Data that make a difference: Strengthening data systems for key population-focused programs from the ground up

Webinar hosted by the LINKAGES project as part of the Key Populations: Evidence in action series. To access the audio recording of the webinar, please click here. On December 5th, the USAID- and PEPFAR-supported LINKAGES project hosted the eleventh webinar in a webinar series entitled Key Populations: Evidence in Action. This webinar explored the unique …

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Walking the walk: LINKAGES and EpiC’s active response to gender-based violence

Aubrey Weber, Research Utilization, FHI 360 Robyn Dayton, HIV Division, FHI 360 Josefina Rojas, CEPROSH, Dominican Republic Sopha Nith, LINKAGES Cambodia Dr. Sou Sanith, Battambang Provincial Health Department, Cambodia Maurice Wangu, EpiC/FHI 360 Kenya Today, the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence annual campaign begins. This global movement runs each year from International Day …

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Key Population Investment Fund supports West African regional trainings to accelerate achievement of the “first 95”

Written by Tiffany Lillie, Senior Technical Advisor, LINKAGES What is KPIF? PEPFAR, via USAID, is providing the Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) project Key Population Investment Funds (KPIF) to support a KP-led approach to accelerating progress toward the ambitious 95-95-95 goals in West Africa. The KPIF initiative is guided by PEPFAR 3.0 principles: …

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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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