• Building Strength on Strength: Lessons from Community Responses on HIV in Northern Thailand

    This publication is the product of a joint partnership of the Faculty of Nursing of Chiang Mai University, the Thailand International Development Cooperation Agency (TICA) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Thailand. The preparation of this publication brought together key eminent experts, government officials, academics, NGOs and people living with or affected by HIV in a long process of consultations and dialogues.

  • Opinion Poll on HIV/AIDS Thailand

    A nationwide opinion poll on HIV/AIDS was conducted by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Research Institute of Bangkok University in Thailand. The poll was carried out among 7,500 Thais – male and female of all ages – in both rural and urban areas across the country.

  • Thailand National Technical Consultation on Free Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property Rights: Implications for Access to Medicines

    The right of countries to protect public health is recognized by the World Trade Organization (WTO) patent rules – known as Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) – and was further reinforced at the 4th Ministerial Meeting in Doha in November 2001 when the WTO members agreed to a Ministerial Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health, which became known as the Doha Declaration.

Our Work - HIV/AIDS
Fighting stigma and discrimination

UNDP Thailand focuses on three priorities: promoting broad-based dialogue and analysis on HIV/AIDS; capacity building at the provincial and local levels to foster a more inclusive, rights-based and gender sensitive response to HIV/AIDS; and fighting stigma and discrimination.