Good Practice Brief: Human Rights Emergency Response and HIV
This Good Practice Brief is for community-based and led organisations in various stages of planning and implementing their own emergency responses
In the context of HIV, we know that populations who are criminalised, stigmatised and experience discrimination have higher infection rates than the general population.
This Good Practice Brief is for community-based and led organisations, to offer lessons and good practices from the Frontline AIDS global partnership. We hope the Brief will also be useful to donors and other supporters of this work, by providing information on emerging practices and experiences and the lessons we have drawn from them.