One Taxi Ride
One Taxi Ride
One Taxi Ride (2018) He took a taxi one night... and arrived home 10 years later. A Documentary Film by Mak CK

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Erick is the recluse in the family for the past decade. But nobody but him knows why.

10 years ago on his 17th birthday, his life took a harrowing turn when he boarded a taxi. The driver and two accomplices sexually assaulted him. For the then teenager, there would be no police reports. No medical attention. No support groups or counselling. No telling of his family or closest friends.

After feeling broken for a decade, the 27-year-old is now ready to confront his past and to reclaim his future. Would he find the perpetrators? How would his family and friends react to his secrets? What would come of his romantic life? Is he prepared to face the judgment of Mexico’s hypermasculine society?

ONE TAXI RIDE is an observational documentary that tells the intimate story of a male rape survivor. Erick’s innermost thoughts, fears, struggles and triumphs weave a dramatic tale of a man fighting for a future and a life worth living. His journey impacts the world around him in a way that he never saw coming.



Sexual violence is a global problem. And discussion about the sexual assault of men is largely taboo worldwide although studies show that 10% of rape and sexual victims are male in the US and the UK.

In many societies, the concept of men being victims of sexual violence outside a prison setting is even considered a myth. So it comes as little surprise that men are much less likely to report rape victimisation than female survivors. And stigmatisation contributes to how lacking and limited the resources on sexual assault towards men are around the world.

The story of our documentary subject, Erick, haunts me. Not only because he was sexually assaulted. But it is also that we live in a world where he didn’t feel like he had any options available to deal with the violent attack. His decision to keep it a secret for 10 years reflects how society has failed countless individuals like him.

ONE TAXI RIDE delves into difficult questions surrounding a subject matter that is barely existent in the social consciousness. The film aims to create dialogue and discussion of a pressing issue that demands more resources for both survivors and their loved ones.



With 15 years of experience in film and TV, Mak CK is an award-winning director from Singapore with experience filming in 30 countries across five continents.

His debut feature documentary, THE WORLD'S MOST FASHIONABLE PRISON, about a fashion rehabilitation programme in the Philippine's largest maximum security prison, participated at Crossing Borders 2010 workshop organised by European Documentary Network and Documentary Campus. The documentary was an official selection at 18 film festivals including Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival 2012. It received the Audience Award for Documentary Film at the Lighthouse International Film Festival 2012 and the Gold Kahuna Award for Documentary Film at the Honolulu Film Awards 2012.

Mak’s second feature film, LITTLE PEOPLE BIG DREAMS, about a little people theme park in China, was selected for the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program | CNEX Workshop and Documentary Summit 2014, and won the Best Pitch Award at CNEX Chinese Doc Forum 2014. It made its world premiere at CPH:DOX Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival 2014, was in competition at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015, won the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature at the Lighthouse International Film Festival 2015, Best Social Awareness Programme at the Asian Television Awards 2015, and a Gold World Medal for Documentaries at the New York Festivals Television and Film Awards 2016.



Mak CK

Román Rangel Ordóñez

Enrique M. Rizo

Jim Stark

Jesper Osmund

James Morris

Timmy Alcaraz

Jane Lai

Dr Joanna Jamel, B.A.(Hons)(Soc), MA, (Crim) MSc. (Inv.Psych)

Annick Donkers

Wonderland Pictures







Please help us add to the list if you know of a relevant resource centre or organisation in your territory.

Countries Worldwide

  • Various Listings
    Abuse information (in over 110 languages) and support for every woman and every girl on Earth. 

  • Pandora’s Aquarium
    Hotlines, crisis centers, and other resources organized by location.



  • Women’s Resource Center Armenia
    WRCA is the first NGO addressing the issue of sexual violence in Armenia against women. The clear proof of it is the establishment of Sexual Assault Crisis Center in the framework of WRCA. The main goal of the center is to provide necessary resources for victims of sexual assault. All services provided are free and strictly confidential.

  • Women’s Support Center NGO
    The center offers a hotline services, emergency assistance, social services, legal and psychological counseling, treiyningner, and public awareness. The Center offers a hotline, walk-in services, social services, legal and psychological counseling, training sessions, and community outreach.


