Pioneering HIV services for and with men having sex with men in MENA
Experiences and lessons learned from a community-based programme that created access to quality HIV services for MSM in the MENA region.
This case study documents experiences and lessons learned from the implementation of a pioneering community-based programme, supported by USAID, that created access to quality HIV prevention, care and support services for men who have sex with men in the Middle East and North Africa. Led by the Alliance, the programme was implemented by eight partner civil society organisations in Algeria, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia during 2005–2015.
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This article was written as the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, before we changed our name to Frontline AIDS.