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MSMGF has published its complete digital library of video lectures covering all six chapters of the MSM Implementation Toolkit (MSMIT) in its online learning platform, CPR (Community Partnership Resources) for health professionals. The video lectures are a free method of disseminating the content of the MSMIT via a series of 32 guided lectures on YouTube. CPR is part of an overall strategy to promote the roll out and uptake of normative guidance concerning gay men’s health. The goal is to enable health care providers to deliver high-quality HIV related services for gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men. The tool can also be used by advocates, implementers and policy makers to increase demand for comprehensive prevention, care and treatment services among gay and bisexual men.
This document illuminates the position of the advocacy platform (established by The Global Forum on MSM & HIV, together with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, and with representatives from UNAIDS Secretariat, UNDP, UNFPA, the World Bank, and WHO), on four advocacy priorities identified during the Bangkok convening, and offers examples of messaging, potential partners, and data necessary to coordinate action.
Published in 2013 by the MSMGF, this policy paper proposes recommendations related to the future of CSS, outlining the roles of key population groups in taking these recommendations forward.
In preparation for the full launch of the NFM in 2014, this update summarized key issues discussed at a GFATM Board meeting in November 2013, with a focus on issues of particular concern for civil society organizations and key affected population advocates.
This 2011 primer published by the MSMGF is intended to serve as a guide on information related to men who have sex with men (MSM) for physicians, nurses, and other health care providers delivering HIV and primary care services in diverse clinical settings.
The MSMGF and Johns Hopkins University in 2014 launched a new international training curriculum designed to give healthcare providers the cultural competency and clinical skills necessary to meet the health needs of gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM). Following the announcement of the World Health Organization's new Consolidated Guidelines for Key Populations, the curriculum is also intended to serve as a critical vehicle to ensure the reach of WHO's efforts at the country level.