In Thailand, the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator consists of the Resident Coordinator, the Inter-agency Support Unit (IASU) and two inter-agency projects, namely the Inter-agency Project on the Trafficking of Women and Children in the Mekong Sub-region, and the Office of UNAIDS Thailand.


The UN Inter-agency Project, which came into operation in 2000, aims to reduce human trafficking in the Mekong Sub-region. It brings together six governments, thirteen UN agencies and a wide network of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) with a view to improving national and regional coordination, identifying and filling gaps in programme implementation and ensuring resources are focused where they can have the most impact. 


HIV/AIDS is one of the important development issues in Thailand and the region. Under the supervision of the UN Thematic Working Group on HIV/AIDS (comprising representatives from UN agencies, key government agencies, NGOs, the business sector and people living with AIDS), UNAIDS Thailand, with separate task teams and working groups, has implemented a large number of projects and activities over the past few years, addressing a range of issues relating to the development challenges posed by HIV/AIDS.



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