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AHF Thailand was established in 2014 with support from international, governmental, and local organizations. The program focuses on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment/care for key affected populations (KAPs) including men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender people (TG), sex workers, and migrant workers in Bangkok, Maesod/Tak, Chonburi, Ratchaburi, Samutsakorn, Nonthaburi, Khon Kaen, Udon Thani, Ubon Ratchathani, Rayong and Ranong through special/thematic events, condom/lube promotion and distribution, community-based HIV rapid testing services, and linkages to appropriate medical care. In addition, care and treatment such as ART, treatment of opportunistic infections and tuberculosis, home-based care, and nutrition support are provided for free and co-share particularly for poor migrant workers.
Key partners include Planned Parenthood Association of Thailand (PPAT) in Bangkok and Maesod/Tak, Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute, Taksin Hospital, Lerdsin Hospital, Bang Na General Hospital 1, Glove Clinic and The Poz Home Center in Bangkok, Banglamung Hospital in Chonburi. Sairoong Ratchaburi Group and Ratchaburi Hospital in Ratchaburi, Samut Sakorn Hospital, Khon Kaen Hospital, Udon Thani Hospital, Sunpasitthiprasong Hospital, Rayong Hospital, Ranong Hospital, Sisters Foundation, M-Can Group, Health and Opportunity Network and Bangkok Rainbow.
The Thai government has committed to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 with a National AIDS Strategic Plan. While the number of adults infected has slowly declined, substantial progress has been made in eliminating HIV infections among children; Thailand saw a 41% reduction of HIV child transmission from 2010-2014.
In 2018, an estimated 480,000 of Thai people are living with HIV, out of the 68 million total population. An estimated 6,400 new HIV infections occurred in 2018. Gender prevalence amongst adults (15-49) shows women at 1% compared to men at 1.2%. Out of the 450,000 of Thai people living with HIV, approximately 360,000 are on treatment.
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