NAP+N in partnership with APN+ and has implemented several programs and projects. Among them a research based Program Community Access to Treatment Study (CAT-S) (Phase I of the research) and Advocacy and capacity building on Hepatitis C, HIV Co-infection and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR). After the completion of initial phase the research program (CAT-S), it has entered into monitoring phase Monitoring Access to Treatment in Asia (MATA) in Nepal. It is under Global Fund regional grant whereas the Hepatitis C and SRHR is funded by Robert Carr Foundation – both of the projects are managed by APN+.
Its Objective is to improve knowledge and understanding of issues related to PLHIV’s access to treatment, care and support services in the region and use it for evidence-based advocacy and to streamline issues of Hepatitis C as co-infection and sexual and reproductive health as major issues among WLHIV in Nepal.