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BRAC

BRAC

BRAC is an international development organisation based in Bangladesh and acts as a catalyst, creating platforms for people to realise their potential. BRAC is now working in 11 countries across Asia and Africa with a vision, “a world free from all forms of exploitation and discrimination where everyone has the opportunity to realise their potential”. BRAC has been working to eliminate extreme poverty, expand the financial choices of people living in poverty, develop employable skills for decent work at home and abroad, respond to climate change and emergency, ensure gender equality, universal access to healthcare, nutrition, water and sanitation, make cities and human settlements safe, resilient, and sustainable, support marginalised communities to improve their quality of education, provide higher education, banking and financial services and improve socio-economic condition through social enterprises

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance (KHANA) was established in 1996 and is the largest national NGO providing HIV prevention, care and support services at the Community level in Cambodia. KHANA specialises in teh field of integrated sexual and reproductive health, family planning, maternal and child health, TB, and livelihoods programming with extensive experiences in implementing projects funded by international donors including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, USAID, and the European Commission.

KHANA’s institutional capabilities are further reflected through its strong management structures, community mobilisation and technical capacities in service delivery, project monitoring and evaluation, research, grant management, and advocacy.

India HIV/AIDS Alliance

India HIV/AIDS Alliance

Founded in 1999, India HIV/IDS Alliance (Alliance India) is a non-governmental organisation operating in partnership with civil society, government and communities to support sustained responses to HIV in India that protect rights and improve health. Complementing the Indian national programme, we build capacity, provide technical support and advocate to strengthen the delivery of effective, innovative, community-based HIV programmes to vulnerable populations affected by the epidemic.  Alliance India places equal value on every human life. Fuelled by this conviction the organization work to foster wellbeing, equality, and affirm the dignity of HIV communities and key population groups; including men who have sex with men, women in sex work, transgender, people who inject drugs and people living with HIV. 

BRAC

BRAC

BRAC is an international development organisation based in Bangladesh and acts as a catalyst, creating platforms for people to realise their potential. BRAC is now working in 11 countries across Asia and Africa with a vision, “a world free from all forms of exploitation and discrimination where everyone has the opportunity to realise their potential”. BRAC has been working to eliminate extreme poverty, expand the financial choices of people living in poverty, develop employable skills for decent work at home and abroad, respond to climate change and emergency, ensure gender equality, universal access to healthcare, nutrition, water and sanitation, make cities and human settlements safe, resilient, and sustainable, support marginalised communities to improve their quality of education, provide higher education, banking and financial services and improve socio-economic condition through social enterprises

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance

Khmer HIV/AIDS NGO Alliance (KHANA) was established in 1996 and is the largest national NGO providing HIV prevention, care and support services at the Community level in Cambodia. KHANA specialises in teh field of integrated sexual and reproductive health, family planning, maternal and child health, TB, and livelihoods programming with extensive experiences in implementing projects funded by international donors including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, USAID, and the European Commission.

KHANA’s institutional capabilities are further reflected through its strong management structures, community mobilisation and technical capacities in service delivery, project monitoring and evaluation, research, grant management, and advocacy.

India HIV/AIDS Alliance

India HIV/AIDS Alliance

Founded in 1999, India HIV/IDS Alliance (Alliance India) is a non-governmental organisation operating in partnership with civil society, government and communities to support sustained responses to HIV in India that protect rights and improve health. Complementing the Indian national programme, we build capacity, provide technical support and advocate to strengthen the delivery of effective, innovative, community-based HIV programmes to vulnerable populations affected by the epidemic.  Alliance India places equal value on every human life. Fuelled by this conviction the organization work to foster wellbeing, equality, and affirm the dignity of HIV communities and key population groups; including men who have sex with men, women in sex work, transgender, people who inject drugs and people living with HIV.