Thai Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (TNP+)

About Thai Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (TNP+)

In 1995-1996, people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) in Thailand started coming together to form support groups. The key factor that led them to form these groups was that they faced discrimination and the public lacked understanding about HIV/AIDS. Hence, the initial purpose of forming PHA groups was the need for a place where they could meet to share common experiences and problems and to give each other moral support. At that time there were groups in the upper north region and in Bangkok. The International Conference of People Living with HIV/AIDS held in Chiang Mai in 1995 was also a factor that encouraged more PHA in many parts of Thailand to form groups. These later become the PHA network. Additionally, some non-governmental organizations and governmental organizations also provided support for PHAs to form groups.

Contact details

Thai Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS / Central & Western Region
494 Soi 14 Ladprao 101 Rd, Klongjan, Bangkapi, BKK 10240

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CountryDateWho FiledOpposition typeOpposition statusPatent typeRelated patent applicationMore info
Thailand18-07-2012Thai Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (TNP+)OtherUnknownCombinationTH0401000086View/Comment

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