Bridging the Gaps is an international HIV programme on health and rights for LGBT people, sex workers and people who use drugs. Between 2011-2015, the programme reached more than one million people with services in 16 countries. The work of Bridging the Gaps has shown that rights-based approaches and services geared towards the needs of these key populations result in health improvements and increased fulfilment of human rights.
After a successful first phase (2011-2015) in which more than one million people in sixteen countries were reached with services – Bridging the Gaps has now entered a second phase (2016-2020) .
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