Implementing and scaling up programmes to remove human rights-related barriers to HIV services
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In 2020 this cannot be more critical or timely, as countries move forward, for the first time in the history of the AIDS response, to apply significant resources to resolving the human rights challenges that have impeded the response since the beginning of the epidemic, some 40 years ago.
This publication is the result of a joint cooperation between the Global Fund, Frontline AIDS and GIZ BACKUP Health on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
This guide describes the barriers to HIV services that many people continue to face; why concrete programmes are needed to remove them and the evidence-informed programmes that can achieve this. It provides step-by-step guidance to enable implementers to plan, implement and evaluate programmes to remove human rights-related barriers to services.
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