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El informe, disponible en Inglés y Español, examina los datos de acceso a los servicios de salud y protecciones legales para las personas transgénero en diferentes contextos, y detalla cómo el estigma social y la discriminación institucionalizada se unen para crear retos casi insuperables para estas poblaciones y las organizaciones que sirven ellos. Más importante, sin embargo, el informe describe cómo las organizaciones de base se han enfrentado, respondió a, y en algunos casos resueltos, muchos de los innumerables retos que se enfrentan.
The report, available in both English and Spanish, examines data on access to health services and legal protections for transgender individuals in different settings, and details how societal stigma and institutionalized discrimination come together to create nearly insurmountable challenges for these populations and the organizations that serve them. More importantly, however, the report describes how grassroots organizations have confronted, responded to, and in some cases solved, many of the myriad challenges that confront them.
With Missing the Target 11, the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition aims to catalyze research and advocacy from a community perspective to expose and address the stigma, discrimination, and human rights abuses that key affected populations face in accessing HIV treatment.
This Guidance Note provides simple, concise and practical guidance on services for gay men and other men who have sex with men. References and links to full guidance are provided in the last section of the Guidance Note.
There is need for sustained HIV prevention, care, and treatment, especially among key populations (KP) who comprise as much as 40 percent or more of new HIV infections. As activities are scaled up and more stakeholders and actors are involved in the provision of KP interventions, there is the need to ensure that a standardised set of services is provided to all KPs in a non-stigmatising and confidential manner. These Standard Operating Procedures have been developed as one of the essential and fundamental activities outlined in the National MARP Strategic Plan 2011-2015. They are designed to systematise the strategies employed under the NSP 2011–2015 and its M&E Plan.
How do we close the gap between the people moving forward and the people being left behind? Similar to the Global report, the goal of the Gap Report is to provide the best possible data and to give information and analysis on the people being left behind.
These slides are a compilation of the epidemiology data and graphics contained in the Gap Report.
HIV prevention efforts are being scaled up globally, to target sex workers as a key affected population in the HIV response. The voices and experiences of sex workers living with HIV are too often rendered invisible: this means that the additional needs and rights of sex workers living with HIV are often overlooked in forums that support the rights of general populations of people living with HIV. This paper sets out the demands of positive sex workers articulated by sex workers themselves.
This short film is being used as a webcast for India Learning Network-Bridge Project's e-learning initiative and will help you to acquire better understanding of the clinical components for service delivery for most-at-risk-populations. The film was originally produced by Karnataka State AIDS Prevention Society, India for educational purposes.
En 2013, el ONUSIDA reunió a 30 LGBT y SIDA defensores de todo el mundo. Este informe de la reunión es una sinopsis de las discusiones celebradas: la actual situación epidemiológica del VIH entre los hombres gay y otros hombres que tienen sexo con hombres, cómo mejorar el acceso y problemas de salud y de derechos humanos.
This report provides a comprehensive analysis to date of HIV-related funding and programming for MSM in six Southern African countries (Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabawe and Swaziland). The report also suggests actionable steps to improve the HIV response among MSM.
This document outlines amfAR-supported grantees conducting successful GMT community-led research studies to improve HIV testing, treatment, and awareness among GMT in five regions—Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and Latin America. It is also available and Spanish.
In 2013, UNAIDS brought together 30 LGBT and AIDS advocates from around the world. This meeting report is a synopsis of discussions held: the current epidemiological situation of HIV among gay men and other men who have sex with men, how to improve access, and health and human rights challenges.
This webcast showcases University of Manitoba's community mobilization component of an STI/HIV intervention with sex workers. It includes basic steps, the process of community leadership, the stages involved, strategies, and making of an action plan, The webcast ends with suggested reading materials.