HIV, AIDS & Sexual Health

On how countries are fulfilling commitments to LGBT people in the response to HIV, AIDS & Sexual Health and Rights.


Order by : Name | Date | Hits [ Ascendant ]

Lessons learned Lessons learned

Date added: 09/07/2012
Date modified: 09/07/2012
Filesize: Unknown
Downloads: 1354
LL_fotoLessons learned is a wiki where you can find detailed documents about NGO's working with the aim to increase awareness about Hiv/Aids and reduce the risk of HIV transmission among LGBT communities in Latin America and Africa.


Date added: 10/12/2017
Date modified: 10/12/2017
Filesize: 456.08 kB
Downloads: 830

health agenda

2017, 48 pages

A new 2017 publication illustrates how Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, Ensure Healthy Lives and Promote Well-Being for All at All Ages, is relevant to the specific health needs of LGBTI people. The paper highlights existing data pertinent to the health and well-being of LGBTI people across seven targets within this Goal, as well as relevant data gaps. The paper then makes a series of recommendations regarding what type of data and indicators Member States should report in order to effectively monitor progress on LGBTI health needs and ensure implementation of SDG 3 is truly universal and in line with the SDGs principle of “leave no one behind.”

Achieveing an AIDS-free generation for gay men in Southern Africa Achieveing an AIDS-free generation for gay men in Southern Africa

Date added: 06/04/2013
Date modified: 06/06/2013
Filesize: 2.2 MB
Downloads: 1149

MSM report Southern AfricaMay 2013, 80 pages

New report documents widespread neglect by governments and donors: Underfinancing, discrimination, and stigma undermine fight against HIV among gay men, other men who have sex with men, and transgender people.

The report focuses on Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Where programs for GMT (gay men, other men who have sex with men, and transgender individuals) exist in Southern Africa, they attempt to address the urgent needs of the population living in the region. However, there are too few programs that have a transformative effect on the epidemic overall. Funding by donors and national governments is not sufficient to achieve real public health impact or evaluate outcomes. Attention must shift from global and national strategy documents to actual implementation—developing robust, achievable indicators for programs serving GMT, and building the evidence base around high-impact interventions.

Being strategic on HIV requires greater attention to implementing programs for GMT and other key populations in Southern Africa. An AIDS-free generation will never be achieved without Southern Africa and Southern Africa cannot achieve an AIDS-free generation without greater attention to the needs of GMT.

LGBTnet is developed by LGBT Denmark and The Danish Family Planning Association, Danish Refugee Council & Sabaah • Contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.