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This e-tutorial quiz tests knowledge gained from an e-tutorial that offers a focused approach on FP-HIV integration, which enables sex workers to access family planning services. The e-tutorial on FP-HIV integration is available here.
This e-Tutorial describes the rationale, benefits and steps of integrating the Microplanning approach in HIV prevention interventions with MARPs This e-Tutorial takes approximately one hour to complete. After completing this e-Tutorial, participants will know:
This e-tutorial quiz test knowledge about the rationale, benefits, and steps of integrating the Microplanning approach in HIV prevention interventions with MARPs. It is meant to be taken after review of an e-tutorial on Microplanning.
This e-tutorial describes the types of violence and harassment women in sex work face and their perpetrators along with the mechanisms taken at the state level to address this.
This e-tutorial describes the purpose and benefits of community mobilization and its added value in the context of reducing HIV risk and vulnerability among communities of female sex workers and men who have sex with men. The illustration of Karnataka Health Promotion Trust, Project 'Sankalp' has been provided.
There is also a pre- and post-test document associated with this e-tutorial.
This pre- and post-test is meant for use after reading the e-tutorial on community mobilization, which describes the purpose and benefits of community mobilization and its added value in the context of reducing HIV risk and vulnerability among communities of female sex workers and men who have sex with men.
This document summarises the process for conducting the documenting of good practices led by sex workers in the Asia Pacific region. Initiation, planning and delivery of work took place between June and December 2013.
Some of the organisations profiled in this NSWP global report on sex worker-led HIV programming have made significant headway in making local health care and social service providers, along with law enforcement officers, aware of the sometimes complex issues affecting sex workers, resulting in more effective and welcoming services. Despite these successes, the organisations themselves often operate on a shoestring budget and in an unfavourable political climate which sees widespread stigma and hostility towards sex workers and other marginalised groups.
The role of this report is to highlight the contribution of four sex worker-led organisations in developing and advancing such an evidence-based and comprehensive response to HIV: Tais Plus from Kyrgyzstan, STARSTAR from Macedonia, Rose Alliance from Sweden, and Silver Rose from the Russian Federation.
Il est indispensable de cibler correctement l’investissement en faveur de la lutte contre le VIH pour y apporter une réponse efficace. Cibler les bonnes populations et les bonnes interventions à la bonne échelle n’est pas chose aisée.
Since the beginning of the epidemic sex workers have experienced a heightened burden of HIV.
This briefing paper was developed in line with the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) priority to highlight the needs and rights of male sex workers (MSW) and presents an overview of some of the main issues faced by MSW globally; it also highlights some of the advocacy and activism efforts by MSW communities that have challenged these issues.
The 2012 report follows the passing of a 2009 law by the Delhi High Court that decriminalized private consensual sex between adults. The report highlights how transphobia has permeated different structures of Indian society, family, and institutions, robbing transgenders of their human dignity. It documents the number of murders and extra-judicial killings of transgender women human rights defenders in Latin America, whose deaths remain uninvestigated by government agencies.
Through face-to-face meetings, Skype conversations, and other methods of communications, positive sex workers came together in anger and solidarity to demand recognition of their voices and experiences in discussions, related policy, and programming that directly impact their lives.