Key programme outcomes since 2011


Since the start of the programme in 2011 more than 1.7 million sex workers, LGBT people and people who use drugs have accessed HIV prevention, treatment, care and other support services. These include training for health care providers, social and legal support, condom distribution, needle and syringe provision, residential drug treatment, outreach and peer support.

To improve the human rights situation for key populations, our partners act in different ways: They report on human rights violations, have policy meetings with governments, organise advocacy events, form key populations platforms or networks, and train advocates at the community level to name but a few.

 All activities share one common goal: achieving universal access to HIV/STI prevention, treatment, care and support for key populations.


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