floor plan of the Asia-Pacific Village
The Asia-Pacific Village is a space where community groups from the region can share practical learning experiences and strengthen their networks. It also provides a space for discussions and performances, and where delegates can interact with communities.
The Asia-Pacific Village covers more around 4,500 square meters. It is located in Zone C, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC), and is open 09:00-17:00 (19-21 November) and 9:00-13:00 (22 November).
- To provide the opportunity for key affected communities to address challenges in responding to HIV/AIDS issues in Asia and the Pacific
- To strengthen community networks and involvement in shaping HIV/AIDS policy and programmes by engaging communities to showcase their responses to HIV/AIDS
- To stimulate the sharing of experience among community members
- To provide the public the opportunity to learn about the actions and interventions from the regional community
Networking zones are spaces for community groups focused on particular populations or regions to meet and conduct their own activities, i.e. group discussions, presentations, etc. It is the space where delegates and visitors can interact with community members.
Community Booth & Marketplace
The Community Booth & Marketplace are spaces for community members to showcase their efforts in reaching triple zero and their innovative responses to HIV/AIDS. The Market Place offers the opportunity for NGOs to sell their products to generate income.
To download the list of organizations and booth details, click here.
floor plan of the Community Booth & Marketplace
The main stage is a space for various live performances that address HIV/AIDS issues and highlight key barriers to reaching triple zero in Asia and the Pacific. As a platform for community groups involved in the response to HIV/AIDS, the main stage plays an important role in showcasing the community efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Youth Pavilion is a space for young people to network. Activities organised at Youth Pavilion aim to engage young people in dialogues and exchange experiences on HIV/AIDS responses.
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