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ANPUD is hiring a project coordinator to manage its new project - Strengthening HIV and Harm Reduction Responses for PWID in Asia. The goal of the regional project is to “increase access to essential HIV and harm reduction services for people who inject drugs in Asia through removing legal barriers, community systems strengthening and increasing the evidence base”.

Joint Submission: CESCR Periodic Review the Philippines

In this submission, the HRDP, ANPUD and INPUD map out key tensions between the Philippine's current national drug strategy, including the widespread extrajudicial killings of people suspected of using and dealing drugs and the full and effective realisation of economic, social and cultural rights.

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NEPAL PRESS RELEASE: Demonstration to stop Filipino slaughter

NEPAL PRESS RELEASE: Demonstration to stop Filipino slaughter

On August 5, 2016, Nepalese community of people who use drugs demonstrated a peaceful protest and urgently requested that the Government of Philippines and his Excellency President Duterte call an immediate halt to the extrajudicial killing of people, and entreat instead to set science-based standards for a healthy, productive, and prosperous Philippines. Please read their press release and the petition they submitted to President Duterte via the Consulate Office of the Philippines in Kathmandu, Nepal.


The Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) has grave concerns based on the updated 2016 guidelines and recommends the actions that governments in Asia need to prioritize. Please read the full press release and share it with all the relevant stakeholders.

PHILIPPINES: An Entreaty to End the Killing, to End the Poverty and Exclusion

INPUD (the International Network of People who Use Drugs) and ANPUD (the Asian Network of People who Use Drugs) urgently request a halt be called on the killing of people who use drugs in the Philippines. We implore Your Excellency President Duterte to reconsider the current approach of executing people who use drugs in favour of internationally accepted, evidence-based alternatives.

Protest Against process of National Guideline of Hepatitis Treatment in Nepal

Recovering Nepal, National network of Drug Users and Drug led organizations (RN), conducted Protest against program of disseminating "Hepatitis Treatment Guideline for Nepal". Protest against Technical Team, in-front health Minister to ensure inclusion of drug user's community and key technical activist of civil society in Nepal.
Protest was a success: Technical team conceptually agreed to revisit the process and minister also reinforced to address the voices of Civil Society.

Ending AIDS in 2030: Do not leave ASIA-PACIFIC Behind.

The high-level meeting on HIV/AIDS, to be held in June 2016 by the General Assembly is a pivotal occasion to rally global commitment to the fast-track targets and core actions for ending AIDS by 2030, as outlined in the UNAIDS 2016-2021 Strategy, “On the Fast-Track to end AIDS”.
Civil society networks and their member organizations across the Asia and the Pacific region has come up with this Asia-Pacific civil society position statement entitled 'Ending AIDS in 2030: Do not Leave ASIA-PACIFIC Behind' as an integrated and unified voices representing all the key populations most vulnerable and affected by HIV/AIDS. In order to turn the wheel of High Level Meeting and make it a historic event, our region has developed key advocacy messages also termed as 'Asks to the member states at this UN High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS'.

6th Plenary at UNGASS: Mr. Charan Sharma (Secretary of IDUF, India) speaking for the community

Mr. Charanjit Sharma, from Manipur in North-East India, is the secretary of the Indian Drug Users Forum (IDUF). He is also involved with the India HIV/AIDS Alliance.
Being recently selected as a Civil Society Speaker out of 257 applicants, he, with his grassroot experiences, represented drug user community and addressed our issues at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on the World Drug Problem held during 19-21 April 2016 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. He spoke in the 6th plenary along with 4 other Civil Society speakers from different parts of the world.
The verbatim script of his speech and video is published. Please go to time 2:28:50 to directly watch Mr. Charan's speech.

Executive Board, Thai Foundation Board & Board of Directors Meeting

Executive Board, Thai Foundation Board and Board of Directors of ANPUD has recently come together for a round-table meeting in Bangkok in June 4-5, 2015.

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