Cambodia

The Epidemic

Cambodia has been making great strides against the AIDS epidemic. In 2005, the government began requiring the use of condoms in brothels, where sex workers and their clients are at greater risk for HIV. AIDS-related deaths have fallen steadily since. Cambodia is also one of eight middle- and low-income countries to meet the World Health Organization’s 2009 treatment goals on the way to universal access to ART.

  • Population: 14,952, 665 (National Census)5
  • Estimated People Living with HIV (PLHIV) age over 15: 74,572 (NCHADS)
  • People Receiving ART age over 15: 44,318 (NCHADS)
  • People Under Care and Support (Pre ART + ART): 49,522 (NCHADS)
  • People Receiving ART under AHF: 18,294
  • People Under Care and Support (Pre ART + ART) under AHF: 20,952
  • Treatment Sites Supported by AHF: 22

AHF in Cambodia

AHF Cambodia was established in 2005 in close partnership with the Ministry of Health (MoH), the National Centre for HIV/AIDS, Dermatology and STD (NCHADS) and the Preah Ket Mealea Hospital of the Royal Government of Cambodia. AHF Cambodia Cares provides support and technical assistance to ensure the provision of high quality treatment of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) in the country.

As part of advocacy activities, every year AHF Cambodia participates in events such as the Water Festival and World AIDS Day campaign. These activities bring together various NGO partners, networks, the MoH, the NCHADS and Municipal Health Department to raise HIV/AIDS awareness, distributes free condoms and conducts free rapid HIV testing across Cambodia, kicking off our worldwide Test & Treat campaign.

Testing Event at Water Festival

AHF Services in Cambodia

AHF provides comprehensive HIV treatment and prevention services in Cambodia, including antiretroviral therapy and free HIV testing.

AHF Cambodia
Mr. Ung Kim Heang – Country Program Manager, Cambodia
# 55, street 468,
Toul Tumpong 1
Chamkar Morn
Phnom Penh
Cambodia
Desk Phone: (+855) 23 21 67 67 / 23 21 57 67

AHF Cambodia supports 27 sites including satellite sites (in cities and provinces):
1. Angroka Referral Hospital
2. Chamkadong Referral Hospital
3. Daunkeo Referral Hospital
4. Kampong Cham Referral Hospital
5. Kampong Thom Referral Hospital
6. Kampot Referral Hospital
7. Kean Svay Referral Hospital
8. Khmer-Sovet Friendship Hospital
9. Kirivong Referral Hospital
10. Koh Thom Referral Hospital
11. Mean Chey Referral Hospital
12. Odor Mean Chey Referral Hospital
13. Pearaing Referral Hospital
14. Pochentong Referral Hospital
15. Preah Kossamak Hospital
16. Preah Ket Mealea Hospital
17. Preah Sihanouk Ville Referral Hospital
18. Prey Kabas Referral Hospital
19. Pursat Referral Hospital
20. Romeas Heak Referral Hospital
21. Samdach Euv Referral Hospital
22. Steung Treng Referral Hospital
23. R5 Military Hospital
24. Udong Referral Hospital
25. Kong Pisey Referral Hospital
26. Baray Santuk Referral Hospital
27. Siem Reap Provincial Hospital

AHF Cambodia also supported 14 MMM sites
1. Baray-Suntuk Referral Hospital
2. Chamkardong Referral Hospital
3. Chamkarleu Referral Hospital
4. Cheung Prey Referral Hospital
5. Kampong Cham Referral Hospital
6. Kean Svay Referral Hospital
7. Mean Chey Referral Hospital
8. Memut Referral Hospital
9. Pocheng Tong Referral Hospital
10. Prey Kabas Referral Hospital
11. Prey Kabase Referral Hospital
12. Sam Dach Euv Referral Hospital
13. Srey Santor Referral Hospital
14. Tbong Kmom Referral Hospital

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