Two new resources have been developed by Sarah Middleton-Lee on gender-based violence against key populations.
 
The project was a Review of Resources: Gender-Based Violence against Key Populations. It was commissioned by the PEPFAR Gender Technical Working Group and carried out by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in partnership with key population networks/expert consultants. It focused on sex workers, MSM, transgender people and people who use drugs.
 
The two main outputs of the project are:
1.       Annotated Bibliography – this includes, for each key population, a list of priority and other training and programming resources related to GBV, plus an analysis of the strengths, weaknesses and gaps in the resources found.
2.       Technical paper – this analyses the cross-cutting findings from the Bibliography, draws conclusions and makes recommendations to take the work forwards. (Note. The recommendations target PEPFAR and USAID, but could be easily adapted to other agencies).
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