The Global Fund has published this technical brief on guiding principles and best practices for HIV programming addressing sex workers and other key populations. The brief is based on 4 implementation tools for key populations, with the Sex Worker Implementation Tool (SWIT) offering normative guidance for programming aimed at sex workers.
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Technical Brief: Addressing Sex Workers, Men Who Have Sex With Men, Transgender People, People Who Use Drugs, and People in Prison and Other Closed Settings in the Context of the HIV Epidemic
This is the English version of the Note for Record of the November 2009 UNAIDS Advisory Group on HIV and Sex Work
This document details the events of the group meeting, including:
This list of discussion points was prepared for use during a meeting with Michel Sidibe, and include communication of general principles of collaboration as well as recommendations for the creation of an UNAIDS working group on HIV & sex work be created, that HIV prevention & care among sex workers be re-categorized away from the violence against women priority area, and that changes in how sex work is addressed be considered.
This letter was sent to Michel Sidibe to request a meeting to address concerns about the Guidance Note on HIV and Sex Work, as well as to build collaboration and address the need for a working group specifically for HIV and Sex Work.