Our approach

We link human rights and health

How can drug users get clean needles if they risk being arrested when they visit needle exchange facilities? How can sex workers protect themselves if they are afraid of being beaten up, bribed or sexually harassed? How can men having sex with men get tested on HIV if their medical …

We link community work with global advocacy

Bridging the Gaps works simultaneously on local, regional and global levels National, regional and global approaches are needed to achieve universal access to HIV/STI prevention, treatment, care and support for all key populations.¬†Global policy changes for sex workers, people using drugs and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people need …

We link key populations

Bridging the Gaps has a combined focus on sex workers, people who use drugs, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people as well as vulnerable sub-populations, such as women, prison inmates, young people, people living with HIV and their spouses and sexual partners. We address each group based on specific …