To make lives of those living with HIV easier and eradicate stigmas associated with the virus, the world's first HIV positive sperm bank has been launched in New Zealand. Called Sperm Positive, it currently has three male donors who are living with the virus but the level is so low that it cannot be detected with the conventional methods. So essentially, it means that the virus cannot be passed on and the patients' treatment is working well. The online sperm bank will make this clear to people who need donors. The initiative is a collaboration between New Zealand Aids Foundation, Positive Women Inc and Body Positive.