Asia Catalyst is now accepting applications from community-based organisations in Cambodia, China, Myanmar, and Viet Nam that wish to develop advocacy strategies and implement community-led activities to address challenges that people living with HIV (PLHIV) and key populations encounter when seeking medical attention.

The Regional Rights Training Program, conducted in English, is an intensive one-year capacity-building program aimed at building skills in developing community-based advocacy campaigns to respond to discrimination in healthcare settings through a series of hands-on workshops, peer support and individualized coaching. The aim of the program is that each organization will develop knowledge and a set of skills to better analyze the barriers that lead to challenges for PLHIV and key populations to access quality healthcare services; learn how to design a community-based research project; and develop and implement a local or national campaign using their research results.

Read more about Asia Catalyst.

Please see below additional details, and for the application form for this program. Applications are due by January 24, 2015.

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