Innovation at the cutting edge of HIV prevention for key populations in Asia

$2 A day is all it takes to save a life

Would you give up a cup of coffee to save someone’s life? It really is that easy. For less than the price of a coffee at your local cafe you can give lifesaving treatment and care to a person with HIV. The $2 A Day Campaign tells the stories of people living with HIV who fall through service gaps in South East Asia. We need your help to continue to tell these stories of survival, of hope, and of love.

Click on any of the images below to read a true story.

(All the stories you read on this website are real. They come directly from our clients living with HIV. We’ve changed the names, the details and the photo images used. The photos you see on the website are not images of the people with HIV being quoted. Instead, we use photo stock images and models. We wish we didn’t have to do this. But HIV remains a highly stigmatized disease across Asia. Many of the people with HIV that we support have experienced violence, sometimes torture or they have been rejected by their families and communities because they have HIV. We have a duty-of care to protect them. We’re sure that you would agree we simply must do so.)

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  • “I undertook a small internal review in the foundation in April 2014. I interviewed 10 staff and clients, reviewed case files and other documents. What I found was inspiring. This is an organization that does what it promises to do.”
    Dr Jan Willem de Lin van Wijngaarden
    HIV development practitioner
  • “We find the foundation to be a responsive, professional and accountable partner. Their leadership team has a great mix of management, HIV technical, research and service delivery skills. We love their passion, their focus, their commitment to innovation.”
    Lou McCallum
    Director at APMGlobal Health
  • “I’ve interviewed Khun Nikorn and his team at length about their work and seen their comprehensive data set which demonstrates their results firsthand. I strongly believe their model should be better understood and replicated in other cities around the world.”
    Don Baxter
    Co-Chair of The Global Forum for MSM
  • “We are a small, unregistered group in Chiang Mai, Thailand. In 2013 we partnered with The HIV Foundation to deliver HIV case management. Now, we are an organization that has the confidence of staff in local hospitals and clinics.”
    Ms Kaewta Sangsuk
     Director of Our Choice, Chiang Mai
  • In 2014 we asked the HIV Foundation to act as a fiscal agent for a UNAIDS grant. We were so pleased with their financial competence that we quickly moved all our grants over to them until we receive our own local registration.
    Ms Natt Kraipet
    Coordinator of the Asia Pacific Network of Transgender People