UNAIDS Asia-Pacific
Thailand leads way to ending AIDS

Opinion-Piece by Michel Sidibé, UNAIDS Executive Director. Bangkok Post, 27 Oct 2014. Thailand has set the global standard for how a country can effectively respond to AIDS and as a key...

Thailand reaffirms its commitment to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030

Thailand remains committed to working with other partners to end the AIDS epidemic in the region. Speaking to UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé on 27 October in Bangkok, Thailand, Prime Minister...

Civil society groups, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and UNAIDS launch mobile application. Civil society, public and private organizations and UNAIDS are leveraging advances in mobile technology to empower communities. This innovative partnership...

Viet Nam gets more value for money through integration of HIV services

A “one-stop-shop” health centre in Hanoi is providing integrated HIV and other healthcare services that are achieving progress and maximizing investments in the AIDS response in Viet Nam. Hanoi’s South Tu...

Viet Nam is the first country in Asia to commit to new HIV treatment targets

The Government of Viet Nam announced on 25 October its commitment to new targets intended to rapidly expand HIV treatment, thus becoming the first country in Asia to adopt the 90–90–90...

Myanmar’s Minister for Health, Than Aung, confirmed during a meeting with the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, J.V.R. Prasada Rao, that domestic funding for...

A national consultation was held on Advancing HIV-Sensitive Social Protection on 2 October in Phnom Penh. The meeting was organized by UNDP and UNAIDS in partnership with the Cambodian People Living...

A national HIV legal review report,  launched in Myanmar’s capital Nay Pyi Taw on 23 September, called for immediate and long-term legal reform and capacity building to ensure access to health...