does capacity development increase demand for health services and rights among key populations?
The African Institute for Children Studies (AICS) conducted a systematic literature review to explore what outcomes have been measured resulting from capacity development interventions for key populations in low- and middle-income countries. The review also looked at whether capacity development has increased demand for health services and rights.
do you know how much HIV civil society engages with the Universal Periodic Review?
This research summary will inform the work of those working with or planning to work with the UPR to advance human rights related to HIV; and to strengthen state accountability for upholding the human rights of people living with HIV and key populations through the effective utilisation of international human rights mechanisms
how do combination prevention programmes for key populations contribute to empowerment, inclusion and agency?
This systematic literature review, conducted by KHANA, an NGO based in Cambodia, summarises the current evidence for the added value of working on and measuring empowerment, inclusion and agency for key populations, and links this to HIV prevention outcomes. It highlights the need for more consistent measurement of empowerment, inclusion and agency as immediate programme outcomes.
how to engage ‘non-community’ stakeholders in hiv programming for key populations
This research summary gives strategies for engagement with non-community stakeholders, such as decision-makers and implementers, who play a significant role in policy-making and implementation, in addition to the broader community.
Towards integration of the HIV and AIDS response into universal health coverage
This research summary describes the main findings of the report ‘Towards transformative integration of the HIV and AIDS response into Universal Health Coverage: building on the strengths and successes of the HIV and AIDS response. Drawing from experiences from Indonesia, Kenya, Uganda and Ukraine, it examines the risks and opportunities identified by a wide range of stakeholders in the four study countries.
are we using the sustainable development goals’ monitoring systems enough?
This research summary highlights main findings of the report ‘Getting on Track in Agenda 2030: HIV in Voluntary National Reviews (VNR) of Sustainable Development Implementation’. It also examings the level and quality and inclusion of HIV-reated data in VNRs, and recommendations to Member States, UN agencies and civil society.