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  • Organisation

    LaoPHA is a non-profit association registered under the decree of association from the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Organisation focuses on self-support groups and network strengthening, including peer-counseling in ARV centers, home-based care services by trained home-care teams from the self-supporting groups of people living with HIV (PLHIV), orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), MSM/TG, and their families.

    The Organisation also contributes to the improvement of health, social welfare and well-being of key affected populations through active participation in the development of health care services, social support, and community advocacy initiatives that improve the quality of life, remove barriers to health services and reduce discrimination and stigmatisation.

    This project is active in the target provinces of Champasack, Khammouane, Savannakhet, Vientiane capital and Vientiane province.

    • Organisation

      LaoPHA is a non-profit association registered under the decree of association from the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Organisation focuses on self-support groups and network strengthening, including peer-counseling in ARV centers, home-based care services by trained home-care teams from the self-supporting groups of people living with HIV (PLHIV), orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), MSM/TG, and their families.

      The Organisation also contributes to the improvement of health, social welfare and well-being of key affected populations through active participation in the development of health care services, social support, and community advocacy initiatives that improve the quality of life, remove barriers to health services and reduce discrimination and stigmatisation.

      This project is active in the target provinces of Champasack, Khammouane, Savannakhet, Vientiane capital and Vientiane province.

    • Project

      Key Population Capacity and Advocacy Initiative -KPs-CAI project influences change in policies and in the society by binarism of male-and-female genders in the Lao society by starting to educate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people, and Female sex workers to understand the concept of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI). This increases their communication skills to talk with their peers, gatekeepers, and stakeholders.

      The project has a hotline and online services for LGBT people and Female sex workers to demonstrate broader services for LGBT people and Female sex worker other than the current health programs to improve their life quality thus ensuring proportionate representation and beneficiaries.

      This is achievable through directly engaging LGBT people and Female sex workers with the current possibility of sexual diversity communities in Lao PDR, including the gay men community, the lesbian community, and the transgender women community.

      Some other project activities include capacity building, outreach sessions, awareness campaigns, organising online platforms, crisis response management (a mechanism to provide assistance to LGBT people, who may experience violence or discrimination based on SOGI), production of IEC materials on SOGI and skill building on policy advocacy.

       

  • Project

    Key Population Capacity and Advocacy Initiative -KPs-CAI project influences change in policies and in the society by binarism of male-and-female genders in the Lao society by starting to educate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people, and Female sex workers to understand the concept of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI). This increases their communication skills to talk with their peers, gatekeepers, and stakeholders.

    The project has a hotline and online services for LGBT people and Female sex workers to demonstrate broader services for LGBT people and Female sex worker other than the current health programs to improve their life quality thus ensuring proportionate representation and beneficiaries.

    This is achievable through directly engaging LGBT people and Female sex workers with the current possibility of sexual diversity communities in Lao PDR, including the gay men community, the lesbian community, and the transgender women community.

    Some other project activities include capacity building, outreach sessions, awareness campaigns, organising online platforms, crisis response management (a mechanism to provide assistance to LGBT people, who may experience violence or discrimination based on SOGI), production of IEC materials on SOGI and skill building on policy advocacy.

     

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