Help us raise money so we can provide 10 HIV positive LGBTs in Battambang – Cambodia with make-up skills so they can improve their livelihood.Read More
Corona: massage parlors closed, tourists away, no sex work.
All massage parlors in Cambodia had to close due to the government implemented corona measures. Sex workers sometimes finds their clients at massage parlors. This is what Transwoman T.P. from Siem Reap did to support herself and her family.Read More
Corona crisis affects LGBTI people with HIV in Cambodia
Covid-19 is affecting LGBTI’s living with HIV in Cambodia. People loose their jobs. No income, no savings and no social security provisions makes people extremely vulnerable in this corona crisis.Read More
A cargo bike for Chenla
Chenla is a 50-year-old gay man living with HIV. He scours the streets of Phnom Penh in search of reusable waste. Untenu would like to fundraise a cargo bike so that he can increase his range and his income.Read More
Poverty & HIV: working on, becoming sicker, die.
Poverty & HIV; it has a face: that of K. from Battambang. If working in the factory does not yield enough income for his family, he will work in the entertainment business in Bangkok. (updated March 11, 2020)
K. died today, March 11
To our great sadness we learned today that this afternoon K. deceased in the house of his uncle. His mother could not pay the medical costs and took him to his uncle’s home.
Untenu Foundation contributes to the costs for the funeral.
Positive in the Kingdom of Wonders
Friday January 6, Untenu Foundation organizes in cooperation with CinemAsia a program with 3 short documentaries about HIV-positive LGBTIQs in Cambodia – the Kingdom of Wonders.Read More
HIV, diabetes and bronchitis
A former singer from Kampong Cham was helped this week. As a person living with HIV with diabetes, he developed bronchitis – for which he was admitted to a hospital in the capital.Read More
Again aid for HIV patient with tuberculosis
The first request for relief in the new decade was for a 27-year-old drag queen from Kampong Chhnang who worked in the capital Phnom Penh. He stopped working after he was also infected with tuberculosis (TB).Read More
Tuktuk driver with TB
This week we helped a 42-year-old tuktuk driver who needed urgently hospitalization because he was seriously ill with TB.Read More
Dance teacher with HIV receives hepatitis treatment
This week we helped a 45-year-old dance teacher who not only is HIV positive, but also needed hepatitis treatment urgently.