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LINKAGES Violence Prevention and Response Package LINKAGES Violence Prevention and Response Package
Type of content Training, Program guidance

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.

Policy Brief: Transgender People and HIV Policy Brief: Transgender People and HIV
Type of content Research, Program guidance, Advocacy

This technical brief summarizes essential information and existing WHO recommendations for HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care among transgender populations.

Tool to Set and Monitor Targets for HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care for Key Populations (2015 supplement) Tool to Set and Monitor Targets for HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care for Key Populations (2015 supplement)
Type of content Program guidance

This tool supplements the World Health Organization Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care for Key Populations; it provides technical guidance to assist countries in planning and monitoring efforts to address HIV among key populations (KP), with specific guidance on monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the comprehensive package of interventions to address HIV among KP.

UNAIDS Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care for Key Populations UNAIDS Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care for Key Populations
Type of content Research, Program guidance

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.

Standard Operating Procedures for Implementing HIV Programmes among Key Populations: Ghana Standard Operating Procedures for Implementing HIV Programmes among Key Populations: Ghana
Type of content Training, Program guidance

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.

New Prevention Technologies and Their Implications for Sex Workers: Briefing Paper 04 New Prevention Technologies and Their Implications for Sex Workers: Briefing Paper 04

This NSWP briefing paper provides an overview of the new HIV prevention tools on the horizon, including microbicides, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), vaccines, and ‘treatment for prevention’. It details the possible positive and negative impacts of these as identified by sex worker organisations. Finally, it explores how sex workers’ advocacy can influence the development and introduction of these tools in ways that maximise usefulness and minimise risk to sex workers.

Strengthening community capacity through the provision of peer-led technical support.