New article providing guidance on assisting countries to transition towards funding their own HIV response
Ongoing concerns about HIV among drug users in Asia
We want to leave a legacy of stronger community participation at local level and we do this by providing financial and technical support for the establishment of HIV Foundations at national or regional levels.
APMG’s work on the Quality Health Care Project in Central Asia (CA) encompasses technical assistance, advice and capacity building on most aspects of HIV prevention among key populations, and integration between NGO and government health systems in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
Tingim Laip focuses on specific populations who are most affected by HIV, and works in particular environments of HIV risk, vulnerability and impact. Key populations for the project are sex workers and other women regularly involved in transactional sex, MSM, PLHIV and Mobile Men with Money.
SUM II provides funding and technical support to civil society groups (non-government and community-based organisations) so that they can participate better in the response to HIV and district level in Indonesia.