The First Semester Brief Report tells the story of AUA’s year so far,
including program highlights from the first six months of 2016.
It has been a busy period for AUA. As well as our ongoing activities in patient care and triage, we have sharpened our focus on PLHIV rights, collaborating with NGOs and the government sector to organize advocacy workshops and forums around IDPoor. Staff also mobilized for a special project in Peam Village, Kandal province in response to the HIV cluster identified there. These are just some of the highlights you can read about in our recently published First Semester 2016 Brief Report.
The report also contains a summary of our program reach and impact. This semester, AUA clinical staff served more than 7000 people at nine pre-ART/ART sites in Phnom Penh and Kampong Cham. Working in close cooperation with our NGO partners and service providers, AUA facilitated direct assistance for more than 1200 PLHIV, including transportation assistance, specialty service referral, and blood test support.
AUA welcomed 39 new Members to the association over this period, increasing our total membership base to well over 2000.
If you’re curious about what we have planned for the rest of 2016, the report also outlines some of AUA’s upcoming activities and the goals we have set for the remainder of the year.
On behalf of all AUA staff and project beneficiaries, we would like to thank our current donors, Solidarité Sida and KHANA, for making our work and achievements this semester possible.