APMG Asia Pacific
HIV prevalence among key affected populations in the Asia Pacific region has reached critical levels and urgent, scaled-up intervention is needed to both interrupt HIV transmission and mitigate the negative impacts of living with HIV. APMG’s Asia Pacific office opened its doors in Bangkok, Thailand in January 2008 and has since been working in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Laos, China and Malaysia to assist governments and their national and local partners to increase their HIV effectiveness.
APMG is contributing to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support to most-at-risk populations for HIV in the Asia Pacific region by working with local and regional community-based organisations, governments and international partners to provide HIV technical support and organisational capacity building. We are committed to the support of grassroots organisations responding to local communities affected by HIV and we’re engaging in participatory, qualitative research with most-at-risk-populations for HIV to increase local knowledge and evidence-based programming in the region.
APMG Asia Pacific regional contributions at a glance:
- USAID Inquiry in to Community Care and Support for HIV positive MSM in Bangkok 2009 (link)
- amfAR Universal Access to Comprehensive HIV Services for MSM in the Asia Pacific
- UNDP Six Cities MSM and TG persons’ Regional Report (link)
- USAID China Evaluation of IDU services to prevent HIV and support drug treatment (link)
- The Poz Home Center Strategic Plan 2011-2014 (link)
- UNAIDS and APNSW Sex Worker Regional Consultation Report 2010 (link)