  • The Canberra Rape Crisis Centre
    The Canberra Rape Crisis Centre (CRCC) is a non-government, not for profit, feminist organisation working to eliminate sexual violence against women, young people, children, families and men.

  • 1800 Respect
    1800RESPECT is the national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service.

  • The South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence (SECASA)
    The South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence (SECASA) offers a range of services including counselling for victim/survivors of sexual and physical assault, children from the age of 4 and adults, female and male. The Centre also works with non-offending family members, partners, caregivers and support workers.

  • Laurel House
    Laurel House provide face-to-face counselling to adults and children effected by sexual assault in the North and North West of Tasmania.

  • Mars Australia
    MARS is a self-help group that meets weekly, for recovery from sexual assault.

  • Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia
    Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia provides 24/7 telephone and online crisis counselling for anyone - women and men - in Australia who has experienced or is at risk of sexual assault, family or domestic violence and their non offending supporters. 

  • NSW Rape Crisis
    NSW Rape Crisis is the 24/7 telephone and online crisis counselling service for anyone in NSW - men and women - who has experienced or is at risk of sexual assault and their non offending supporters. Counselling services for women who were sexually assaulted in childhood are also available from Women’s Health Centres across NSW. NSW Rape Crisis is committed to upholding the rights of all people to live in a socially just, equitable and non violent society.



  • Various Listings
    Rape Crisis Network Europe (RCNE) is the network of European centres which support survivors of sexual violence. We aim to make sure that anyone who experiences sexual violence can get the help they need. We are active in influencing policy, standards and legislation through European governments and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). All member centres share a ‘survivor-centred’ and anti-discriminatory approach.


  • SOS Rape
    SOS Rape is a combination of aid to victims of sexual assault and their entourage. This association offers various floor spaces. The hotline is the first word of space in anonymity. SOS also offers Rape victims and their families psychological support through individual interviews, legal information about the complaint, court proceedings, law, and a social support in government and social services , the police and the prosecution. 

  • Centrum voor Geboorteregeling en Seksuele Opvoeding


  • Munasim Kullakita Foundation
    Foundation promoting an organized community for the inclusion of people in social suffering, guarantying their safety and welfare within a human rights structure. 

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Foundation of Local Democracy
    Foundation for Local Democracy (FLD) is one of the leading local NGOs in BiH, with extensive experience (18 years) in designing, coordinating, managing and providing technical and personnel support for various projects and programs. The primary focus of work is on the protection, promotion and improvement of human rights in BiH, especially the rights of victims of gender-based violence.


  • "Animus Association" Foundation
    “Animus Association” was founded by women professionals in the helping professions – psychologists, psychotherapists and social workers. It was established in 1994. In 2001, it acquired the status of a public benefit organization. The Mission of Animus is to promote healthy communication between people and gender in Bulgarian society.


  • Hope 24/7
    Hope 24/7 recognizes that for many individuals, there are intersecting forms of oppression experienced because of one’s sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, language, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, etc. Experiencing these oppressions can increase the barriers people encounter, not only when accessing services, but in daily life. The uniqueness of each service user at Hope 24/7 is celebrated, and all persons are treated with dignity and respect.

  • Men and Healing
    Welcome to Men & Healing — we offer counselling services to men in the Ottawa area. All of our services are facilitated by accredited psychotherapists and are designed to meet men’s needs in a way that speaks to men.

  • British Columbia Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse
    The British Columbia Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse (BCSMSSA) is a non-profit society established to provide therapeutic services for males who have been sexually abused at some time in their lives.

  • Criphase


  • Support program for victims of crime
    Program dedicated to contributing to the reparation of damage for victims of crime, through quick, free and timely contact with the affected, delivering specialized attention with professionals in diverse areas: lawyers, psychologists, social workers and doctors. 

  • Therapy Center for Behavior
    Private mental health center with over 35 years of experience with community service. Its mission is to assist people on any issue, including sexual violence.

