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  • Organisation

    The Lao Network of people living with HIV/AIDS was established in 2003 under the umbrella of the Lao Red Cross to work with people living with HIV/AIDS nationwide with an emphasis on 12 provinces, based on decrees of Association. The LNP+ was registered and approved as a legal entity on June 28, 2012, as the Association of People Living with HIV/AIDs Network (APL+).  APL’s Vision is that people who are living with and are affected by HIV/AIDS have a better quality of life and that all PLHIV have equal rights in society and are able to live without stigma and discrimination.

    While the Asssociation has got its own empowerment grant for this project, they serve as the host of informal group Takienglao.

    • Organisation

      The Lao Network of people living with HIV/AIDS was established in 2003 under the umbrella of the Lao Red Cross to work with people living with HIV/AIDS nationwide with an emphasis on 12 provinces, based on decrees of Association. The LNP+ was registered and approved as a legal entity on June 28, 2012, as the Association of People Living with HIV/AIDs Network (APL+).  APL’s Vision is that people who are living with and are affected by HIV/AIDS have a better quality of life and that all PLHIV have equal rights in society and are able to live without stigma and discrimination.

      While the Asssociation has got its own empowerment grant for this project, they serve as the host of informal group Takienglao.

    • Project

      The project titled Empowering KADO ethnic women develops a culture and partner self-support group to promote local ownership by using

      • participatory and community dialogue methods;
      • competency-based strengthening of capacities at village level;
      • strengthening and empowering existing community structures and systems including tackling the underlying and immediate causes of gender-based violence;
      • health and nutrition insecurity with approaches geared to behaviour change and skills acquisition at the core of its interventions.

      The project provides community system strengthening for gender, health and nutrition-sensitive support while facilitating access of ethnic women groups to quality services in 5 villages in Salavan province. The project also maps out gender-based violence, health, and nutrition-sensitive support services available and key stakeholders in the target village in order to design a participatory needs assessment to be conducted in 10 target villages.

      This project is jointly developed by Takienglao and Salavanh district partners, including mass organisation and Health district Office, and target communities addressing the needs of their communities with whom they have strong relations such as local authorities.

  • Project

    The project titled Empowering KADO ethnic women develops a culture and partner self-support group to promote local ownership by using

    • participatory and community dialogue methods;
    • competency-based strengthening of capacities at village level;
    • strengthening and empowering existing community structures and systems including tackling the underlying and immediate causes of gender-based violence;
    • health and nutrition insecurity with approaches geared to behaviour change and skills acquisition at the core of its interventions.

    The project provides community system strengthening for gender, health and nutrition-sensitive support while facilitating access of ethnic women groups to quality services in 5 villages in Salavan province. The project also maps out gender-based violence, health, and nutrition-sensitive support services available and key stakeholders in the target village in order to design a participatory needs assessment to be conducted in 10 target villages.

    This project is jointly developed by Takienglao and Salavanh district partners, including mass organisation and Health district Office, and target communities addressing the needs of their communities with whom they have strong relations such as local authorities.

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