Technical Brief: Integrating Gender into Programs with Most-at-Risk Populations. Kai S (2010)

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Gender inequity is a fundamental driver in the HIV epidemic, and integrating strategies to address gender inequity and change harmful gender norms is an increasingly important component of U.S. Government-supported HIV programs in countries with generalized epidemics. Much less prevalent are efforts to integrate gender strategies into programs targeting most-at-risk populations (MARPs), which include men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender (TG) people, injecting drug users (IDUs), and male, female, and TG sex workers, in both mixed or concentrated epidemic countries.


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The Effects of Scale on the Costs of Targeted HIV Prevention Interventions among Sex Workers, Men who Have Sex with Men and Transgenders in India. S Chandrashekar, L Guinness, L Kumaranayake, et al (2010)

The Effects of Scale on the Costs of Targeted HIV Prevention Interventions among Sex Workers, Men who Have Sex with Men and Transgenders in India. S Chandrashekar, L Guinness, L Kumaranayake, et al (2010) The India AIDS Initiative (Avahan) project is involved in rapid scale-up of HIV-prevention interventions in high-risk populations. This study examines the cost variation of 107 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) implementing targeted interventions, over the start up (defined as period from project inception until services to the key population commenced) and first 2 years of intervention.

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Appropriate Prevention and Care Services for Men who Have Sex with Men and Transgender People in Resource-Limited Settings. Smart, T (2009)

Appropriate Prevention and Care Services for Men who Have Sex with Men and Transgender People in Resource-Limited Settings. Smart, T (2009) “In countries without laws to protect sex workers, drug users and men who have sex with men, only a fraction of the population has access to prevention. Conversely, in countries with legal protection and the protection of human rights for these people, many more have access to services. As a result, there are fewer infections, less demand for antiretroviral treatment and fewer deaths. Not only is it unethical not to protect these groups; it makes no sense from a health perspective. It hurts all of us.”

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Bangladesh MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

Bangladesh MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009) MSM Country Snapshots for 17 countries have been developed as a collaborative product of UNAIDS Regional Support Team Asia-Pacific, APCOM and the HIV and AIDS Data Hub. Each 1-page snapshot pulls together the latest epidemiological and behavioural response data available from the Data Hub along with information from the Commission on AIDS in Asia Report. Developed originally for ICAAPIX delegates, the Snapshots are aimed particularly at those who may have little or no knowledge of MSM, TG and HIV. The MSM Country Snapshots and the Regional Picture should not be regarded as “scientific" publications nor are they intended to be exhaustive in scope. MSM Country Snapshot is being updated regularly on respective country profiles at www.aidsdatahub.org and updated countries reviews will be posted here as they become available.

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