A study conducted by the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (NGLHRC) who successfully challenged the constitutionality of forced anal examinations.
How constructive engagement, strategic partnerships and coordinated policy advocacy led to successful unified sex worker community actions.
This case study explains a Zimbabwean sex worker-led success for human rights and health conducted by the Sexual Rights Centre (SRC).
Local partner Aye Myanmar Association (AMA) has developed into a resilient sex worker-led organisation, which has improved access to HIV services for sex workers. This case study explains how, the results and also contains recommendations.
Regional partner AFEW-Ukraine and their local partners conducted this case study and documented lessons learnt from raising a new generation of young advocates for young people who use drugs in Ukraine.
This case study on introducing and developing harm reduction strategies for people who inject drugs in South Africa was conducted by the TB/HIV care Association, a regional partner in the Bridging the Gaps programme.
This track record case documents lessons learnt from the LEGABIBO (The Lesbians, Gays & Bisexuals of Botswana) registration case: Advocating for LGBT rights in Botswana. LEGABIBO is in-country partner of the Bridging the Gaps programme.
Bridging the Gaps (2011-2015) has reached more than one million people with services in 16 countries. This publication provides an overview of some key results of the programme throughout the entire programme period.
This publication includes a selection of activities undertaken and achievements made during the first 28 months of the Bridging the Gaps programme. (September 2011-December 2013).
This publication summarizes the activities undertaken and the results achieved in the first sixteen months of the Bridging the Gaps programme (September 2011-December 2012).
Этапубликация дает обзор уроков обучения во время собрания Института попреодолению пробелов в 2018 году, которое состоялось в Бишкеке, Кыргызстан,26–28 марта 2018 года. Встреча была посвящена «созданию устойчивых движений». Внем приняли участие 29 ключевых представителей населения из стран, в которыхактивно работает система преодоления разрывов.
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Publikasiini memberikan ikhtisar pelajaran yang didapat selama pertemuan tahun 2018 dariBridging the Gaps Learning Institute, yang diadakan di Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 26- 28 Maret 2018. Pertemuan tersebut berfokus pada ‘membangun gerakan tangguh’.Ini menyatukan 29 anggota populasi kunci dari sepuluh negara di mana Bridgingthe Gap aktif.
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This publication gives an overview of lessons learnt during the 2018 gathering of the Bridging the Gaps Learning Institute, held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 26 – 28 March 2018. The meeting focused on ‘building resilient movements’. It brought together 29 key population members from ten countries in which Bridging the Gaps is active.
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During the first Learning Institute tips & tricks and personal stories were captured on the topic of community empowerment and meaningful involvement of key populations like; engaging young people, volunteer management and improving dialogue between service providers and communities. Click on the photo for the online version.
This report presents on operational research that details lessons learnt on collaboration within Bridging the Gaps. The research was conducted by the Centre for Social Science & Global Health at the University of Amsterdam.
This document describes good practices and lessons learnt from local partner organisations of Bridging the Gaps, regarding how they have engaged and reached out to underserved key populations.
This document provides lessons learnt of the Bridging the Gaps programme linked to the global strategy of the WHO on integrated and people-centred services for key populations.
This operational research report shows the outcomes of advocacy efforts to improve the accessibility of LGBTI people to health services in Costa Rica.
This study shows the crucial role of outreach workers and provides recommendations for improving outreach work to reach hidden populations more effectively.
This operational research in Vietnam examines the experiences of Vietnamese sex workers who participated in peer-led community based organisations (CBOs).
The operational research in Ukraine defines circumstances and effective interventions that contribute to reaching young people who use drugs as well as improving their adherence to HIV prevention efforts.
The operational research in Kenya identified good practices and lessons learnt related to reaching under-served key populations with STI/HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.
The people presented in this booklet have one thing in common: They are key in the global HIV response! We have collated the stories of our bloggers in this booklet ‘We are bridging the Gaps!’