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"The Time Has Come" - Meeting Report

This meeting report provides recommendations from the Joint WHO/UNDP informal expert group consultation in July 2012 that undertook a review of a draft training package for health providers and for reduction of stigma in healthcare settings. The training aims to enhance HIV, STI and other sexualmore

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"The Time Has Come" - Review Consultation Meeting Report

This meeting report summarises the results of a a review consultation on the development of "The Time Has Come" training package and pilot trainings. “The Time Has Come” is a training package for health providers to reduce stigma in health care settings, as well as to enhance HIV, STI andmore

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"The Time Has Come" Enhancing HIV, STI and other sexual health services for MSM and transgender people in Asia and the Pacific: Training package for health providers to reduce stigma in health care settings

“The Time Has Come” is a training package for health providers to reduce stigma in health care settings, as well as to enhance HIV, STI and other sexual health services for men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people in Asia and the Pacific. The package offers a dynamic, interactivemore

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A Framework for Media Engagement on Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in South Asia

A Framework for Media Engagement on Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in South Asia: Regional Framework, Literature Review and Country Case Studies provides direction for how men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender communities should engage with the media, and how themore

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A Pacific Guide on Responding to HIV for Christian Ministers, Pastors and Communities

This Guide provides a set of simple lessons that intended to be tools in the hands of priests, pastors and all Christian ministers in order to assist them in raising the awareness of their churches, and all those to whom they minister. They aim to encourage positive initiatives that target HIVmore

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A Post-2015 Development Agenda: Lessons from Governance of HIV responses in Asia and the Pacific

Many of the policies and approaches used to reduce new HIV infections in Asia and the Pacific could be effective in stemming other growing health threats and emerging development issues. A Post-2015 Development Agenda: Lessons from the Governance of HIV Responses in Asia and the Pacific describesmore

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A Preliminary Study of the Impact of HIV on Poverty and Food Security Among HIV-affected Households in Asia

This briefing paper examines the impact of HIV on food security risks among households affected by HIV in Asia through an analysis of existing household survey studies from 5 countries in Asia. A systematic investigation of food security risks among HIV-affected households based upon household datamore

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A Regional Assessment of Sex Trafficking and STI/HIV in Southeast Asia: Connections between Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Sexual Risk

This independent regional research study by the Harvard School of Public Health and UNDP found that sex-trafficked women and girls in South East Asia are at substantial risk of sexually transmitted infections including HIV, and a majority of them are under 17 years of age. more

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A Review of Socio-Economic Empowerment Initiatives for Women Living with HIV in Asia

The report, A Review of Socio-economic Empowerment Initiatives for Women Living with HIV in Asia, documents and shares key lessons learned on socio-economic empowerment initiatives for women living with HIV in the Asia region. While similar activities have been undertaken in the region since themore

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Being LGBT in Asia: Cambodia Country Report

Being LGBT in Asia: Cambodia Country Report provides an overview of LGBT rights in Cambodia including prevailing laws and policies; social and cultural attitudes; religion; family affairs; education and schooling; work and employment; community and society; health including HIV; media includingmore

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