HIV in Cambodia
The first case of HIV was detected in Cambodia in 1991, after which prevalence increased steadily ...
KHANA supports a strong network of community-based implementing partners in 20 provinces and...
KHANA and its consortium partners FHI360 and PSI organized HIV/AIDS Flagship on Wednesday, 10 April 2013, at Tep Pothivong Pagoda (Wat Thmey).
KHANA organized the annual review and re-planning workshop from 28 to 30 March 2013 at OC Hotel in Sihanouk province, Cambodia. 31 selected KHANA staff from middle management up to senior management attended this R&R workshop.
This is a critical turning point in the development of the network as CPN+ hosts its GA.
KHANA in collaboration with CPN+ and UNAIDS launches the Stigma Index Report 2010, on 7 December 2012, at its office in Phnom Penh.
All KHANA staff members extend our sincere condolences to His Majesty King Sihamoni, Her Majesty King Mother Norodom Monineath, and The Royal Family on the passing of His Majesty King Father Norodom Sihanouk. We wish to acknowledge the King Father for his compassionate support to Cambodian people and communities affected by HIV. We wish the King Father peaceful rest after his lifelong contribution to our nation.
The one-day session pre-GA meeting of CPN+ is held at KHANA conference room today on 7 November 2012.
Hang Thivy and her baby died on 30 October 2012, several minutes later after she delivered her baby in the provincial hospital of Battambang, Cambodia.
Dr. Oum Sopheap, KHANA Executive Director, and other KHANA staff members travelled to the Royal Palace on 25 October 2012 to pay their respects to the country's late former monarch King Father Norodom Sihanouk.
World Food Programme (WFP) stopped providing vegetable oil and iodized salt to people living with HIV and the poorest orphans and vulnerable children since July 2011; however, WFP has continued providing 25 kilograms of rice to each household but not beyond December 2012.
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