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POSITIVE PEOPLE’S GROUPS: The story of people living with HIV mobilising to improve their lives in Upper Northern Thailand

by Rose Hessmiller last modified Jan 10, 2013 10:54 AM
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Self-help groups are common in Thailand, a tradition perhaps strongest in the Upper North. Long before HIV/AIDS, villagers with similar interests, such as housewives, disabled people or young people, formed associations that support their members. These groups are recognised components of community life. Their office-holders are part of decision-making processes intended to ensure that the community as a whole benefits from proposed changes. Positive People’s groups are a more recent development in a tradition that has long helped members play a full and active role in their communities. 2006

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