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LINKAGES Violence Prevention and Response Package

Members of key populations experience disproportionate burdens of both HIV and violence. These epidemics are linked—violence increases HIV vulnerability and poses a barrier to HIV testing, disclosure and adherence to antiretroviral therapy. Addressing both public health challenges simultaneously is an important strategy for epidemic control and the protection of human rights.

OPTIONS test and prevent analysis

Significant resources have created strong ‘test and treat’ programs globally. What about those who test HIV negative? How can we strengthen the linkage of HIV-negative individuals to prevention programs in ways that work for them? In our recently completed Test-And-Prevent Analysis, the OPTIONS Consortium identifies practices for linking individuals from HIV testing to HIV prevention. This work aims to identify interventions that are effective, the enabling conditions that support linkage, and remaining questions.

Report of the 4th regional meeting on key populations programming

The 4th Key Populations (KP) Regional Experience-Sharing Meeting, held November 28-29, 2018 in Lome, Togo, brought together 208 participants - KP led organizations, KP HIV programme implementers, government officials, development partners, and technical experts - to share lessons learned and promising practices from implementation, relevant and novel research and programmatic data, to build networks and platforms for technical exchange. This report documents the meeting proceedings.

Rapport de la 4ème conference regionale populations cles

La 4ème réunion régionale de partage d'expérience des populations clés (PK), tenue les 28 et 29 novembre 2018 à Lomé, au Togo, a réuni 208 participants - organisations dirigées par le PK, responsables de la mise en œuvre du programme VIH du PK, responsables gouvernementaux, partenaires de développement et experts techniques - à partager les enseignements tirés et les pratiques prometteuses issues de la mise en œuvre, de recherches pertinentes et innovantes et de données programmatiques, afin de créer des réseaux et des plates-formes d'échanges techniques. Ce rapport documente le déroulement de la réunion.

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