MoH is the government ministry responsible for controlling Cambodia’s health care system, industry, health-related non-government organisations and public health. The MoH works closely with KHANA to implement and support Cambodians living with HIV. They do this through counselling, education, community based care-services and outreach.
The National AIDS Authority aims to lead, manage, coordinate and facilitate the comprehensive and multi-sectoral response to HIV and AIDS in Cambodia.
The National Authority for Combating Drugs is an implementing and strategic partner and collaborator with KHANA, aiming to reduce the burden of HIV/AIDS linked to drug use.
PEPFAR (The US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief) has invested over $85 billion dollars to fight HIV/AIDS pandemic in over 50 countries. KHANA receives financial support from PEPFAR.
USAID is an international development agency that promotes societal development. USAID works closely with Cambodia to build a framework for lasting democracy as well as funding NGOs like KHANA and to develop innovations and workshops to overall improve the health and wellbeing for all Cambodians.
The United Nations Office for Project Services or UNOPS assists the UN and its partners in providing development and security solutions to achieve peace and sustainability within countries. UNOPS assist KHANA in the development and implementation phases of their projects.
India HIV/AIDS Alliance’s mission is similar to KHANA. They both aim to support communities to prevent Our mission is to support communities to prevent HIV/Aids and develop healthier communities.The Global Fund supports both these organisations by funding programs and advocating for better health outcomes.
The Harm Reduction Advocacy in Asia project (HRAsia) aims to improve access for people who inject drugs to HIV and harm reduction services by removing legal barriers and strengthening community systems. It receives funding from The Global Fund through the India HIV/AIDS Alliance.
The Stop TB Partnership is an alliance of more than 1700 organisations in over 100 countries. The Partnership provides financial support to KHANA in our efforts to reduce the burden of tuberculosis in Cambodia.
Initiative 5% is one of France’s modalities to The Global Fund, providing expertise and resources to maximise the impact of Global Fund grants. Initiative 5% provides funding for KHANA projects.
The Global Fund is an international partnership which mobilizes and invests more than US$4 billion a year to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in more than 100 countries. The Global Fund provides grants and financial support for KHANA projects.
Frontline AIDS (formerly the International HIV/AIDS Alliance) is a global partnership of international organisations that work closely with communities to support and treat HIV/AIDS in developing countries such as Cambodia. Frontline offers support in training, research, practice development, policy analysis and advocacy. KHANA and IHAA are linking organisations within the global partnership.