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Early Lessons from South Africa’s Rollout of Oral PrEP to Sex Workers

This blog has been reposted from Prepwatch.org; the original posting can be found here. Contributed by Neeraja Bhavaraju and Daniela Uribe from FSG, a member of the… 784 more words

Sex Workers

Key Population Heroes: Finding meaning and renewed purpose after my HIV diagnosis

Written by Christio Wijnhard, Project Coordinator for the LINKAGES Project at Foundation He+HIV, Suriname

Even though Clarence suspected that he might HIV-positive, the 24-year-old was shocked when he first learned his status. 703 more words

Key Population Heroes

Key Population Hero: Addressing stigma and discrimination among LGBT people in Kenya

Written by Levis Nderitu, co-founder, Sullivan Reed

Sullivan Reed is an organization in Nairobi, Kenya that specializes in the economic and social empowerment of LGBT people in Kenya, where homosexuality is criminalized and HIV prevalence… 576 more words

Transgender

Comprehensive violence-response services in the Dominican Republic: A spotlight on CEPROSH

LINKAGES would like to thank the clinical staff members of CEPROSH, the police chief, and the key population members in Puerto Plata who contributed to this interview. 852 more words

Transgender

The urgent need for violence response systems within HIV programming

Written by Tisha Wheeler, Senior Technical Advisor for Key Populations, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

Never before have HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs for key populations been available in so many countries. 813 more words

Gender

Does Gender Integration Matter in Programming for Key Populations?

Written by Robyn Dayton, Gender Advisor, LINKAGES

Programming for key populations is unique. It is uniquely challenging — in the face of the stigma, discrimination, violence and criminalization that many members of key populations face. 806 more words

Gender