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Since the first cases of HIV were discovered in India in 1986, the virus has been steadily spreading. With 2,100,000…
The HIV Prevention Education Outreach Program is taught throughout the year in collaboration with local community organizations throughout Arizona. It…
The Project entitled “Mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS” was started in 2011. Through this project, IAPA provides training to selected NGOs/CBOs working…
HIV/AIDS education is going on for 3 days in a month by IAPA staff at the Nehru Park and Namachivayapuram…
“Arokiya” means “health” in Tamil language. The Arokiya Children Nutrition Project, considered as the flagship project of IAPA, aims at enhancing the wellness and quality…
The Project provides the ‘caregivers’ of the Arokiya Nutrition Project children with provisions, consisting of 10 kgs. of rice, dhal,…
How you’re changing children’s lives
Creating a Sustainable Effort
IAPA strives to work with communities and local organizations to improve their capacities to provide services to HIV positive individuals and prevent new infections. Our education related programs are focused on training community members to recognize and prevent risk-related behaviors, reducing the stigma associated with the disease, and to encourage dissemination of the knowledge in
communities through local trainers.
To teach an updated, accurate, fact based HIV/AIDS Curriculum in schools, community groups, and other venues within our means.
Dr. Sanjay Sinha, MD
Dr. Eric Hamm, MD
36 million people in the world are living with HIV
Of those, only 17 million (46%) are in treatment