Bangkok is an innovative model for HIV response in Thailand and the region. With less than a decade left to end AIDS as a global health threat, the BMA and partners must expand their innovative solutions. UNAIDS proudly collaborates with the BMA and looks forward to their leadership in addressing inequality to achieve the goal by 2030.
“We, the BMA, ensure the comprehensive health care for all residents in Bangkok and insist on providing a variety of options for treatment to suit their lifestyles. Everyone will receive proper, equal, and friendly treatment for HIV and TB so that they can trust in our provided treatment and health care advice, including the provision of comprehensive health services for LGBTQ. We also give precedence to universal health care and provide HIV prevention and care services to eliminate the AIDS problem in Bangkok by 2030.”