2020 | Bridging the Gaps (2016 – 2020) | Independent End Evaluation: Key Findings

Sex workers, people who use drugs and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are significantly more vulnerable to HIV than the general population. In 2019, 62% of new HIV infections occurred among key populations, yet in most…

2020 | Bridging the Gaps (2016 – 2020) | Country & Regional Partners

Bridging the Gaps, an alliance of nine international organisations and networks and, in the period 2011 – 2020, more than 120 partner organisations working at the local, national and regional levels, has worked across the globe contributing…

2020 | Bridging the Gaps (2016 – 2020) | Results Summary

Sex workers, people who use drugs and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are significantly more vulnerable to HIV than the general population. In 2019, 62% of new HIV infections occurred among key populations, yet in most…

2020 | New study: Funding for key populations affected by HIV and AIDS “way off track”

Funding for key populations affected by HIV and AIDS “way off track”... This is one of the main conclusions from the first ever study into global funding for key populations, released today at the HIV2020 conference by Aidsfonds through…

2019 | Change story 8: Turning policy into action – the implementation of Kyrgyzstan’s national adherence plan.

A community led and a government study conducted in the country in 2017 showed that PLHIV have access to ART but are struggling to adhere to treatment. Partnership Network, with the support Bridging the Gaps partners the Global Network of People…

2019 | Change story 7: Data for change – using evidence to improve access to HIV services among adolescents in Zimbabwe

Despite declines in new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths in Zimbabwe, current ART coverage rates of 80% require scaling up, in order to reach the 90-90-90 targets. ITPC and Bridging the Gaps set up CTOs in four health facilities in Zimbabwe…