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Addressing the specific needs of women who inject drugs. Practical guide for service providers on gender-responsive HIV services

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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Practical Guide offers suggestions for mainstreaming gender into existing services for people who inject drugs. At the same time, it acknowledges that, in some settings, women require services provided separately from or in addition to services targeting men. The main purposes of this Practical...

Tags: Injecting drug users (IDUs), Women, Global, Gender, Harm reduction, Human rights, Inequalities in health, Prevention, Reproductive health, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination, Work and HIV
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Fast-Tracking combination prevention

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UNAIDS

To reduce new HIV infections globally to fewer than 500 000 by 2020, a step towards ending the HIV epidemic as a public health threat by 2030, we need to Fast-Track the response, including renewed commitment to, sustained funding for and scaled-up implementation of HIV prevention programmes.

Tags: Injecting drug users (IDUs), Men having sex with men (MSM), People living with HIV (PLHIV), Global, Prevention, Universal access
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Consulting MSM about HIV and drug consume

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Steffen Taubert

Number 4 of the German HIVreport is dedicated to the consulting MSM about HIV and drug consume. There is information about the basic research knowledge; methodology of the motivating conversation; behaviourist approach to this issue; guidelines and recommendations  for consultants.

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, Injecting drug users (IDUs), LGBTI, WHO European region, Harm reduction, Prevention, Sexual education, STI's
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Get on the Fast-Track — the life-cycle approach to HIV

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UNAIDS

In this report, UNAIDS is announcing that 18.2 million people now have access to HIV treatment. The Fast-Track response is working. Increasing treatment coverage is reducing AIDS-related deaths among adults and children. But the life-cycle approach has to include more than just treatment....

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, General public, Injecting drug users (IDUs), LGBTI, Men having sex with men (MSM), Migrants, People who use drugs (PUD), Refugees, Sex workers, Women, Global, Affordability, Ageing with HIV, Care and support, Gender, Harm reduction, HIV and labor, Human rights, Inequalities in health, Monitoring and Evaluation, Policy, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), Prevention, Sexual and reproductive health, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination, Testing and counselling, Universal access, Work and HIV
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Understanding the impact of smartphone applications on STI/HIV prevention among men who have sex with men in the EU/EEA

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European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

This ECDC report, produced in collaboration with the Terrence Higgins Trust, looks into the role of smartphone applications directed at men who have sex with men (MSM) and how this affects the HIV epidemic across the EU/EEA. This refers to apps both as a tool for MSM to find partners and also as...

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, Men having sex with men (MSM), WHO European region, Human rights, Prevention, Sexual and reproductive health, Social issues
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Prevention Gap Report

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UNAIDS

This report by UNAIDS reveals concerning trends in new HIV infections among adults. The Prevention gap report shows that while significant progress is being made in stopping new HIV infections among children...

Tags: Gay men and other MSM, Men having sex with men (MSM), People living with HIV (PLHIV), People who use drugs (PUD), Sex workers, Global, Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), Prevention
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