AIDS Society for Asia and the Pacific (ASAP)
Société de lutte contre le SIDA pour l'Asie et le Pacifique
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1990 Canberra ACT Australia
1990, Canberra (Australia). Previously registered in accordance with Australian law. Since 2013, registered in accordance with Thai law.
Promote opportunities for the discussion of HIV/AIDS issues and the exchange of relevant information and technologies; influence HIV/AIDS policy development in the region and awareness of the gravity of the regional epidemic internationally; work with different regional sectors and stakeholders in Asia and the Pacific towards collective advocacy efforts.
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Executive Committee; Secretariat. Vice-Presidents, Acting Treasurer, Immediate Past President, Public Officer, Representatives of UNAIDS and IAS, one or more PLHIV member and up to 11 additional members. Secretariat, comprising Executive Director, Manager Operations and Assistant to the President.
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