Reports and Studies

Mar 23, 2015

UNAIDS Strategy: Virtual consultation on UNAIDS 2016-2021 strategy

UNAIDS wants to hear from you: As a global community, we have set our sights on ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030. To reach this objective, the response must be urgently fast-tracked through a change agenda.

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Apr 06, 2015

Seeking input into the development of three 2016-2021 Global Health Sector Strategies: HIV/AIDS; Viral Hepatitis; and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

World Health Organisation - The draft global health sector strategy on STIs for 2016– 2021 has been developed for discussion during a series of multi-stakeholder consultations from March to December 2015. The strategy builds on the Global strategy for the prevention and control of sexually transmitted infections 2006-2015, and will be closely aligned with the post-2015 health and development agenda and targets, and the drive towards universal health coverage.

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Mar 27, 2015

Key Populations Action Plan 2014-2017

The Global Fund - 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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Apr 07, 2015

HIV and adolescents: focus on young key populations

Journal of the International AIDS Society 2015 - Adolescents and young adults are at increased risk for HIV due to the many developmental, psychological, social, and structural transitions that converge in this period of the lifespan. In addition, adolescent deaths resulting from HIV continue to rise despite declines in other age groups.

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Mar 11, 2015

To Protect and Serve

Open Society Foundations - Recent studies from Ukraine, for example - a country I visit often in my role as UN Special Envoy - have estimated that fear of police is the single greatest factor associated with needle sharing among people who inject drugs, and that the elimination of police violence could reduce new HIV infections among people who use drugs in Odessa by as much as 19 percent.

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