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Case Study

The Samastha Project aimed to provide a comprehensive program of networked HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services for most-at-risk po

In India, most new HIV infections are concentrated in specific groups within the population and in certain areas of the country. To effectively r

Gender inequality is a major contributor to men who have sex with men's (MSM) vulnerability to HIV. Understanding the gender dynamics of MSM, as we

Together, a support network plus access to legal and psychological support are essential components of HIV programming for most-at-risk populations

In Peru, where cultural norms emphasize women's subordination and the importance of masculinity, programs with a focus on gender—particularly those

Integrating strategies to address gender inequity and change harmful gender norms is an increasingly important component of HIV programs. Howev

Programs focused on promoting gender equity and combating detrimental gender norms play a key role in HIV prevention. This case study (one of nine

Successful outreach to most-at-risk populations (MARPs) recognizes the sociocultural context and particularly the gendered norms in which MARPs liv

Integrating strategies to address gender inequity and change harmful gender norms is an increasingly important component of HIV programs, including

Along the U.S.-Mexico border, a growing HIV epidemic fueled largely by commercial sex and injecting drug use threatens both countries. Working in a

AIDSTAR-One's first case study in the Promising Approaches to Combination Prevention series examines the efforts of the Alliance-Ukraine to reach m

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Structural approaches reduce an individual’s vulnerability to HIV by creating the conditions in which people can adopt safer behaviors. For example

Men who have sex with men (MSM) can be difficult to reach with HIV prevention messages and services, since many are secretive about their sexual ac

Combination prevention is based on the idea that there is an optimal mix of interventions that will provide the greatest impact. Combination approa

Drug use is a major factor in the spread of HIV infection in many settings. Sharing equipment used for injecting drugs transmits HIV, and drug us

Due to the complexity of HIV prevention, both programmatic and policy-related interven

Technical Consultation Material

September 2012, Guatemala -

March 2011, Caribbean - This summit provided a forum for participants to discuss HIV programming for most-at-risk populations and other vu

December 2009, Guatemala - The purpose of the meeting was to share evidence and program experiences to inform policies, develop effective

February 2009, India - This meeting centered on a discussion of essential program dimensions that must be part of any effort to reach MARP

Report

While there is emerging literature on the gender-related needs of MARPs, how programs are addressing these needs or integrating gender strategies i