In close collaboration with sex workers Bridging the Gaps works to end stigma and discrimination surrounding sex work and to improve their access to sex worker-friendly health care services.
People who use drugs
Bridging the Gaps wants to reverse the cycle in which people who use drugs are stigmatised, trapped in poverty and lack access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services.
Together with communities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, Bridging the Gaps works to develop effective HIV/AIDS prevention strategies and lobbies for protection of human rights.
An international HIV programme on health and rights for LGBT people, sex workers and people who use drugs.
Bridging the Gaps works towards a world where there is no hostility against homosexuality, where a drug user can access clean needles without risking arrest and where a sex worker doesn’t need to fear any violence from clients nor from the police.Read more >
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