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Gender & Sexual Diversity Training: A Facilitator’s Guide for Public Health and HIV Programs

Gender & Sexual Diversity Training: A Facilitator's Guide for Public Health and HIV Programs
This version of the Gender & Sexual Diversity Training curriculum was developed specifically for PEPFAR staff and their country-level implementing partners to help country programs understand and address the needs of gender and sexual minority communities in the context of HIV programming, U.S. workplace policy on non-discrimination, and through a human rights lens. The guide was developed by the USAID- and PEPFAR-funded Health Policy Project, in coordination with a U.S. Government inter-agency team made up of members of the PEPFAR Key Populations Working Group and the PEPFAR Gender Technical Working Group.

A slide deck that accompanies this resource. 

Year of publication: 
2015

Standard Operating Procedures for HIV/STI Prevention Programs with Sex Workers in Zambia

Standard Operating Procedures for HIV/STI Prevention Programs with Sex Workers in Zambia
The Standard Operating Procedures in this document provide guidance on project management as well as behavioral, biomedical, and structural interventions necessary to provide quality services that would improve lives of female sex workers in Zambia, and provides the reader with the context for developing the strategy/activity as well as the structure, individual responsibilities, and monitoring plan.
Year of publication: 
2015

National Standards for Peer Education and Outreach for HIV Prevention and Care among Key Populations: Mozambique

National Standards for Peer Education and Outreach for HIV Prevention and Care among Key Populations: Mozambique
Standard operating procedures (SOPs) and minimum standards will support the design and implementation of quality HIV interventions in Mozambique. The SOPs and minimum standards will standardize and quantify the intervention package and define the services and ensure uniformity of terms, definitions and systems.
Year of publication: 
2015

National Guidelines for Implementation of HIV Prevention Programmes for Female Sex Workers in Nigeria

National guidelines for implementation of HIV prevention programmes for female sex workers in Nigeria
These guidelines outline the principles, procedures, and activities involved in developing and implementing evidence-based HIV prevention programmes that reach a large proportion of female sex workers in Nigeria. The guidelines also evaluate these programs and include specific tools adapted to the Nigerian context in the annexes.
Year of publication: 
2014

Standard Operating Procedures for Implementing HIV Programmes among Key Populations: Ghana

Standard Operating Procedures for Implementing HIV Programmes among Key Populations: Ghana
There is need for sustained HIV prevention, care, and treatment, especially among key populations (KP) who comprise as much as 40 percent or more of new HIV infections. As activities are scaled up and more stakeholders and actors are involved in the provision of KP interventions, there is the need to ensure that a standardised set of services is provided to all KPs in a non-stigmatising and confidential manner. These Standard Operating Procedures have been developed as one of the essential and fundamental activities outlined in the National MARP Strategic Plan 2011-2015. They are designed to systematise the strategies employed under the NSP 2011–2015 and its M&E Plan.
Year of publication: 
2014

(Even) Greater than the Sum of Its Parts: a Case Study on Working Together as the Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks

(Even) Greater than the Sum of Its Parts: a Case Study on Working Together as the Consortium of MSM and Transgender Networks
“(Even) Greater than the Sum of Its Parts” documents the impact of the Consortium’s efforts and describes the added value of collaboration. The primary context of the case study is the Consortium’s implementation of two grants by the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) over the past two years. The case study offers multiple examples of how working in a Consortium has benefited member networks and MSM and transgender communities in general. 
Year of publication: 
2016

Global Policy, Local Disconnects A Look into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines

Global Policy, Local Disconnects A Look into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines
One year after the release of the updated WHO Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection, ITPC investigated what the reality was on the ground for people living with HIV. In the 2013 update, WHO recommended that all people living with HIV be offered the opportunity to start treatment immediately after their diagnosis. “Global Policy, Local Disconnect” draws on ITPC’s Regional Networks and ARASA partners in Southern Africa, to survey a cross-section of people living with HIV, service providers and other stakeholders across the globe, to uncover the real story of access to HIV treatment.
Year of publication: 
2014

Global Policy, Local Disconnects A Look into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines

Global Policy, Local Disconnects A Look into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines
One year after the release of the updated WHO Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection, ITPC investigated what the reality was on the ground for people living with HIV. In the 2013 update, WHO recommended that all people living with HIV be offered the opportunity to start treatment immediately after their diagnosis. “Global Policy, Local Disconnect” draws on ITPC’s Regional Networks and ARASA partners in Southern Africa, to survey a cross-section of people living with HIV, service providers and other stakeholders across the globe, to uncover the real story of access to HIV treatment.
Year of publication: 
2014