Regional updates: Global

Viral load suppression means risk of HIV transmission is 'at most' 4% during anal sex, but final results not due till 2017.

 

The second large study to look at whether people with HIV become non-infectious if they are on antiretroviral therapy (ART) has found no cases where someone with a viral load under 200 copies/ml transmitted HIV, either by anal or vaginal sex.

6th April 2015 by NSWP

NSWP has published the the 11th issue of our quarterly newsletter ‘Sex Work Digest’. 

You can download the 10 page Digest as a PDF below.

31st March 2015 by NSWP

NSWP has published the the 11th issue of our quarterly newsletter ‘Sex Work Digest’. 

You can download the 10 page Digest as a PDF below.

31st March 2015 by NSWP

ICASO have recently published alerts related to the new Global Fund Updates CCM Guidelines and Requirements for key population advocacy. These guidelines provide information and practical guidance for civil society organizations and key population networks on the updated Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Eligibility Requirements which came into effect on January 1, 2015.

26th March 2015 by NSWP

ICASO have recently published alerts related to the new Global Fund Updates CCM Guidelines and Requirements for key population advocacy. These guidelines provide information and practical guidance for civil society organizations and key population networks on the updated Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Eligibility Requirements which came into effect on January 1, 2015.

26th March 2015 by NSWP

ICASO have recently published alerts related to the new Global Fund Updates CCM Guidelines and Requirements for key population advocacy. These guidelines provide information and practical guidance for civil society organizations and key population networks on the updated Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Eligibility Requirements which came into effect on January 1, 2015.

26th March 2015 by NSWP

The Association of Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) have published a report sharing highlights from the four recipients of the organisation’s “Innovation Seed Grants” whose projects focused on advancing the rights of sex workers.

25th March 2015 by NSWP

The Association of Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) have published a report sharing highlights from the four recipients of the organisation’s “Innovation Seed Grants” whose projects focused on advancing the rights of sex workers.

25th March 2015 by NSWP

UNAIDS is hosting two open virtual consultations and invites all interested stakeholders to participate. Each consultation will run for five days and will be held at critical points in the strategy development process. Inspired by the unprecedented progress made over the past several years, the international community, including the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) and the Member State-led Open Working Group on the Sustainable Development Goals, has embraced the ambition of ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030. To get there, the PCB has requested that the UNAIDS 2011–2015 Strategy be updated and extended for the 2016–2021 period to guide progress towards several ambitious Fast-Track Targets—targets that, if achieved by 2021, will set the trajectory for ending the epidemic by 2030.

23rd March 2015 by NSWP

UNAIDS is hosting two open virtual consultations and invites all interested stakeholders to participate. Each consultation will run for five days and will be held at critical points in the strategy development process. Inspired by the unprecedented progress made over the past several years, the international community, including the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) and the Member State-led Open Working Group on the Sustainable Development Goals, has embraced the ambition of ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030. To get there, the PCB has requested that the UNAIDS 2011–2015 Strategy be updated and extended for the 2016–2021 period to guide progress towards several ambitious Fast-Track Targets—targets that, if achieved by 2021, will set the trajectory for ending the epidemic by 2030.

23rd March 2015 by NSWP