  • Templanza Foundation
    Foundation whose main objective is the formation of a culture for people’s rights, maximizing the notion of a society that creates new forms of relations between men and women, adults and children as well as respect for ethnic, cultural, social and sexual minorities.  

  • Foundation for Trust. A World Without Abuse
    Foundation dedicated to fighting child sexual abuse through prevention and optimal assistance for victims. 


  • Prevention and Reparatory Attention Center for Female Victims of Sexual Aggression (CVS)
    Offers specialized attention for social, psychological and legal issues for women victims of sexual violence, with a gender perspective. 

  • Renacer Foundation. Against Sexual Violence
    Social organization whose main purpose is to contribute in the eradication of sexual exploitation of girls, boys and teens through programs of integral attention to victims, prevention, research, training and consultancy for organizations and communities. 

  • Colombian Institute for Family Welfare
    Institute that works for the prevention and protection of first infancy, childhood, adolescence and the welfare of families in Colombia, with professional assistance, reaching over 8 million Colombians with programs, strategies and attention services in 33 regional venues and 213 centers in zones all over the country. 

Costa Rica

  • Rehab Foundation
    NGO with over 20 years’ experience with the objective of promoting dignified changes in people’s quality of life and victims of slave trade and sexual commerce. 

  • Vicki Bernadet Foundation
    Foundation that works for the integral attention of sexual abuse victims from three areas: Therapeutic and legal services, formation and prevention, and communication and promotion.  


Centre for Women War Victims – ROSA
The Center for Women War Victims – ROSA is a nongovernmental organization that provides different forms of support to women survivors of sexual violence (rape during the war and today, prostitution and trafficking): telephone and individual counseling, psycho-social support , legal assistance  and representation in court, mediation to institutions at which women survivors realize their rights.

Czech Republic


  • The Centre for Victims of Sexual Assault
    The Centre for Victims of Sexual Assault provides emergency assistance – for men and women who have been subjected to rape or attempted rape. The Centre provides assistance regardless of whether you wish to report the assault to the police. 


  • Victim Support Estonia Department of Social Issues
    Victim Support is free to the public social service aiming at maintaining or improving the victim's coping ability. Victim support workers offer emotional support and share information about getting help options. It will guide and assist in dealing with the state and local government authorities and other agencies providing services to victims of the necessary right of recourse ohvriabisse are all people who have fallen victim to negligence, mistreatment or physical, mental or sexual abuse.

  • Naiste Tugi


  • Rape Crisis Center Support Female
    Rape Crisis is a national center of excellence, which provides support and guidance from sexual violence and / or abuse of their loved ones, and affects the professional, regulatory and legal practice and the general public to reduce and prevent sexual assault.


  • National Institute of Victim Assistance and Mediation
    “Institut National d’Aide aux Victimes et de Médiation” (INAVEM) in France is a similar organisation to Victim Support in the United Kingdom. They can advise and help victims and/or their close relatives and guide them through some aspects of the judicial process. They can also help with claims for compensation.



  • General Secretariat for Gender Equality
    Telephone 15900 SOS Hotline operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Aimed at women who receive physical, psychological, verbal, financial, sexual violence, to women who have suffered rape or attempted rape, who have been victims of prostitution, trafficking or who have experienced sexual harassment. Also in line can call for citizens and organizations to be informed about prevention and response to violence against women.



  • NANE Women's Rights Association / Association Nane
    NANE is the only NGO which runs a hotline for women and children experiencing domestic abuse in Hungary. We undertake a considerable amount of campaigning and lobbying work. As well as a crisis hotline, we voice our views through the written and electronic media.


  • Stígamót
    Stígamót are counseling and resource center for those who have suffered any kind of sexual violence. Stígamót offer holiday consultants interviewed for individuals who have suffered any kind of sexual violence.


  • Rape Crisis Network Ireland
    Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) is a specialist information and resource centre on rape and all forms of sexual violence with a proven capacity in strategic leadership. We are the representative, umbrella body for our member Rape Crisis Centres who provide free advice, counselling and support for survivors of sexual violence in Ireland.

