FHI 360 is a partner in the Cambodia HIV/AIDS Flagship project, which aims to enhance the impact, reduce costs and improve the effectiveness of the national response through technical innovation and improvements in quality and capacity to deliver sustainable HIV services.
The Cambodia HIV/AIDS Flagship project is a consortium of local and international nonprofit organizations, led by KHANA, with technical assistance from FHI 360 and Population Services International/Population Services Khmer (PSI/PSK). It is funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
FHI 360 has been operating in Cambodia for nearly 20 years, focusing on human development goals associated with the country’s most-at-risk populations. The Project for HIV and AIDS Strategic Technical Assistance (PRASIT), led by FHI 360, provided targeted HIV prevention and treatment programs for key populations and created successful interventions, such as SMARTgirl for female entertainment workers, MStyle for men who have sex with men and the transgender community, and Bomnong, which offered positive prevention strategies to people living with HIV.