2017 | Thesis: Meaningful Involvement of Key Populations in HIV/AIDS programs

The aim of this study was to assess the extent of meaningful involvement of key populations in HIV/aids programmes and the effect of these programmes.

2017 | Thesis: The Effects of Community Empowerment on the Health and Human Rights of Sex Workers, People Who Use Drugs and LGBT people

The research question of this study was: What are the most effective community empowerment strategies for decreasing the HIV prevalence, increasing the access to HIV/STI-related services, and increasing the fulfillment of the human rights of…

2017 | Vlog: The Learning Institute seen through the eyes of Lynn Werlich (Aidsfonds)

Nothing about us without us! Meaningful involvement of key populations and community empowerment – these were the key issues during the first Learning of Bridging the Gaps Institute (25-27 April 2017, Kenya).

2017 | Vlog: The Learning Institute seen through the eyes of Bradley Fortuin (LEGABIBO)

Bradley Fortuin from local partner LEGABIBO, The Lesbians, Gays and Bisexual of Botswana, shows you how he experienced the first Learning Institute (25-27 April 2017).

2017 | Tool: Implementing Comprehensive HIV and HCV Programmes with People Who Inject Drugs (IDUIT)(©UNODC)

This tool offers practical advice on how to implement these programmes and these approaches for and with people who inject drugs, across the full continuum of HIV and HCV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care, aligned with UN guidance.…

2017 | Lessons Learnt Report: Bridging the Gaps Learning Institute (English)

During the first Learning Institute tips & tricks and personal stories were captured on the topic of community empowerment and meaningful involvement of key populations like; engaging young people, volunteer management and improving dialogue…

2017 | Briefing Paper: Migrant Sex Workers

This Briefing Paper explores the human rights barriers encountered by migrant sex workers as a result of their type of labour. It highlights their lack of access to services, as well as the increased precariousness and exclusion they face due…

2017 | Community Based Participatory Research: Access To Legal Identity Cards and National Health Insurance (NHI) Among MSM And Transgender Women: A Study in 4 Cities in Indonesia

The GWL INA National Network, partner organization of both COC and MSMGF, has conducted community based participatory research (CBPR) in Indonesia. For Indonesia this is a new research model with active involvement of the community of Men who…

2016 | Evaluation Report: Nai Zindagi & Mainline’s Sober Facts on Adherence to ART among PWUD in Pakistan

A common prejudice leads people to belief that people who use drugs can’t adhere to their anti-retroviral treatment. This is not true. A report from Pakistan – the result of an independent evaluation – holds significant proof that adherence…

2015 | Lessons Learnt Report: Integrated Services for Key Populations

This document provides lessons learnt of the Bridging the Gaps programme linked to the global strategy of the WHO on integrated and people-centred services for key populations.

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