuals initiated on PrEP
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MSM individuals identified as HIV positive and initiated on or referred to treatment
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MSM individuals screened for STI/TB and tested for HIV
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MSM individuals reached with HIV prevention interventions
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LGBTQ+ individuals provided with para-legal or other hate crime/GBV support

Latest News

OUT LGBT Well-being and its Engage Men’s Health (EMH) project are working with city and local government partners to better… Read more »
OUT LGBT Well-being welcomes the news that the World Health Organization (WHO) supports offering long-acting injectable PrEP for people at… Read more »
OUT's Engage Men's Health project has partnered with two shelters in Johannesburg to help them provide a more LGBTQ and… Read more »
On Friday 3 June, OUT LGBT Well-being's Human Rights Coordinator, Sibonelo Ncanana Trower, accompanied SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) officials… Read more »