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rap-t / HIV testing accessibility


Contrary to beliefs, the number of HIV infections is increasing continuously. To fight the spread, we created rap-t – a fictional company – providing free in-home HIV tests in public locations. The idea was that every person has the possibility to access an HIV test at any time at automats, which are located in public toilets. When withdrawing the test, the person must neither face another person nor be ashamed of getting tested.
The test kit contains a quick test, a sachet for disposal and an information leaflet. The quick test works with a drop of the individual’s blood. Due to a safety device, the blood cannot leak.


Bond University

Bond University
Robina, QLD, Australia