KHANA (est. 1996) is a linking organization of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and the largest national NGO providing HIV prevention, care and support services at the community level in Cambodia, as well as integrated sexual and reproductive health, family planning, maternal child health, TB and livelihoods programming.
KHANA has extensive experience in implementing projects funded by international donors including USAID, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, Australian Aid, European Commission, WFP and International HIV/AIDS Alliance. KHANA currently works with 19 NGOs as implementing partners to provide vital, high quality care and support services to over 17,000 PLHIV and over 41,000 members of key populations (i.e. entertainment workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people, people who use and who inject drugs).
We also have significant capacity in delivering services and technical support across other technical areas including monitoring and evaluation, organizational and institutional development, research, grant management and advocacy. KHANA’s institutional capabilities are reflected through its strong management structures and resources for effective project implementation, as well as the high calibre and experience of KHANA’s staff and associates.
Our Current and Recent Donor-Funded Projects
USAID HIV/AIDS Flagship Project 2012 – 2017 (Primary Recipient)
KHANA is the prime of this project, which includes consortium partners FHI 360 and PSI. KHANA provides TS to community- and health facility-based Centers of Excellence to test efficacy/cost-effectiveness of technical innovations in prevention, care and support. KHANA facilitates the transfer of skills and adapt organizational structures and technical innovation models for cohesive, coordinated, and evidence-informed HIV programming.
GFATM New Funding Model - CBPCS (Sub Recipient)
The new Community Based Prevention, Care and Support (CBPCS) model upholds the principles of cost-effectiveness, sustainability, greater involvement of key populations and people living with HIV, gender sensitivity and a greater emphasis on a health sector approach. The program/model focuses on Community-Based Support for PLHIV with the Greatest Need while reduces Community-Based Support for "Stabilized" PLHIV.
USAID Sustainable Action against HIV/AIDS in Communities (SAHACOM) 2009 – 2014 (Primary Recipient)
KHANA improved health and quality of life of key populations, adults and children living with HIV, and OVC across 8 provinces and 1 municipality in Cambodia through increased coverage, quality and sustainability of comprehensive and integrated community-based services; improved uptake of innovative and targeted HIV prevention interventions and services by key populations; and strengthened capacity and leadership of civil society organizations.
EC Asia Action for Harm Reduction 2013 – 2015 (Sub-Recipient)
Under this regional advocacy project, KHANA supported the design, development and facilitation of training of senior law enforcement agents in Cambodia on harm reduction, sensitize them to the needs of drug users and improve capacity on the interpretation and implementation of key policies. KHANA facilitated policy dialogues on strengthening the enabling environment for drug users and strengthened strategic partnerships with key stakeholders.
Global Fund HIV Single Stream Funding Phase II 2014-2017 (Sub-Recipient)
KHANA delivers prevention, care, support, and impact mitigation services to key populations, people living with HIV, pregnant women and their partners in 17 provinces in Cambodia. KHANA strengthens linkages between service providers and communities. KHANA also increased HIV case detection and HIV/STI care and treatment services and facilitated early enrolment into CoC and/or the PMTCT program. KHANA works closely with the national program to strengthen institutional capacity of service providers for more effective implementation of activities.
Australian Aid HIV/AIDS Asia Regional Program for Harm Reduction 2009-2014 (Sub-Recipient)
Under this project, KHANA provides comprehensive community-based harm reduction service package to drug users and their sexual partners. Services are provided through peer outreach that includes distribution of IEC materials, condoms, needles and syringes, and referrals to other services; and drop in centers that provide primary medical health care services, psychosocial, nutritional and family support activities.