The Pacific Sexual Diversity Network (PSDN) is a network representing the interests of men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Pacific region since 2007. The PSDN is a region-wide network of MSM and Transgender (TG) community organisations and projects and is the first of its kind in the Pacific. It formed in recognition of the need to develop an effective regional response to the actual and potential threat that HIV and AIDS poses to MSM and TG across the Pacific. Currently the Pacific includes representation from Samoa, Papua new Guinea, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu and the Cook Islands. The PSDN it hopes to expand its representation to include other Pacific countries in the near future.