Asia Pacific

APN+ is the network of people living with HIV living in the Asia Pacific region. APN+ advocates for access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support (Universal Access). Through public speaking and advocating for prevention interventions, APN+ campaigns to reduce the stigma and discrimination experienced by people living with HIV. APN+ strives towards a world free of self-stigma and self-denial of HIV so people living with HIV can access the support they need.

APN+ aims to co-ordinate the regional PLHIV response and encourage good practice models, while working in close co-operation with national networks of people living with HIV. Partnering and linking with communities APN+ supports national networks to become the leading authority and representative of PLHIV in their own countries.

APN+ has a history of meaningful and direct involvement with people living with HIV throughout the region. APN+ was established in 1994 at a meeting in Kuala Lumpur by 42 people living with HIV from 8 countries.·Based in Bangkok, Thailand, APN+ represents the diversity of the lived experiences of people living with HIV in Asia-Pacific with members from 29 different countries. The network structure devotes particular attention to the needs of women living with HIV and AIDS, and relies substantially on voluntary efforts, in addition to a paid secretariat.

To read APN+’s full Mission Statement and the summary of the current strategic plan, please click here.

Contact information:

Asia-Pacific Network for People Living with HIV/AIDS (APN+)
51/2, 3rd & 4th floor Ruam Rudee Bldg.III
Soi Ruam Rudee, Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini, Pathumwan
Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
Phone: +662-2557-477, Fax: +662-2557-479
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