MSM Community Symposium

The gay and MSM community is experiencing increasing numbers diagnosed with HIV infection every year. Many of the MSM who are diagnosed are young (29 years and below).

We would like to take this opportunity to invite our community stakeholders to come together, as a community, for a meeting to discuss the issue of HIV and MSM in Singapore and to hopefully come up with new & better ideas to stop the spread of the infection and to assist those with HIV./AIDS amongst us.

This event will be held just before Pink Dot and will be a timely call for action to keep all members of our community in good health.


  1. Provide updates on HIV and STI prevention , treatment and care
  2. Be a platform for brainstorming and sharing of resources
  3. Build new and strengthen existing partnerships and networks

Who Should Attend

  1. Community leaders and partners who have a stake and interest in HIV prevention and support for MSM
  2. Concerned individuals who are willing to contribute actively and constructively to the discussion
  3. Interested organisations should nominate key personnel to attend

Event Details

  • Venue : Park Royal at Pickering (Conference Room 1 Lvl 2 )
  • Date: 28 June 2014
  • Time: 12:30 Registration

RSVP Details

RSVP by June 25 – Participants are welcome to stay as observers for Action for AIDS’s Annual General Meeting and thereafter, proceed across the street to Hong Lim Park for Pink Dot.

Daniel Le


MSM Programme Outreach


WelcomeProf. Roy Chan
HIV/STIs Epidemiology and Statistic
HIVProf. Roy Chan (AFA)
STIsDr. Gavin Ong (NSC)
Clinical Services for MSM for HIV/STI
HIVA/Prof. Lee Cheng Chuan (CDC)
STIsDr. Martin Chio (NSC)
Support Services for MSM and HIV
Coordinated CareAnwar Hashim (AFA)
PLC/MSM Support GroupPaul Toh
Newly Diagnosed Priority ProgrammeAvin Tan (AFA)
Intervention and Education Programmes
CounsellingBryan Choong (Oogachaga)
Youth Social SupportHafiz Muhd (SG Rainbow)
Varify – Testing buddyNathan Renga (Purple Alliance) Daniel Le/Avin Tan (AFA)
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