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Over the past 10 years, FHI 360 has implemented and refined a combination of outreach strategies — through the USAID-funded SHARP (2004-2009), SHARPER (2010-2014), and LINKAGES (2014-2019) projects — to overcome the structural barriers that prohibit key populations from safely accessing HIV prevention, care, and treatment services. Peer education, helpline counseling, social-media outreach, and outreach events have helped to fulfill a mandate of enrolling key populations in HIV care and treatment in Ghana.
In this new consolidated guidelines document on HIV prevention, diagnoses, treatment and care for key populations, WHO brings together all existing guidance relevant to key populations - gay men and men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, people in prisons and other closed settings, sex workers, and transgender people.
This document is the supplement to the consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnoses, treatment and care for key populations, in which WHO brings together all existing guidance relevant to key populations- gay men and men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, people in prisons and other closed settings, sex workers, and transgender people.
The Advocacy for Community Treatment (ACT) Toolkit facilitates community activists to become effective advocates for HIV treatment access. It includes a special focus on supporting key populations and ensuring everyone’s right to health is respected. Topics covered in the participatory Toolkit include: the science of HIV, the relationship between human rights and treatment, how trade impacts the availability of medicines, financing for health, and community advocacy planning.
Sexual minority communities in India have long faced challenges in accessing public services, including healthcare. Given that HIV places a significant burden on male-born sexual minorities around the world, the range of HIV-related services is supposedly one of the interventions that specially targets them. However, questions abound on the nature of these interventions. This document highlights these questions and draws largely from a series of focus group discussions with male-born sexual minorities conducted by sexual minority activists in 11 districts in Karnataka, India.
These consolidated guidelines provide guidance on the diagnosis of HIV infection, the care of people living with HIV, and the use of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs for treating and preventing HIV infection. They are structured along the continuum of HIV testing, care and treatment.
Published in 2014, The Global Policy, Local Disconnects: A Look Into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines report is a global initiative undertaken by The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) that investigates what the reality was on the ground for people living with HIV.