Asia and the Pacific Links

On this page you will find links to key organisations and services within the Asia and Pacific region.

APN+ a regional representative body of people with HIV.

APCOM is a regional coalition of men who have sex with men (MSM) and HIV community-based organisations, the government sector, donors, technical experts and the regional UN offices, which advocates for political support and investment.

Asian Network of People Who Use Drugs (ANPUD) a regional network representing the voice of people who use drugs in regional fora, and supporting the development of country networks of people who use drugs across Asia.

Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers (APNSW)

APCASO is a civil society network of community-based and non-governmental organisations that provide HIV and AIDS related programs and services in the Asia Pacific region.

Coordination on Action Research on AIDS and Mobility (CARAM Asia) is a regional network working on migration and health issues.

HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia and the Pacific is a one-stop online resource offering easy access to multiple sources of HIV & AIDS data focusing on 26 countries and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China in Asia-Pacific. is an online database of HIV & AIDS policies for Asia and the Pacific for use by policy makers, practitioners, fieldworkers, researchers and students.

International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) is devoted to advocacy on HIV treatments access.

MPACT Global (formerly MSMGF) advocates for equitable access to effective HIV prevention, care, treatment, and support services tailored to the needs of gay men and other MSM, including those living with HIV. MPACT also advocates for GMSM human rights worldwide.

Youth LEAD aims to develop youth leadership among key affected populations to improve youth involvement in community, national and regional programming processes.

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