Implementing an enhanced peer outreach approach to expand reach of HIV services among key populations

Written by Tiffany Lillie, Senior Technical Advisor, LINKAGES This blog post was first featured on FHI 360's R&E Search for Evidence blog. The USAID- and PEPFAR-supported LINKAGES project developed an enhanced peer outreach approach (EPOA) to expand the delivery of HIV prevention, testing and treatment services to key populations including female sex workers, men who have …

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Linking HIV-positive key population members to treatment: Burundi’s five secrets to success

Written by Aubrey Weber, Technical Officer, FHI 360; Tiffany Lillie, Senior Technical Advisor, LINKAGES; Dorica Boyee, Technical Advisor, LINKAGES; & Dismas Gashobotse, Project Manager, LINKAGES Burundi The USAID- and PEPFAR-supported LINKAGES project first started working in Burundi in August 2016 to reduce HIV transmission among key populations — sex workers, men who have sex with …

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Those who are not seen are not heard

Written by Gus Cairns, Editor, Aidsmap This blog post was first featured on Aidsmap.   “What is not measured is not managed,” business guru Peter Drucker said. That axiom applies with force to the Key Affected Populations (KPs) in the HIV pandemic. We cannot devise evidence-based HIV programmes for populations of men who have sex …

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