APCOM opens #KeyPopAsiaCOP21 to Key Populations in Asia

By March 22, 2021 Learning, Newsroom, Regional

KeyPopAsiaCOP21 is a form of online conversations that APCOM facilitates with key populations, community-based organisations and/or civil society. We will regularly host online space to discuss and strategise community engagement in the processes in Country Operational Plans (COP) at country level and COP 2021. The COP 2021 is resuming in 01 April 2021 after being on a temporary pause from February

The next #KeyPopAsiaCOP21 is next week,
25 March 2021 – 02.00pm BKK (GMT+7).

Once you register, you will be invited to participate in the upcoming virtual consultations.

Our engagements are shifting online. We may use more social media and other virtual
platforms to organise our advocacy for the ROP21. We have to utilise these available online
platforms and tools – such as ‘hashtags’ – to establish our presence online.

We are calling for your full participation as community stakeholders and civil society in
every stage of PEPFAR programming and planning. Our engagement and participation is
very critical especially the key populations affected by HIV in the country, including youth,
gay men and other men who have sex with men, sex workers, transgender persons, and
people who use and inject drugs. These include a wide range of civil society actors at the
national, district, and local levels from organizations representing people living with HIV
(PLHIV) to faith-based organizations and community associations.

For any questions that you may wish to clarify, please send us an email at
[email protected]

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