The Sustainable HIV Financing in Transition (SHIFT) Program is community-led partnership comprising of AFAO as the principal recipient and APCASO (regional), APCOM (regional), IAC (Indonesia), MAC (Malaysia), TNAF (Thailand), and ACHIEVE (Philippines) as partners and sub-recipients.

Who are SHIFT’s implementing partners?


The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) is the national federation for the HIV community response. They provide leadership, coordination, and support to Australia’s policy, advocacy and health promotion response to HIV/AIDS, as well as in the South East Asia region.


APCOM is a coalition of members – governments, UN partners, non-profits and community-based organizations – from Asia and the Pacific that work together to advocate on, highlight and priorities HIV issues that affect the lives of men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people, including rights, health, and well-being.

APCASO is an Asia-Pacific regional civil society network of community-based and non-governmental organisations on HIV, health, and social justice, with focus on advocacy and community capacity development. It has presence in Australia, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, India, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam.

  The Indonesia AIDS Coalition (IAC) is a community-based organization working with various stakeholders to improve transparency, accountability and community participation in AIDS programs.

  The Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) is a national umbrella organization that supports and coordinates the efforts of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working on HIV and AIDS in Malaysia. Most sources of funding for HIV activities (domestic and international) are channeled through MAC.

  The Thai National AIDS Foundation (TNAF) is a national coordinating body that raises funds and resources to support capacity building for community-based HIV and AIDS organizations and groups led by people living with HIV and AIDS.


   Action for Health Initiatives (ACHIEVE), Inc. is a non-government organization that has worked on HIV and AIDS. It implements participatory action research programs that translate evidence into advocacy and institutional capacity building activities.