Key populations in the driver's seat: On the road to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

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Bridging the Gaps
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2014

This publication includes a selection of activities undertaken and achievements made during the first 28 months of the Bridging the Gaps programme. In the period September 2011 - December 2013, the programme reached almost 700,000 sex workers, LGBT people and people who use drugs, with services that met their needs. 

At the same time, much-needed advocacy work is done at the global level. These are the results of an impressive joint effort by over 80 local partners in sixteen countries working together with global networks and Dutch partners, to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support for key populations, and to have their rights fully respected. The worldwide programme demonstrates the added value of working together with three key populations simultaneously, ensuring a holistic approach that is centred on both human rights and health, and linking community work with global advocacy.

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