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CoPE Call for Applications

We are pleased to announce a special CoPE call for hepatitis, addressing the need for access to hepatitis prevention, testing, treatment and care services by co-infected key populations. Please find below…

IAS publishes Bruno Spire’s suggestion for GIPA 2.0

In a blog post, IAS has published HIV+ researcher and activist Bruno Spire's proposal for a new, better and more functional GIPA Principles. The Greater Involvement of People with HIV/AIDS…

Republic of Moldova to fund HIV prevention services for key populations

The Republic of Moldova’s National Health Insurance Fund has announced that it will finance HIV prevention services provided by nongovernmental organizations for two projects for key populations. The services will…

New fund for key populations in eastern Europe and central Asia

The Elton John AIDS Foundation announced on 10 October a new funding initiative for key populations in eastern Europe and central Asia. The Key Populations Fund for Eastern Europe and…

Testing Week Statement on Most Affected Populations – Read and Share

Anticipating the upcoming European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week, an alliance of NGOs has issued the following statement in support of reaching out to and involving most affected populations in HIV and…

EATG signs on call to action for reconsidering primary HIV prevention

Reconsidering primary prevention: Call to action for the global HIV response The world needs a new phase in the evolution of the HIV response – one that reinvigorates prevention by…

Is PEPFAR leaving behind key populations?

MSMGF expresses deep concern about the new PEPFAR Strategy for Accelerating HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control (2017-2020) launched last week by US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson The President’s Emergency Plan for…

Human rights defenders play a key role in the HIV response

While running a legal clinic for refugees 10 years ago, Kene Esom, former Director of African Men for Sexual Health and Rights (AMSHeR), saw how difficult it was for marginalized…

Most HIV-positive migrants in Europe acquired HIV post-migration

The majority of migrants living with HIV in Europe became infected after arriving to their new country – debunking the previously held assumption that HIV infections among migrants are imported.…

PrEPster joins call for PrEP for women

PrEPster today joined with other leading PrEP advocate organisations in calling for PrEP for women in the UK. A consensus statement – signed by AVAC, cliniQ, NAT, PrEPster and THT –…

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