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Case Study

In the Dominican Republic, two nongovernmental organizations offer comprehensive, integrated HIV and other health services that serve the special n

Although many in Ecuador do not recognize the link between gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV, the Ministry of Public Health has made an effort to

Although transgender individuals are a highly vulnerable segment of El Salvador's population, the national political climate has only recently begu

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

The influence of religious groups in parts of Latin America positions them to target most-at-risk populations (MARPs) who may have been overlooked

This case study details Guyana's process for revision of their national HIV treatment guidelines, based on

In Nicaragua, HIV prevention for "sexually diverse" populations, including men who have sex with men (MSM), is made significantly more difficult by

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

Promising Practice

The Increase and Expand HIV Testing Options Program, or Quero Fazer as it is socially known, focuses on increasing HIV testing

The donor-sponsored ICAS voucher scheme in Nicaragua is an example of effectively employing output-based aid. The voucher prog

Programa H stimulates young men to question traditional "norms" associated with masculinity and promotes both discussion and r

Issue Brief

Mayans and other indigenous groups comprise a significant portion of the population in Guatemala, yet they face many disadvantages to health and we

Technical Consultation Material

October 2013, Guatemala- On October 10-11, 2013, the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)--including the Office of the G

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

La “Consulta Técnica Regional sobre el Tratamiento Antirretroviral para Latino America y el Caribe” se realizó en Santo Domingo, República Dominica

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

Report

En base a los hallazgos y recomendaciones del diagnostico realizado por el proyecto AIDSTAR-One con mujeres trans y proveedores de salud en cuatro

The United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Caribbean Regional Program seeks to help countries achieve sustainable and ep

AIDSTAR-One, en colaboración con el Centro de Investigación y Estudios de la Salud (CIES), la Red Trans de Nicaragua, Asociación Nicaragüense de

Para conocer mejor a la población trans de Panamá y sus necesidades de salud, así como los factores que les impiden acceder a una adecuada atención

Para conocer mejor a la población trans de Guatemala y sus necesidades de salud, así como los factores que les impiden acceder a una adecuada atenc

Para conocer mejor a la población trans de El Salvador y sus necesidades de salud, así como los factores que les impiden acceder a una adecuada ate

Technical Brief

Although only 4 of the 12 Anglophone Caribbean countries publicly collect HIV prevalence data among men who have sex with men (MSM), in Jamaica,

While gender, poverty, and gender-based violence alone do not define HIV risk, they increase women’s vulnerability. Gender-responsive economic em

Gender inequity is a fundamental driver in the HIV epidemic, and integrating strategies to address gender inequity and change harmful gender no

Health Policy Initiative Document

Describes a proposal-writing workshop for HIV NGOs in Mexico.

Describes how NGOs in Chiapas halted passage of a law criminalizing HIV transmission.

The HPI piloted HIV clinic-based screening for violence and other forms of S&D against MSM and TG in select sites in Mexico and Thailand.

This brief summarizes the key findings from an assessment conducted by HPI TO1 of Guatemala's HIV/AIDS program.