  • The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre
    Since 1979, The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre has worked to prevent the harm and heal the trauma of sexual violence. We work with men and women who have experienced sexual assault, rape or childhood sexual abuse.

  • One in Four
    One in Four opened its doors in 2003 to provide professional support to men and women who had experienced childhood sexual abuse.  Many of the original clients were survivors of clerical and institutional sexual abuse. As the service developed, people who had been abused in many different contexts also sought our support.  Today, most clients have been sexually abused by members of their own families and by people they know in their communities.



  • Artemisia Onlus
    The Artemisia association is an association of social promotion - Onlus. 
    He deals with women, girls and children who suffer violence, and adult / s who have suffered violence in childhood. 

  • Various Listings


  • Tokyo Rape Crisis Center
    Tokyo rape crisis center was established in September 1983, and over the past 24 years, has provided telephone counseling to women victims of sexual violence.

Korea, South

  • Adaptable Human Solutions
    Offering english-speaking counselling services and counsellors who have experience working with rape survivors.


  • Skalbes
    The aim of non-governmental organization Society “Skalbes” is to provide 24-hour crisis intervention service for for children and adults in crisis situations. “Skalbes” primary activity is to provide in-walk and telephone psychological consultations in crisis situations such as spousal abuse, child abuse, suicide, death of relatives, sudden loss of work, loneliness, terminal illness, etc. This is the first crisis intervention center in Latvia. 


  • Victims Assistance Office
    Opferhilfestelle is a victim assistance service which provides support to all victims of punishable acts, not only in the field of sexual offences.

  • Expert Group against Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents
    The interdisciplinary expert group provides help and counseling for people who have a suspicion of sexual abuse of children and juveniles, for girls and boys who are victims of sexual abuse and for familiy members or persons of trust of the affected children and juveniles.


  • Women's Issues Information Centre, Lithuania
    Our goal is to provide specialized services for the persons who experienced domestic violence and police report has been filed. Specialised assistance centre shall mean an institution performing public functions and providing specialised comprehensive assistance to victims of violence.


  • Women in Distress
    The objective of the association is to contribute to improve the way of living of the women by helping them become integrated into the economic and social life, by guaranteeing them a psychological, legal and social help and by offering them specific formations.



  • Women’s Aid Organisation
    In 1982, we set up Malaysia’s first domestic violence shelter, and today, we’re the largest service provider for domestic violence survivors in Malaysia.


  • Victim Support Malta
    Generic Service – Support to all victims of crime. Emotional Support Services including counselling when possible. Legal counselling, one free legal consultation. Practical support including court accompaniment. Sexual Assault Response Team – Support to victims of sexual assault.



  • Women's Law Center
    The Women's Law Center offers free, direct support to women victims of sexual violence, that includes domestic violence and rape. We offer legal advice and representation and psychological counselling.


  • Monaco Says No To Violence
    We provide mainly information about rights and resources available to victims of domestic violence. Hence, we will do our best to orient you towards the most relevant agency or person to contact in your situation.


  • SOS Hotline for Women and Children Victims of Violence Niksic
    Within the first program we provide services for efficient, fast and adequate support of women and children victims of violence: Shelter for Women and Children, SOS Helpline opened 24 hours/7 days of week; psycho-social help, legal counselling and free representation before the Court.


  • Sexual Violence Center (Center Sexual Violence)
    The Sexual Violence Center provides medical, forensic and psychological assistance to anyone who has recently experienced a sexual assault or rape in the province of Utrecht. In this center doctors, nurses, police, psychologists and social workers together.

  • Seksueel Geweld

New Zealand

  • Rape Prevention Education
    RPE’s mission is to work in relationship with Tangata Whenua  to develop partnerships and evidence-based prevention activities in community services, education, health promotion, research and advocacy that effectively promote respectful relating and eliminate perpetration and experience of sexual violence in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

  • Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust
    We can help provides support to men recovering from the consequences of sexual abuse. We have extensive resources to help you back to recovery.


  • Stand to End Rape
    We are a youth-led Not-for-Profit Organization advocating against sexual violence, providing prevention mechanisms and supporting survivors with psychosocial services.


