State HIV Epidemic Fact Sheets. National AIDS Control Organisation. (2014)

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HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) and HIV estimations are the two most important strategic information activities that generate evidence on the epidemic’s patterns. By measuring and analysing the state of HIV epidemic in the country, HIV Sentinel Surveillance data and HIV estimates provide policy makers and programme managers key markers on the epidemic for use in planning, programming, resource allocation and advocacy efforts at national and decentralised levels. They, thus, have remained a core function of the Department of AIDS Control and continue to play a central role in guiding India’s AIDS response.

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Expert Group Meeting on the Implementation of National Reviews and Consultations on Legal and Policy Barriers to Universal Access to HIV Services. ESCAP, UNAIDS and UNDP. (2014)

immage The Expert Group Meeting on the Implementation of National Reviews and Consultations on Legal and Policy Barriers to Universal Access to HIV Services was organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) in cooperation with UNAIDS and UNDP, on 4 and 5 March 2014 in Pattaya, Thailand. The Meeting was attended by national-level experts from governments, civil society and the United Nations system, as well as regional networks of civil society organizations, development partners and representatives of the United Nations Regional Interagency Team on AIDS.
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National HIV Strategies for Impact - A Guidance Note for Getting to Zero. World Bank and UNAIDS. (2014)

immage A national HIV strategy is an instrument to align national stakeholders around ends and means― what society collectively agrees to seek to accomplish with limited financial, human and technological resources. It helps society make the trade-offs with competing priorities for limited resources. A national strategy also defines the accountability mechanisms that should be in place, for regular joint reviews and consultations that include all partners to monitor and report on progress towards achieving national strategy targets.
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Understanding Women Who Use Drugs in Malaysia. Malaysian AIDS Council. (2014)

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Women who use drugs require specialised services and treatment that protects their dignity and preserve their rights to health and family life. They are at higher risk of contracting HIV due to biological, behavioural and structural reasons. Women who use drugs are also at greater risk of psychological disorders and exhibit riskier injecting behaviors.

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Key Population Action Plan 2014-2017. The Global Fund. (2014)

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This document provides outlines five strategic objectives to guide the inclusion of key populations and their needs in every step of the grant life cycle. It also provides an expanded definition of the term “key populations”.

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Making the Money Work for Young People: A Participation Tool for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria - For Young Activists and Youth Organizations. PACT, UNAIDS and the Global Fund. (2014)

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This tool has been developed in collaboration between the PACT—a global alliance of 25 youth organizations working on HIV—UNAIDS and the Global Fund Secretariat. It aims to increase young people’s effective and meaningful participation in the Global Fund, with a specific emphasis on opportunities to participate at the national level.

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Making the Money Work for Young People: A Participation Tool for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria - For Country Coordinating Mechanism Members and Other Global Fund actors. PACT, UNAIDS and the Global Fund. (2014)

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This tool offers guidance for how to involve young people in all Global Fund processes, including the development or review of national strategic plans (and/or investment cases), the management of the ongoing country dialogue, the creation of the concept note, the composition of Country Coordinating Mechanisms, and the implementation of Global Fund supported programs.

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Being LGBT in Asia: Viet Nam Country Report. UNDP and USAID. (2014)

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This report provides an overview of LGBT rights in Viet Nam as related speciacally to employment; education; health care; family affairs; the media; policies, rights and laws; and community. The report provides an overview of LGBT history in Viet Nam, reviews recent developments and includes key strategies for improving the rights of LGBT people through policy advocacy, support services, media representation and research. The report also explores organizational development and capacity-building as it relates to the LGBT community and other key stakeholders in the area of LGBT rights. 

 

Keywords: LGBT, human rights, legal environment, sexual orientation, gender identity, stigma, discrimination

 

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Being LGBT in Asia: Indonesia Country Report. UNDP and USAID. (2014)

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Being LGBT in Asia: the Indonesia Country Report provides an overview of LGBT rights in Indonesia including the effects of laws, policies, culture and social attitudes, and religion, based on research, consultation and the National LGBT Community Dialogue that was held in Bali in June 2013.This overview is followed by an examination of the Indonesia experience of protecting the rights of LGBT people under seven different areas:employment and housing, education and young people, family affairs and social/cultural attitudes, media and ICT, law-human rights and politics, the special case of Aceh, and capacity of LGBT organizations, using the same methodology as described above.

 

Keywords: LGBT, human rights, legal environment, sexual orientation, gender identity, stigma, discrimination

 

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Being LGBT in Asia: Cambodia Country Report. UNDP and USAID. (2014)

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This country report is a product of a broader initiative, ‘Being LGBT in Asia’, which was launched in December 2012. It is the first-of-its-kind Asia-wide learning activity carried out with Asian grassroots LGBT organizations and community leaders alongside USAID and UNDP. In Cambodia, it has additionally partnered with OHCHR. With a focus on eight countries – Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Mongolia, Nepal, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam – the initiative examines LGBT lived experiences from a development and rights perspective.

 

Keywords: LGBT, human rights, legal environment, sexual orientation, gender identity, stigma, discrimination

 

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