Resources

WHO Monitoring Report

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Global Policy, Local Disconnects: A Look Into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines

The report examines the role of international advocacy in addressing HIV among key populations, including people living with HIV (PLHIV), people who inject drugs, sex workers, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. It details strategies used and outcomes achieved by ITPC and our other global network partners focused on key populations under the Bridging the Gaps programme.

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Missing the Target Reports

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Missing the Target 11

Missing the Target 11: Barriers to Accessing HIV Treatment from a Community Perspective: Experiences of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Uganda And Sex Workers in Kenya.

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Tools for Advocates

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Advocacy for Community Treatment (ACT) Toolkit

The ACT Toolkit facilitates community activists to become effective advocates for HIV treatment access. It includes a special focus on supporting key populations and ensuring everyone’s right to health is respected. Topics covered in the participatory Toolkit include: the science of HIV, the relationship between human rights and treatment, how trade impacts the availability of medicines, financing for health and community advocacy planning.

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2015-2017 Strategic Plan

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Community Activism for Sustained HIV Treatment Access

The new plan will guide our work over the next three years and outlines how we plan to increase access to sustainable treatment of HIV, TB and Hepatitis C through community activism.

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Videos

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Missing the Target 11 Documents Treatment Barriers

The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC)’s new report, Missing the Target 11: Barriers to Accessing HIV Treatment from a Community Perspective: Experiences of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Uganda And Sex Workers in Kenya, documents problems affecting access to treatment for people living with HIV in two communities in East Africa. Learn more in our short video.

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