  • DIXI center against rape (Resource center against sexual assault)
    DIXI Resource provides assistance and support to victims of rape and / or other sexual abuse and to their families. We offer tutorials and are supervised self-help groups. DIXI is a free low threshold. You do not need a referral to get in touch. Subject to confidentiality.

  • Utsattmann
    Utsattmann is an organization fighting against sexual abuse towards children. We’re a network of men who have been subjected to sexual abuse during our lifetime. We wish with our experience to help other men and young people who are experiencing the same. Although life seems to have broken, we convey the message that it is possible to build yourself up and have a good life.

  • Crisis Center Secretariat
    Provides a secure place, talk and day care, practical assistance and advice to abused women and their children. Abuses receptions providing medical assistance and counseling to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Hour Open, free, confidential and independent of the police.


  • Maya's organisation
    We believe that no child, man or woman should suffer in silence; we are here to give you a voice. No matter the nature of the abuse you are experiencing, or have survived, we are here to help you. With the assistance of counsellors, psychologists and missionaries, Maya and the team are working to build a sanctuary in Davao City, Philippines where victims and survivors of emotional, sexual or physical abuse will be able to go, for safety and security.


  • Foundation Feminoteka
    We provide a helpline for women victims all kind of violence: psychological, economical, physical and sexual. We provide free legal and psychologist support for victims.



  • A.L.E.G – Association for Liberty and Equality of Gender
    CHOOSE Association offers counseling and free legal aid to victims of violence, including sexual violence survivors. CHOOSE works in Sibiu in 2004 which has a counseling center with well-trained professionals. Besides counseling and assistance to victims, choosing menus and educational programs for students and specialists in combating gender violence.


  • Crisis Centre for Women
    Psychological assistance to victims of rape and violence by an intimate partner.

  • Various Listings

  • Center Anna / ANNA
    The organization's goal was to draw attention to the problem of violence against women, as well as the creation of the first helpline in Russia and other services for women victims of domestic violence.


  • Rape Crisis Scotland
    Rape Crisis Scotland provides a national rape crisis helpline and email support for anyone affected by sexual violence, no matter when or how it happened.

  • Rape Crisis Grampian
    Rape Crisis Grampian (RCG) provides support to people, over the age of 13 years, who have been subjected to sexual violence at any time in their lives. We offer a variety of support which is led by the individuals’ needs and particular circumstance. The support is provided by trained, paid and volunteer support workers, in a safe environment which offers the individual the space and time to talk about their experience without being judged.


  • Autonomous Women’s Centre
    Autonomous Women's Center provides psychological and legal assistance to women who have experienced partner violence, sexual violence and domestic violence.


  • Sexual Assault Care Centre
    The Sexual Assault Care Centre (SACC) at AWARE provides free services to those who have experienced sexual assault, helping them deal with their experiences and make decisions about their next steps.

  • Oogachaga
    Oogachaga is a community-based, professional counselling, support & personal development non-profit organization working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, couples & families in Singapore since 1999.

  • Action for AIDS Singapore

    AFA is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to fighting AIDS/HIV infection in Singapore. It draws upon a network of healthcare professionals, advocates, educators and volunteers, to implement educational, testing, treatment and welfare programmes.


  • Association SOS helpline for women and children - Victims of Violence
    SOS phone offers psychosocial assistance? victims - mostly women and children experiencing any form or type of violence, especially domestic violence, partner and kinship relationships and other interpersonal relationships (including workplace violence, bullying, violence against elderly people, against persons with disabilities, ...).

South Africa

  • Rape Crisis Cape Town
    Established in 1976, the Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust is the oldest organisation in South Africa supporting the recovery of survivors, seeking justice and making change in communities. Our goal is to reduce the trauma experienced by rape survivors including the secondary trauma they experience when reporting rape to officials.

  • Samsosa
    The new acronym  SAMSOSA (South African Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse) will serve as a resource and referral centre, providing information, support and training for victims, affected individuals and organisations in a safe, non-judgmental structure. In addition, we will act as an advocacy group for non-offending male rape and abuse survivors to create awareness and understanding that will change social attitudes and structures.

  • Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust
    Our mission is to promote safety in communities, to reduce the trauma experienced by rape survivors, to empower women, to promote gender equality, to strengthen the criminal justice system and to work actively to address flaws in legislation.

  • LifeLine

    LifeLine was established in 1970. This was out of a need for community members to have access to a 24-hour telephonic service that can assist them to address the psychological and social stresses and trauma that they are struggling to deal with. For example; family problems, trauma, depression, loneliness, pregnancy, HIV infection/affection, bereavement, sexual and gender violence, substance abuse, or any other situation where a person is struggling to cope with life, in general.


  • Support Center Humlegarden
    Support Center Humlegården is a non-profit organization in Gothenburg, Sweden - offering "self-help", for all women 18 years and older who have been victims of sexual violence and sexual abuse.

  • Ersta Hopp



  • Various Listings
    Rape Crisis Network Europe (RCNE) is the network of European centres which support survivors of sexual violence. We aim to make sure that anyone who experiences sexual violence can get the help they need. We are active in influencing policy, standards and legislation through European governments and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). All member centres share a ‘survivor-centred’ and anti-discriminatory approach.


  • African Centre for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims
    ACTV is the pioneer provider of services to survivors and victims of torture in Uganda. ACTV is a registered non-governmental organisation in Uganda. ACTV is accredited by the Ministry of Health to operate a medical referral centre that provides physical and psychological care that supports the process of rehabilitation of victims of torture by security agencies or by rebels in Uganda and neighboring countries.

United Kingdom

  • SurvivorsUK
    We help sexually abused men as well as their friends and family, no matter when the abuse happened. We are here to support, challenge, build.

  • Rape Crisis England and Wales
    Rape crisis centres provide crisis and long-term specialised counselling, support and independent advocacy for all women and girls of all ages who have experienced any form of sexual violence recently and/or in the past; centres are community-based, and independent of government and the criminal justice system.

  • Survivors Manchester
    We offer confidential support, information, practical and emotional support for boys and men affected by sexual violence, experienced in the past or present, that are considering reporting to the police.

    Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling (PARCS) aims to promote healthy relationships and alleviate the physical, emotional and psychological distress associated with interpersonal trauma including rape and sexual abuse/exploitation. PARCS work with all genders aged 5 and above who are resident in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire.

  • Mankind
    Since 2000, we have been developing and delivering male-focused services that enable men to deal with the issues created by unwanted sexual experiences and create a better future for themselves.

  • Watford Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre
    Watford Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Centre is a voluntary woman centred organisation; a charity run by women. We offer non judgmental support to women and men who have been raped or sexually abused, no matter when or how it happened. 

United States

  • MaleSurvivor
    Male Survivor helps men who’ve been sexually abused, assaulted, or raped. That’s all we do. We’re here for men 24-7-365 through our moderated discussion boards, which are used by more than 100,000 men each year from more than 150 countries around the globe.

    RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.

  • 1in6
    The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences live healthier, happier lives. Our mission also includes serving family members, friends, partners, and service providers by providing information and support resources on the web and in the community.

  • National Sexual Violence Resource Center
    The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) is the leading nonprofit in providing information and tools to prevent and respond to sexual violence. NSVRC translates research and trends into best practices that help individuals, communities and service providers achieve real and lasting change. 

(USA) Puerto Rico

  • Support Center for Victims of Rape (CAVV)
    A community with a conscience around sexual violence, working to prevent it. Its mission is to assist survivors of sexual aggression and/or domestic violence with the coordination of medical and psychosocial immediate services. 


  • The Body
    International HIV/AIDS Organizations

  • NAM
    Welcome to NAM’s e-atlas. Using this tool you can search for HIV-related services worldwide and access country-specific information and news.

  • POZ
    National search engine for AIDS service organizations (ASOs) in the United States searchable by zip code, organization name, organization type, specific service provided and groups served. A resource created by Poz Magazine.


  • Human Rights Watch
    These are links to groups worldwide which advocate for an end to discrimination and abuse based on sexual orientation or gender identity.