Innovation from Link Up
07 March 2017
18 May 2018
On 17 May, on the orders of the minister of ethics, Ugandan police unlawfully stopped an LGBTI anti-discrimination event.
In Uganda, if you have children or not, being gay can get you killed. Four years ago, Matofu* and his son had to flee for their lives.
30 April 2018
Photos by people most affected by HIV speaking about their experience of discrimination and their right to access HIV and SRHR services.
REAct is a community-based system for recording and responding to human rights violations against key populations, and advocate for change.
09 April 2018
The Alliance and its partners are launching READY to Lead, an exciting young women’s leadership project in Zimbabwe, funded by Comic Relief.
23 March 2018
Progress in developing a new woman-controlled HIV prevention method are encouraging, but women need control and agency to be able to use it.
19 March 2018
Keeping CBO staff and others who implement HIV programmes for key populations safe and well is of the upmost importance.
Helps implementers of HIV programmes for key populations address safety and security challenges in their programme implementation.
The Alliance’s theory of change to end AIDS among people who use drugs guides the development of our harm reduction programmes and advocacy.
Phoebe Kanana’s story as told to Lucy. K. Maroncha
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