Sexual Health for Everyone ＝
Tokyo Sexual Health is sexual health promotion programme operated with the support of
the national government and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.
Fast Track Cities Workshop Japan 2022
The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has established the Fast Track Targets to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. It promotes the Fast-Track Cities Initiative, an international partnership to achieve these targets.
The International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), an international non-profit organization, and the Japanese Society for AIDS Research (JASR) will co-host this workshop to introduce the Fast-Track Cities Initiative and stimulate discussion on HIV countermeasures in Japan. The conference aims to promote discussion on HIV/AIDS countermeasures in Japan and formulate policy recommendations necessary to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Japan.
We look forward to the participation of people engaged in a wide range of HIV-related activities, including government, medical care, and prevention and awareness activities.
The 99th HGPI Seminar – Lessons from Fast-Track Cities Initiative
This webinar will be convened under the HGPI and UNAIDS Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which signifies the organizations’ commitment to enhance dialogue and combine their efforts to achieve the common goal of ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Asia and Pacific region.
Sex education - Why do we need it?
Participation report 03 - Fast-Track Cities Workshop Japan 2021 -
Let's learn about sexuality for managing our own health
Participation report 01 - Fast-Track Cities Workshop Japan 2021 -
Participation report 02 - Fast-Track Cities Workshop Japan 2021 -
Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2021 Event report
Human rights and equality enshrined in the Olympic Charter
Awareness of sexually transmitted infections: Results from a survey on 10,000 people
-Sexual Health for Everyone-
Tokyo Sexual Health is sexual health promotion programme operated with the support of the national government and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.