How national AIDS responses are failing in prevention efforts

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June 2011

The International HIV/AIDS Alliance (the Alliance) believes that all communities have the right to equal access to high quality prevention, treatment and care services. This includes communities who are most marginalised, such as sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people and people who inject drugs.

As world leaders prepare to meet in June at the 2011 UN General Assembly High Level Meeting on AIDS, the Alliance has released this campaign briefing which provides an analysis of how national AIDS responses are failing in their prevention efforts for key populations.

It includes:
1. an OVERVIEW of the data provided to the United Nations,
2. the RELEVANCE of key populations and targeted prevention programmes,
3. an ANALYSIS of country reports, and
4. recommended SOLUTIONS which are based on the Alliance's experience of supporting communities who are at higher risk of HIV infection for the last 17 years.

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