Asia-Pacific Council of AIDS Service Organizations (APCASO)
Consejo de Asia-Pacifico de Organizaciones al Servicio del SIDA
Nov 1990, as one of 5 Regional Secretariats, set up by C-XC0013 - ICASO, formally organized in 1992. Incorporated, 2002.
Increase the capacity of community-based organizations (CBOs) and non-governmental organizations to respond to HIV and AIDS; develop coordinated regional response through: capacity building; advocacy; networking.
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APCASO is facilitated through Council of Representative (COR) Members, National Focal Points (NFPs) and a Regional Secretariat (RS), which exist to develop ways of cooperating on common concern and try to represent the issues of all groups, organizations and communities most affected by the epidemic. Sub-regions (5): South Asia; Southeast Asia; East-Asia; Australia/New Zealand; Pacific Islands. APCASO does not operate within a framework of a 'member' organization. Partnership - rather than membership - to APCASO is non-hierarchical and open to all NGOs and CBOs in the region. Global Secretariat in Toronto (Canada); regional office in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).
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