National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nepal (NAP+N) is a non-political, non religious, non-governmental, non-profitable, autonomous network of People Living with HIV/AIDS and as such, a platform for collaboration, cooperation, joint action and collective endeavor between PLHA and HIV/AIDS organizations in Nepal.
NAP+N is established in 2003 in order to combat this epidemic with the joint effort of PLHAs in Nepal. The common goal was "To unite all those living with the virus in Nepal and fight back". Since its establishment with 30 members in first NCM from 8 districts of Nepal, it has expanded its regional office in 5 regions and 40 districts. More than 58 staffs in the region and central office are engaging to improve the quality of life of PLHAs and HIV AND AIDS free society. 120 PLHA organizations are affiliated to NAP+N and has estimated 7000 members. 61 PLHA organizations are getting financial support for institutional development, care and support for the PLHA'S in Nepal.