Giten is currently the Community and Policy Project Manager at amfAR’s TREAT Asia program in Bangkok, Thailand. He has been working on improving hepatitis C treatment access and advocating for price reductions in South and South East Asia in partnership with regional and national community networks. Giten also has been providing training to national PLHIV and PWID networks on hepatitis C treatment, access issues and direct-acting antivirals and their use with antiretroviral therapy. His involvement in regional advocacy for hepatitis C treatment access has included efforts to engage with global stakeholders, including innovator and generic pharmaceutical companies to address price- and non-price barriers. He was also profiled as a Change Maker for hepatitis C by the Economist Intelligence Unit in 2016.