ASHM International provide leadership in health workforce development for blood-borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections. Our work encompasses clinical training and mentoring, policy and guideline development, linkages and knowledge exchange, and monitoring, evaluation, research and learning. ASHM International is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion across all programs and projects. We are partners in response, strengthening systems and expertise to create sustainable delivery in quality management of HIV, viral hepatitis and sexual and reproductive health.

Where we work

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ASHM International Commitments

ASHM is committed to child safeguarding, prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment, environment, promotion of gender equality, disability inclusion and anti-discrimination and meaningful engagement with priority populations including people living with HIV and viral hepatitis through our projects, programs, and partnerships.
ASHM is a member of the Australian Council for International Development.
ASHM is accredited by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), responsible for managing Australia’s development program. To maintain accreditation, ASHM’s systems, policies and processes are rigorously reviewed by the Australian Government. ASHM receives support through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).
Contact ASHM International  international@ashm.org.au