What we do
We’re leading innovative health and human rights projects that address the needs of men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people in Asia and the Pacific.
- Monitoring and gathering relevant information
- Generating strategic information for communities
- Strengthening evidence-based advocacy
- Fostering two-way communication approaches
Online knowledge hub to fill in information gap in domains with little investment on addressing the HIV epidemic
We strive to improve the development and availability of evidence-informed strategic information that can also strengthen advocacy messages.
Since inception, we have generated policy and information briefs on a variety of issues and topics such as the need to allocate significant resources to MSM HIV programming, the effectiveness of involvement of community in research, mapping the HIV situation and response amongst MSM and transgender people, transgender health and rights, and addressing the needs of young MSM and transgender people.
To support this work, standing committees function as working groups to facilitate discussion and debate and to advance the advocacy work in five key areas:
Health sector engagement
Monitoring and gathering relevant information
Generating strategic information for communities
Strengthening evidence-based advocacy
Fostering two-way communication approaches