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The Smart Sex Worker's Guide to SWIT The Smart Sex Worker's Guide to SWIT
Type of content Training, Program guidance

The Smart Sex Worker’s Guide to SWIT provides a short summary of the key points in ‘Implementing Comprehensive HIV/STI Programmes with Sex Workers: Practical Approaches from Collaborative Interventions' or the 'SWIT', in plain English. The guide can be used by sex workers and sex worker organisations that are designing or running programmes for sex workers. It may also be useful as an advocacy tool when advocating for rights-based services.

'SWIT' - Implementing Comprehensive HIV/STI Programs with Sex Workers 'SWIT' - Implementing Comprehensive HIV/STI Programs with Sex Workers
Type of content Program guidance

This tool, commonly abbreviated as 'SWIT,' is the product of collaboration among sex workers, service providers, researchers, government officials, and NGOs from around the world. Its development was guided by WHO, UNFPA, UNAIDS, NSWP, the World Bank, and development partners from the US, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The purpose of this tool is to describe approaches and principles to building programmes. The summary (policy brief) is also available.

Implementing Comprehensive HIV/STI Programs with Sex Workers 'SWIT' - Implementing Comprehensive HIV/STI Programs with Sex Workers (Policy Brief)
Type of content Program guidance

This policy brief, commonly abbreviated as 'SWIT,' is the product of collaboration among sex workers, service providers, researchers, government officials, and NGOs from around the world. Its development was guided by WHO, UNFPA, UNAIDS, NSWP, the World Bank, and development partners from the US, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The purpose of this tool is to describe approaches and principles to building programmes.

The full-text document is also available

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