Imagine a world where all people have equal access to quality care and the resources they need to manage their own health. Imagine a world free from HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, where all people living with HIV can lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

ទស្សនៈវិស្ស័យ៖ យើងចង់ឃើញប្រជាពលរដ្ឋខ្មែរ ជាពិសេសអ្នកផ្ទុកមេរោគអេដស៍/ជំងឺអេដស៍ ទទួលបាននូវសិទ្ធិជាសកល ប្រកបដោយសេចក្តីថ្លេថ្នូរ និងសុខសន្តិភាព។

AUA’s vision is that all Cambodian people, especially those living with HIV/AIDS, will have full access to universal rights, dignity and peace.


AUA serves to empower people living with HIV/AIDS and most-at-risk populations through education, advocacy, leadership and mutual support.

បេសកកម្មរបស់យើងគឺ ដើម្បីជំរុញ សហគមន៍ សកម្មបន្ថែមទៀតនិង ជូនដំណឹង នៃមនុស្សដែល រស់នៅជាមួយ មេរោគអេដស៍ / ជំងឺអេដស៍ ដែលអាច ប្រកាន់ខ្ជាប់ ទៅនឹងការព្យាបាល មានប្រសិទ្ធភាព របស់ពួកគេ តស៊ូមតិដើម្បី ថែទាំសុខភាព ដែលមានគុណភាព និងការ ឆ្លើយតបទៅនឹង បញ្ហាប្រឈមក្នុង ជីវិតរបស់ពួកគេ បានល្អប្រសើរ។

Our mission is to foster a more active and informed community of people living with HIV/AIDS who are better able to effectively adhere to their treatment, advocate for quality healthcare and respond to the challenges in their lives.

AUA's approach is strongly informed by and strategically aligned with the Royal Government of Cambodia’s National 2013- 2017 Strategic Plan, a framework that guides stakeholders to scale up HIV/AIDS facilities, eliminate HIV/AIDS discrimination and reduce the number of new HIV infections.


  • To provide vital psychological support services to people living with HIV/AIDS in Cambodia.
  • To eliminate some of the major barriers that prevent economically or socially disadvantaged Cambodians from accessing HIV/AIDS diagnosis, care and medication.
  • To empower people living with HIV/AIDS through education so they can better understand their illness, treatment options and the full range of services available to them.
  • To advocate for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS and through accountability and education, create a zero-tolerance environment for HIV/AIDS-related discrimination.
  • To mobilize social support for people living with HIV/AIDS by eradicating HIV/AIDS-related stigma in Cambodian homes, communities and workplaces.
  • To coordinate with like-minded NGOs, civil society and the government sector as part of the Group of Champions to ensure a more effective, patient-oriented response to Cambodia’s HIV/AIDS epidemic.