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Partners in Compassion , Cambodia

PARTNERS in COMPASSION CAMBODIA is a group of concerned Khmer and Expatriates, who share in a common desire to assist the Cambodian people in raising the standards of life for the most vulnerable groups in its society. Its members include Buddhist Monks and Persons of various Religious backgrounds. The intent of the group is to assist each other, and to work in harmony with other organizations in Cambodia , in the development of and care for those who seek its services. It provides education, financial assistance, food supplement, medicine, medical care and spiritual guidance as is required, provided that it is within the capabilities of and in agreement with the providers.
Partners in Compassion Cambodia
PO Box 2435 / Phnom Penh 3 / Cambodia
http://partnersincompassioncambodia.com/ 

Cambodian People living with HIV/AIDS Network (CPN+)
The Cambodian People living with HIV/AIDS Network (CPN+) was established in July 2001 to responsd to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Cambodia and to mitigate its impact on PLHAs and effected people. CPN+ has a multi-sectoral approach to HIV/AIDs and recognises that HIV concerns all sectors of society, and government. CPN+ works from a holistic, development approach that is gender sensitive and people centered, with a focus on empowering PLWHA in the community and society, involving partnerships with government, NGO's, local community, men and women, adults and youth. It also calls for community development and mobilization for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support.

Heng Phin | Programme Officer | MMM
Mobile: 855-12-849 963 | Office Phone: 855-23-880 072 
Mailing: #99, Street 608, Boeungkok II, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
E-mail:
hengphin@cpn.org.kh | hengphin@yahoo.com 


Laos

Norwegian Church Aid

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) is a non-governmental and ecumenical organisation that works to ensure the individual's basic rights. Anchored in the Christian faith, NCA supports the poorest of the poor, regardless of gender, political conviction, religious affiliation and ethnicity. In order to obtain permanent changes, NCA co-operates with church organisations and other local organisations that are involved in emergency relief, long-term development assistance and building attitudes and influencing decision-making.
NORWEGIAN CHURCH AID
Phone: +47 22 09 27 00
Telefax: + 47 22 09 27 20
Office address: Sandakerveien 74
Mailing adress: P.O.Box 4544 , Nydalen
0404 Oslo
Norway
E-mail:
nca-oslo@nca.no
http://www.nca.no/article/articleview/1716/1/40/ 

Ministry of Health, Center for HIV/ AIDS/ STI's

Myanmar

International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Myanmar
The Alliance supports community action on AIDS in Myanmar through provision of technical and financial support to local NGOs and CBOs. The work in Myanmar focuses on key populations affected by the epidemic, specifically sex workers, men who have sex with men and people living with HIV. 

www.aidsalliance.org
Contact person:Choo Phuah
Email:
aidsalliance@myanmar.com.mm
Phone: 95 1 540542; 558074
Postal Address: 7A6 Yankin Center , Yankin Township , Yangon , Myanmar

Nepal

Youth Vision Services
Comprehensive program for drug users and PHA: Established in1988 Youth Vision Services
Contact person: Bijay Pandey
Email:
yvbup@wlink.com.np : bigjoy@wlink.com.np
Phone: +9771-5525331: +97715520369
Postal Address: GPO Box 8801 Kathmandu Nepal

Society for Positive Atmosphere and Related Support to HIV and AIDS
SPARSHA was initiated by the Richmond Society, a drug rehabilitation centre. Clients were tested as part of their rehabilitation and they shared their feelings with the counselors and each other. This was in 2002. At the time the clients would go back to their homes or communities after their rehabilitation. But, what they were looking for was a place and group where they could share their experiences. From this the idea for SPARSHA evolved. SPARSHA was set up for PLWHAs and their friends.

Vietnam

Hai Phong Sub-Department for Social Evils Control

AIDS PROGRAM
Established in 1996, the AIDS program aims to create IEC and care for high risk behavior groups in the poor communities. Besides, we aim to mobilise new non-governmental and community-based organisations to incorporate HIV work within their programmes, and to strengthen those local organisations already working in this area, and technical support.
Contact person: Mr Pham Thanh Van
Email:
aidsprogram@hcm.vnn.vn
Phone: 8 08 8416158
Postal Address : 54/3 Le Quang Dinh.Binh Thanh dist. HCM City . Viet Nam