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Stop AIDS commends the UK Department for International Development on its commitments to address HIV among key populations in developing countries, and reviews areas where DFID should take further action.
In an era of limited resources, HIV prevention, care, and treatment efforts need to focus on the smartest investments.This means investing in programmes that can have the greatest impact in halting HIV transmission and turning back the epidemic.
This report provides a summary of what was discussed this year, and attempts to provide some analysis of the key interconnected discussions, debates, emerging issues of concern and recurring themes at the CND.
While the insurgency steals the headlines, a separate and growing problem remains "under the radar" in Thailand's South; the number of injecting drug users (IDU) is on the rise and their rights and quality of life are being eroded.
This report gives feedback about a mission led in Ukraine to assess the situation concerning opioid substitution treatment, and providing assistance in developing an emergency plan aimed at supporting the continuation of SMT in times of crisis.
This document develops core arguments for why people who inject drugs should be included in national treatment guidelines and programmes for chronic HCV infection – from both public health and human rights perspectives.