Key populations, identified by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) as female sex workers, men who have sex with men, and injecting drug users, are disproportionately affected by HIV. Yet they also have the least access to prevention, care, and treatment services because their behaviors are often stigmatized, and even criminalized. SOAR is testing innovative strategies for identifying, describing, and meeting the HIV-related needs of these vulnerable communities.
- Assessing HIV-related Outcomes, Cost, and Misclassification Rates among Key Populations Accessing Community-based Test and Start Services in Nigeria
- Assessment of a Community-based HIV Treatment Service Delivery Model on Linkages to and Retention in HIV Care among Female Sex Workers in Tanzania
- Assessment of the Implementation of the Treat-all Guidelines (Test and Start) in Namibia
- Family Planning among Female Sex Workers Living with HIV in Tanzania
- Optimizing Implementation of Universal HIV Treatment Coverage for People Living with HIV in Senegal
- Strengthening Capacity for Assessment of HIV-related Data Needs among Key Populations to Inform Evidence-based Responses
- Updating the People Living with HIV Stigma Index