Canada Southest Asia Regional HIV/AIDS Program
The Conference was one of the best scientific gatherings I have attended. The approach to the topics were scientific but realistic, addressing challenges that development workers face on the field in clear and simple terms. What was most exciting was the opportunity to interact with like-minded people from both Canada and other LMICs, who are passionate about helping others. 2017 delegate
Cambodia; Lao PDR; Thailand; Vietnam
Governments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam
HealthBridge Foundation of Canada

The Project aimed to strengthen the capacities of stakeholders in the four countries to design and implement national HIV/AIDS prevention strategies, establishing a comprehensive mobility model consistent with the Regional Strategy for identifying and scaling-up effective interventions to reach the most vulnerable to mobility and HIV. This included national stakeholders’ full and active participation in project design, work plan development, research, the promotion of an enabling environment and transparent supervision of multi-national programming, monitoring and evaluation.

The Canada South East Asia Regional HIV/AIDS Prgram (CSEARHAP) worked with National AIDS Authorities in each of the four project countries, as well as their respective Ministries of Health, Social Services, Agriculture, Labour, Education, Transportation and Immigration, representatives of affected populations, and selected civil society groups.


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