HIV in Cambodia
The first case of HIV was detected in Cambodia in 1991, after which prevalence increased steadily ...
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Welcome to KHANA !
KHANA is the largest national NGO providing integrated HIV prevention, care and support services at the community level in Cambodia.

KHANA works through a strong network of community-based implementing partners , our connection to the communities that we serve. Our focus on community-based responses and our extensive experience in Cambodia give us a deep understanding of the socio-cultural context of communities affected by HIV, and a structure and programme that is strongly aligned with the national response. Our programmes have focused on:

KHANA’s key intervention areas include integrated care and prevention...

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KHANA holds the PEPFAR-USAID sponsored Orientation Meeting today, 17 October 2014, at the Green Palace Hotel, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. “The meeting today gives us great opportunity to highlight the Year-2 HIV/AIDS Flagship achievements and the HIV/AIDS Flagship Project Work-plan Year 3 to our partners and concerned stakeholders including our donor,” said Mr. Choub Sok Chamreun, Deputy Director in charge of Operations and representative of the consortium partners of HIV/AIDS Flagship.
The HIV/AIDS Flagship Project (“Flagship”) is a 5-year project implemented by a consortium of KHANA (prime), FHI 360 and PSI/PSK. The focus of Flagship is to develop and test new technical innovations targeting most-at-risk populations (MARPs), which includes entertainment workers (EWs), men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender people (TG) and people who inject drugs (PWI); and people living with HIV (PLHIV) through Centers of Excellence (CoEs).
“Exactly 9 months from 1 January to 30 September 2014, we have screen-tested 31,439 people at high risk of HIV and found 126 of them HIV+ in many provinces, especially Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang and Kampong Som where at least 80% of most at risk populations live and work,” said Dr. Oum Sopheap, KHANA Executive Director.
Our work is made possible through contributions and support from the following partners: