The project aims to build up machinery to work in district level for advocating policy and implementation on sexual reproductive health and sexual wellbeing of Lao Migrant Female, with collaborations of organizations through field workers like ‘Community Health Navigator or Health Buddy’, peers who take care of health and sexual reproductive health.
Health And Share Foundation (HSF.) is working in rural area on primary health care and HIV/AIDS along the border Thai-Laos, Ubon Ratchathani Province. In the rural area the family structure has been changing, many families moved to the big city for working.
There have been about 500,000 HIV positive people existing in Thailand nowadays. After Thai government provides free Antiretroviral (ARV) drugs, new cases of HIV positive have been decreased in total. However, there have been still issues left to be overcome since some HIV positive cases taking ARV stop drugs by themselves after they realize that they become healthier.
On May 5, Health and Share Foundation (HSF), outgrown from SHARE Thailand, established itself as an independent, indigenous Thai NGO.
After a lengthy registration process, the Thailand office of the Japanese NGO “SHARE” was approved by the Thai Ministry of Interior on February 15th 2012 to register as a Thai foundation. The foundation’s new name is HEALTH AND SHARE FOUNDATION (HSF) in English. The Thai pronunciation is Muniti Peua Sukapaap le Gaan Benpan (Moh.Soh.Poh) To […]