NEWSROOM July 13, 2016

Former President of Fiji Joining APCOM in AIDS 2016

Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, the former president of the Republic of Fiji, will be joining HIV financing experts and community advocates in one of APCOM’s AIDS 2016 sessions titled No Money No Honey: Investing in MSM and community-led interventions to end AIDS in Asia by 2030. Crafted in a talk show format, No Money No Honey will take place in UNAIDS Community Dialogue …

SHOWCASE November 13, 2015

Limelight: Tamani Rama (Fiji)

Limelight is a series profiling the unsung individual community advocates.

Youth Voices Count’s second Ignite! Mentorship Program was held in Bangkok this month. Young LGBT community advocates from all over Asia attended the five-day workshop designed to enhance their professional development and advocacy work. APCOM had the privilege of speaking to Tamani Rama, 22, a youth trans advocate from Fiji, about what it’s like to be a transgender person in …

RESEARCH November 4, 2014

Assessing the needs of MSM and Transgender people in Fiji regarding their Sexual Health and Well-being

APCOM Coalition Partner for Australaisa, The New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) have been working in the Pacific delivering a programme funded by the Pacific Islands HIV and STI Response Fund and managed by the Secreteriat of the Pacific Community (SPC). The work has primarily been carried out in partnership with local organisations in Tonga and Samoa and has sought to increase …

PUBLICATIONS August 24, 2014

In or Out?

This review analyses the inclusion of young key populations in the NSPs for HIV and AIDS of 19 countries in the Asia-Pacific region namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Fiji, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Viet Nam. The primary document examined for the review of each country’s strategy …

REGIONAL August 7, 2013

Spotlight: Haus of Khameleon, Fiji

Haus of Khameleon is a youth and transgender led feminist movement working to create a safe space for Transgender people in Fiji. Formerly known as the ’Fiji Transgender Empowerment Project’ under the Fiji Arts Council (2010-11), Haus of Khameleon has gone through a period of reinvention to expand, restrategise and replenish their work. They believe in the power of Art as …