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CAMBODIAN HIV/AIDS EDUCATION AND CARE

Address: #86, St. 608, Sangkat Beoung kak2,Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh.

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  • Organization Name: CAMBODIAN HIV/AIDS EDUCATION AND CARE (CHEC)
    Address: #86, St. 608, Sangkat Beoung kak2,Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh.
    Telephone: (855-23) 884 473
    Fax: (855-23) 884 473
    Email: chec@online.com.kh
    Website: http://www.checcambodia.org
    Key Contact: Dr. KasemKolnary, Director, (855-12) 945 077, chec@online.com.kh
  • Type of Organization: Local NGO
    Program/Project Names:
    a. Prevention HIV/AIDS Project
    b. HBC/OVC Project (Care and Support)
    c. HBC
    d. Livelihood Project (Impact Mitigation)

    Target Group:
    1. PLWHA
    2. Wives/Partners of PLWHA
    3. Prisoners
    4. Migrant/mobile populations
    5. Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC)
    6. Young people less than 25 years of age (including students)
    7. Direct Sex Workers
    8. Indirect sex workers
    9. Women groups, men groups, youth groups, community groups and Health Staff
    Working Group:
    1.Advocacy and Campaigning Technical
    2.Prevention Technical
    3.Treatment, Care and Support Technical
    4.Impact Mitigation
    5.Youth
    6.Orphan and Vulnerable Children
    7.People Living with HIV

    Main Activities:
    1. Provide training workshops on HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health and Life Skills to Adult Orphaned Vulnerable Children.
    2. Provide technical support to the HBC and SHG team leaders.
    3. Provide monthly referral support to PLHIV/CIA to get ARV/OI at referral hospital through HBC Teams and Identify new suspected cases refer to the VCCT service, monthly meeting MMM will be attended by PLHIV representatives at Provincial level and attend HIV/AIDS events at provincial level.
    4. Provide monthly home visits to provide support and counseling to PLHIVs.
    5. Provide school uniforms to OVC.
    6. Provide refresher training workshops on Linked Response to HBC Teams.
    7. Provide technical support to the HBC and SHG team leaders.
    8. Provide monthly referral support to PLHIV/CIA to get ARV/OI at referral hospital through HBC Teams and Identify new suspected cases refer to the VCCT service, monthly meeting MMM will be attended by PLHIV representatives at Provincial level and attend HIV/AIDS events at provincial level.
    9. Provide monthly home visits to provide support and counseling to PLHIVs.
    10. Provide training courses on HIV/AIDS, STI, reproductive health, life skills for youth peers, women peers and men peers in target ODs.
    11. Provide technical support to Peers Groups
    12. Provide training to other NGOs and institutions
    13. Advocacy for reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS through media and IEC materials.
    14. Conduct community forums in 7 ODs.
    15. Provide small business grant to 1,300 HIV positive women after livelihood training.
    16. Provide refresher livelihood training skills to HIV positive women.
    17. Provide referral support to HIV positive women to access OI/ARV and PMTCT services.
  • # of Field Staff: 156
    # of Office Staff: 25
    # of Government Staff: 7
    Founding Sources:
    1. EED 2. CAFOD 3. CHEC 4. TROCAIRE 5. MISEREOR 6. Global Fund 7. WFP 8.UN Women
    Total Annual Budget: USD 941,523.00 (2012-2013)
CAMBODIAN HIV/AIDS EDUCATION AND CARE
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