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HIV Co-infections

This factsheet highlights the barriers that prevent equitable access to innovative and quality-assured medicines for some selected HIV co-infections.

Stocktake of DFID’s work on key populations, July 2014

Entitled “Increasing DFID’s contribution to Addressing HIV among key populations” and building on our earlier critique of DFID’s position paper on HIV and AIDS, the report makes a series of recommendations about how STOPAIDS members believe DFID can work more effectively to advance the rights of communities who are disproportionately affected by AIDS, notably men who … Continued

Report: Children Affected by AIDS Working Group Seminar – highlights, challenges, recommendations

A one-day seminar was held on 3rd April 2014 to mark 10 years of work by the STOPAIDS Children Affected by HIV and AIDS (CABA) working group. Despite encouraging global progress in promoting and protecting the rights of children and young people living with or affected by HIV, worrying gaps remain. Participants and presenters from across the international development, HIV … Continued

Evaluating advocacy: STOPAIDS’ role in the UK’s £1billion commitment to the Global Fund

STOPAIDS has spent a large part of its time over the last three years campaigning for an increase in the UK’s contribution to the replenishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. In September 2013, the Secretary of State for International Development, Justine Greening, announced a better-than-doubling contribution of up to £1billion. … Continued

Harm Reduction and HIV

This factsheet explores harm reduction, effective interventions and outlines recommendations for the UK government. Harm reduction aims to reduce the health and social harms associated with drug use through a range of interventions and has been shown to be cost effective in preventing HIV infection among people who inject drugs.

WASH and HIV factsheet

This factsheet aims to explore the connections between water, sanitation, hygiene (WASH), HIV and AIDS, and provide recommendations on how HIV interventions can integrate WASH into their programming (2013)