Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has been on the rise in Singapore. The current policies adopted, the promotion of abstinence, being faithful and using condoms, have been largely ineffective. This report identifies the ‘shifting the burden’ archetype, which explains the failure to reduce new HIV cases annually. This report then proposes a model to illustrate the systems dynamics of HIV in Singapore, and is verified with historical data. Projecting forward, Singapore is expected to face an increase in new HIV cases from 455 to 515. This report suggests two policies, increasing early HIV detection rates and enhancing the education on abstinence and being faithful. This two-pronged approach effectively reduces the number of HIV cases in Singapore in the long term.