Anjali Gopalan's Profile

Anjali Gopalan

Executive Director of The Naz Foundation Trust, NGO
Anjali Gopalan, fresh from working on HIV/AIDS and marginalized communities in the United States of the 90s, stepped in to make a difference. Since then, her NGO, The Naz Foundation (India) Trust, has fought legal battles for marginalized sections, spread awareness on the importance of research to help prevent HIV, and has also provided quality care to those living with HIV.

India Needs to Move Ahead on Issues of Gay Rights They Must Have The Right To Marry, Have Families

A few years ago in India, transgender people and homosexuals were objects of ridicule, while the HIV infected were seen as the pariahs of society. Anjali Gopalan, fresh from working on HIV/AIDS and marginalized communities in the United States of the 90s, stepped in to make a difference. Since then, her NGO, The Naz Foundation (India) Trust, has fought legal battles for marginalized sections, spread awareness on the importance of research to help prevent HIV, and has also provided quality care to those living with HIV.

Q. What is the difference in the way marginalized communities in India live today and the way they lived a decade ago? How has Naz Foundation contributed to this altered perception? ...

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Ms. Rama Venugopal Dr. S. Suresh Kevin Dai Meena Dhadha Jim Tizzard Dr. Muffazal Lakdawala Mr. Gopi Natarajan,  Dr. Krishna Raman MBBS, FCCP (Internal Medicine) Ram Prabhu Dr. M.K. Mani Dr. Abhishek Srivastava Dr. Raj B Singh, MD, FRCP, FCCP Mr. Somenath Nag Ravi Samuel Padmini Ramesh Dr.Makani Hemadri Dr. Suniti Solomon Dr. Gita Arjun, A.B. (USA) FACOG Mr. Sridhar Iyengar Dr. C.U.Velmurugendran Dr. Gopi Chellan Dr. Dolly Khanna Dr. Rekha Ramachandran Jacqui Greene Haas Dr. Mukund Mehta, M.D. Dr. Johan Lundstrom Ebenezer Joseph  Dr. Vijay Viswanathan MD, Ph.D, MNAMS Dr. B. Gangadhar Dr. Francis Delmonico, President-elect of World Transplantation Society