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Asia Catalyst is an independent organization that builds strong civil society and advances the right to health of marginalized groups in Asia. About us »
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Community based organizations (CBOs) have a unique understanding of the needs of their community and, with the necessary skills, are best positioned to advocate for their own rights.
See how your help catalyzes the ability of marginalized groups in Asia to end discrimination and create positive change for their communities.
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China: Police practices undermining HIV response. Read the full report.
Partner Spotlight: Myanmar Positive Group
A look at our CBO partner serving people living with HIV in Myanmar.
Asia: Widespread discrimination in healthcare settings undermining effective HIV response
Read the new report by Asia CatalystPartner Spotlight: Community Activist Takes on Chinese Airlines. A look at our partner’s successful campaign in China.
Asia: Widespread discrimination in healthcare settings undermining effective HIV response Read the new report by Asia Catalyst
Marginalized communities often face severe and systemic rights violations. Asia Catalyst conducts rigorous documentation and evidence-based advocacy; our research influences policy around the region.
Communities that experience increased health and human rights violations seldom have platforms to voice their lived experiences. Our community blog The Catalyst changes that.
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- Want to know what govts, others must do to ensure LGBT human rights? Read about Equal Rights Coalition Next Steps: https://t.co/W2JWB2eYL2
- >90% PWID HCV prevalence in Asia, home to at least 5 million people with HCV. On World Hepatitis Day, demand decrim. https://t.co/ENY3AZquiY
- Asia Network of People Who Use Drugs (ANPUD)'s statement on World #Hepatitis Day: DAAs, harm reduction, decrim now! https://t.co/XDPsfYHiMi