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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+). In 2011, the APL+ expanded the network into 12 provinces (12 self-support groups) around the country with 707 members, including 341 women. The total number of members is currently 1,200 people, including 404 women, who registered with self-support groups (SG).

    There are 32 permanent members including 14 women in 13 SGs in 13 provinces namely Vientiane capital, Vientiane province, Xayabouly, Laungprabang, Udomxay, Laungnamtha, Borkeo, Houphan, Bolikhamxay, Khammoun, Savanaketh, Salavan, and Champasak). These provinces are divided into 3 regions (Northern, Middle, and Southern). In each region, there are 3 people taking a leading role within the network .

    APL’s Vision: 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. APL’S Mission: APL+ is strengthening the coordination in partnerships with the Lao government and CSOs as well as CBOs responding to HIV/AIDS in Lao PDR. APL+ is the key representative and key voice of PLHIV in Laos. To be involved with all programmes related to HIV/AIDS responses and services, to build the capacity for PLHIV at all levels and to respond to the national HIV/AIDS strategic plan.

    • 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+). In 2011, the APL+ expanded the network into 12 provinces (12 self-support groups) around the country with 707 members, including 341 women. The total number of members is currently 1,200 people, including 404 women, who registered with self-support groups (SG).

      There are 32 permanent members including 14 women in 13 SGs in 13 provinces namely Vientiane capital, Vientiane province, Xayabouly, Laungprabang, Udomxay, Laungnamtha, Borkeo, Houphan, Bolikhamxay, Khammoun, Savanaketh, Salavan, and Champasak). These provinces are divided into 3 regions (Northern, Middle, and Southern). In each region, there are 3 people taking a leading role within the network .

      APL’s Vision: 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. APL’S Mission: APL+ is strengthening the coordination in partnerships with the Lao government and CSOs as well as CBOs responding to HIV/AIDS in Lao PDR. APL+ is the key representative and key voice of PLHIV in Laos. To be involved with all programmes related to HIV/AIDS responses and services, to build the capacity for PLHIV at all levels and to respond to the national HIV/AIDS strategic plan.

    • Project

      The Scale up the capacity of women living with HIV/AIDS and awareness campaign for risk communities (SWAC) project produces media such as short videos and documentaries sharing stories of those infected with HIV/AIDS as a means to boost confidence, confirm normalcy in living, while sensitising the general public that discrimination is wrong.

      This project is an extended phase of the previous Voice project ‘Empower the hidden voices of women living with HIV/AIDS‘ that provided support through technical training to HIV positive women, men and Men Having Sex with Men (MSMs) who are organised in self-help groups and working in local hospitals.

      This project undertakes several activities to disseminate knowledge on risk groups to prevent further infections in Vientiane Capital and six other target provinces: Luangnamtha, Bokeo, Luang Prabang, Houaphanh, Oudomxay, and Xayaboury. This increases their knowledge and empowers the target audience to recognise and understand their condition as well as ensure that they feel comfortable. The project also ensures that they have access to information, and are properly and appropriately cared for.

  • Project

    The Scale up the capacity of women living with HIV/AIDS and awareness campaign for risk communities (SWAC) project produces media such as short videos and documentaries sharing stories of those infected with HIV/AIDS as a means to boost confidence, confirm normalcy in living, while sensitising the general public that discrimination is wrong.

    This project is an extended phase of the previous Voice project ‘Empower the hidden voices of women living with HIV/AIDS‘ that provided support through technical training to HIV positive women, men and Men Having Sex with Men (MSMs) who are organised in self-help groups and working in local hospitals.

    This project undertakes several activities to disseminate knowledge on risk groups to prevent further infections in Vientiane Capital and six other target provinces: Luangnamtha, Bokeo, Luang Prabang, Houaphanh, Oudomxay, and Xayaboury. This increases their knowledge and empowers the target audience to recognise and understand their condition as well as ensure that they feel comfortable. The project also ensures that they have access to information, and are properly and appropriately cared for.

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