Community Voices

Community Voices

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Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD)

ANPUD is an issues-based membership network that has the MIPUD principle (Meaningful Involvement of People who Use Drugs) as our guiding philosophy. We believe that services (prevention & treatment) for people who use drugs must be accessible, voluntary, comprehensive, evidence based and compassionate. We believe that people who use drugs should not be criminalized. Our work focuses on promoting the rights of people who use drugs with regards to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, advocating access to drug treatment and changes in countries’ drug policy, capacity building and strengthening of drug user networks.

Key areas of practice

Advocacy, capacity building, networking

Country/Countries of engagement

Asian countries with substantive populations of people who use drugs

Mailing address

75/12 Ocean Tower II, 15th Floor. Soi Sukhumvit 19 , Klong Toey Nua. Wattana , Bangkok , THAILAND 10110

Email address

Social Media, google groups elist

Website Link 


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