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  • Organisation

    ARV Users Association (AUA) is a community-based organization that were formed by a group of people living with HIV with 86% of AUA#s current staff live with HIV, 60% of their management team are women, and many staff come from ethnic backgrounds. Since register with MoI in 2003, AUA plays an important role in coordinating different stakeholder groups where they bring together government and civil society representatives, service providers and community members to advocate for human rights and access to quality healthcare. AUA builds capacity and leadership within the community by training and employing People Living with HIV (PLHIV). This is unique among HIV/AIDS organizations in Cambodia in that our staff works directly alongside healthcare providers. AUA#s triage teams support patient reception, case management, referrals, and partner tracing and testing, while our counselors and group organizers offer targeted social support that focuses on treatment adherence and positive prevention. AUA also provides financial and in-kind support forgreatest-need patients.

    AUA’s vision is to see Cambodian people, especially those People Living with HIV/AIDS have full access to Universal Rights Dignity and Peace. AUA’s mission is to empower people living with HIV/AIDS, particularly those receiving ART, to understand their illness, treatment and right to quality care; and to confront the challenges in their lives.

    • Organisation

      ARV Users Association (AUA) is a community-based organization that were formed by a group of people living with HIV with 86% of AUA#s current staff live with HIV, 60% of their management team are women, and many staff come from ethnic backgrounds. Since register with MoI in 2003, AUA plays an important role in coordinating different stakeholder groups where they bring together government and civil society representatives, service providers and community members to advocate for human rights and access to quality healthcare. AUA builds capacity and leadership within the community by training and employing People Living with HIV (PLHIV). This is unique among HIV/AIDS organizations in Cambodia in that our staff works directly alongside healthcare providers. AUA#s triage teams support patient reception, case management, referrals, and partner tracing and testing, while our counselors and group organizers offer targeted social support that focuses on treatment adherence and positive prevention. AUA also provides financial and in-kind support forgreatest-need patients.

      AUA’s vision is to see Cambodian people, especially those People Living with HIV/AIDS have full access to Universal Rights Dignity and Peace. AUA’s mission is to empower people living with HIV/AIDS, particularly those receiving ART, to understand their illness, treatment and right to quality care; and to confront the challenges in their lives.

    • Project

      “Our voice, our community” is the continuation project working with people living with HIV (PLHIV) through forming of an inclusive self-help group including women, youth, elderly, people with disabilities, sex and entertainment workers, and LGBTQI. In this phase,this project aim to strengthening the influencing capacity and knowledge of the inclusive self-help groups to have ownership of this group. It’s intend to support them challenges issues by their own, improve their confident to speak up, be open and able to advocate for their need and issues to be addressed. In order to achieved this, AUA has proposed a 24 month project duration with intervention approaches as below:

      Key expectation 1: Inclusive SHG from 4 target areas have increased knowledge and capacity on advocacy skills and able to lead define their long-term goal for sustainability of their group.
      Key expectation 2: The inclusive SHGs have capacity to share knowledge to their members, strengthening their group through mobilize meetingand reflection.
      Key expectation 3: Conduct influencing advocacy, lobbying, and mobilizing resources in order to promote their voices and visibility without discrimination through community campaign and social media.
      Key expectation 4: Peer to peers intervention support and counselling on domestic violence through innovative referral system.

      Key expectation 5: Conduct reflection learning, documentation and publication as the role model group of PLHIV.

      This project is expected to cover 4 different community in Banteay Meanchey and Ratanakiri provinces.

  • Project

    “Our voice, our community” is the continuation project working with people living with HIV (PLHIV) through forming of an inclusive self-help group including women, youth, elderly, people with disabilities, sex and entertainment workers, and LGBTQI. In this phase,this project aim to strengthening the influencing capacity and knowledge of the inclusive self-help groups to have ownership of this group. It’s intend to support them challenges issues by their own, improve their confident to speak up, be open and able to advocate for their need and issues to be addressed. In order to achieved this, AUA has proposed a 24 month project duration with intervention approaches as below:

    Key expectation 1: Inclusive SHG from 4 target areas have increased knowledge and capacity on advocacy skills and able to lead define their long-term goal for sustainability of their group.
    Key expectation 2: The inclusive SHGs have capacity to share knowledge to their members, strengthening their group through mobilize meetingand reflection.
    Key expectation 3: Conduct influencing advocacy, lobbying, and mobilizing resources in order to promote their voices and visibility without discrimination through community campaign and social media.
    Key expectation 4: Peer to peers intervention support and counselling on domestic violence through innovative referral system.

    Key expectation 5: Conduct reflection learning, documentation and publication as the role model group of PLHIV.

    This project is expected to cover 4 different community in Banteay Meanchey and Ratanakiri provinces.

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