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Sex workers lack food for taking HIV drugs and are targeted by police during COVID-19

AP News has published a report on the impact of food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic on sex workers living with HIV. Speaking with sex workers and organisations from Rwanda and Zimbabwe, the article highlights the multiple ways that the current crisis is affecting those who do not have access to government support schemes.

Organisers of HIV2020 Issue Recommendations to IAS Ahead of Virtual Conferences

The organisers of HIV2020 Online, of which NSWP is a member, published a set of ten recommendations aimed at the International AIDS Society (IAS), which has been criticised for its decision to bring this year’s International AIDS Conference to the United States of America (U.S.). Though both conferences will now take place online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, advocates argue that the decision reflects weak community engagement.

NSWP Welcomes You to HIV2020 Online

HIV2020: Community Reclaiming the Global Response, is scheduled to take place on Zoom from July through October of 2020.

The HIV2020 alliance has decided to organise the community-led event to provide an alternative for individuals who cannot or will not participate in the AIDS2020 virtual conference. Its goal is to offer new opportunities to reaffirm the leading role communities play in the global HIV response. ​

Справочная статья: дефицит медицинских товаров и лекарств при ИППП/ВИЧ и его влияние на секс-работников

Секс-работники в мире являются группой, в значительной мере затронутой ВИЧ: по некоторым оценкам число инфицированных среди них в 34 раза выше, чем среди населения в целом. Доступ к медицинским товарам для профилактики и обнаружения ВИЧ и доступ к лечению играет важную роль в охране здоровья и благополучия секс-работников мира.

Documento informativo: Las experiencias de personas que ejercen el trabajo sexual con los desabastecimientos de productos básicos y tratamientos para el VIH/ITS

Las personas que ejercen el trabajo sexual se ven afectadas de manera desproporcionada por el VIH a nivel mundial. Se estima que la prevalencia del VIH entre esta población puede ser hasta 34 veces más alta que en la población general. El acceso a los productos básicos para la prevención, detección y acceso al tratamiento del VIH es fundamental para la salud y el bienestar de las personas que ejercen el trabajo sexual en todo el mundo.

社群指南摘要:性工作者关于 艾滋病/性病 药品和治疗缺 货的经验

本文件是《简报: 性工作者获取全面性与生殖健康服务的机会​》的配套社群指南。指南概述了简报全文,并为政策制定者和医疗服务机构提供了重要建议。

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