Pattaya and Jomtien (Thailand) have a great attraction for foreign sex tourists and sex workers. The good listener hears Lao and Khmer speak in the many gay bars as well as Thai. Read the story of the Cambodian boy M.T.: gay, HIV+, sex worker in Pattaya. He was found sick in Thailand and brought home and cared for with the help of Untenu Foundation.
ARV: never stop because you’re feeling better
Some people are not good informed about the way to use ARV. Once they feel better, some people stop using their HIV-medication. And then they’ll get sick again. Yesterday Untenu and Bandanh Chaktomok gave food and medical aid to a 30 years young gay man because he got seriously ill when he stopped taking his ARV.
HIV positive Gay man with foster child
One day before Rotterdam Pride, Untenu received two help requests from Kampong Chhnang. There was found a single gay man who could not take care for his foster daughter because he was too weak. The second emergency request that we received last Friday concerned a 47 year old gay man in Kampong Chhnang. We have not supported someone in this province before.Read More
Boy died from the effects of AIDS
Last week of August, together with our partner organization Bandanh Chaktomok (BC), we helped a gay boy who earned money as a sex worker for a long time in Pattaya (Thailand). Three weeks later he died and Untenu payed for the funeral.Read More
Being LGBTI in Cambodia (video)
What is it like coming out as a LGBTI in Cambodia? In this video jong Khmer LGBTIs tell about their lives as a member of the LGBTI community in Cambodia.
This video is about bullying and discrimination of LGBTI’s by family members and in the Khmer society. This video aims to increase the understanding and support of the society, friends and family. After all. they have the greatest share in LGBTIs life and well-being.