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Analysis of Chinese Grassroots AIDS Prevention NGOs’ Organizational Compliance and Development Strategies* —Working from the Example of the Shanghai YAPSC

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Abstract In present-day China, very few grassroots AIDS prevention NGOs – local social organizations that are active in the field of AIDS prevention work – have completed registration with the Ministry of Civil Affairs. Before the appearance of the Shanghai Youth AIDS Prevention Service Center (hereafter, the Shanghai YAPSC), there had been no successful examples of AIDS prevention NGOs dealing primarily with the social group of men who have sex with men (MSM) registering with the Ministry of Civil Affairs. This essay examines the procedure by which the organization came into compliance with the law and its development strategy. We believe that China’s grassroots AIDS prevention NGOs will soon see new, historical opportunities for development. Taking the Shanghai Municipal Government as representative of local governments’ support for grassroots AIDS prevention NGOs, we see that governments’ attitudes towards transformative, constructive cooperation with social organizations have already made important strides forward. The Shanghai YAPSC has used compliance to encourage professionalized, standardized development, providing a model for the development of Chinese grassroots AIDS prevention NGOs.


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