Projects and Initiatives

  • Multi-Country South Asia Global Fund HIV Programme

    The Multi-Country South Asia Global Fund HIV Programme (Phase 2) is a regional HIV Programme operating in seven countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The overall goal of the Programme is to reduce the impact of, and vulnerability to, HIV of men who have sex with men (MSM), hijras and transgender people through Community Systems Strengthening (CSS). The United Nations Development Programme Bangkok Regional Hub (UNDP BRH) serves the role of interim Principal Recipient.

  • Being LGBTI in Asia

    ‘Being LGBT in Asia’ encourages networking between LGBT people across the Asia-Pacific region, building a knowledge and evidence baseline, developing an understanding of the capacity of LGBT organizations to engage in policy dialogue, and community mobilization. Through this work, ‘Being LGBT in Asia’ promotes understanding of the inherent human rights of LGBT people and the stigma and discrimination they face across every country in the region.

  • Multi-Country Western Pacific Global Fund Programmes

    The Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme aims to improve the coverage and quality of HIV/TB prevention, treatment and care in 11 participating Western Pacific countries. The programme includes prevention programmes for key populations; PMTCT; HIV, STI and TB prevention, treatment and care services; addressing TB/HIV coinfection and multi-drug resistant TB, removing legal barriers to access; and community systems strengthening.

  • Promoting Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises for Inclusive, Equitable and Sustainable Development in South Asia

    The project objective was to address key areas for promoting women’s entrepreneurs and intraregional trade in South Asia so as to build, strengthen and enhance the capacity of women’s micro, small and medium enterprises to derive greater benefits from regional markets and value chains.

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