“11 for ICAAP 11”: A Selection of Alliance India Posters at ICAAP (November 17-22, 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)

Alliance India is presenting a total of 31 posters at the 11th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP 11) in Bangkok, Thailand, 17-22 November 2013. To mark the 11th ICAAP, below are a selection of 11 of our posters displayed in Bangkok that detail our work supporting community-based programming for people living with HIV (PLHIV), men who have sex with men (MSM), transgenders, hijras, sex workers and people who inject drugs (PWID), all key priorities to addressing India’s complex epidemic.

Paving the Pathway: PLHIV community consultations enhance national care and support programme in India


Factors Influencing SRH Service Uptake by PLHIV: Findings from the Koshish baseline study in India  


An Emergent Crisis: Addressing the Hepatitis C Epidemic in People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) in India


By the Community, For the Community: Involving PWID in Assessment of Drug-using Patterns Assessments


Identifying Access Barriers for Transgenders Seeking Gender Transition Services in India


Community-led Advocacy to Address SRH Needs of PLHIV: Experience from the Koshish programme in India


Service without a Smile: Pehchan study of the friendliness of HIV services to sexual minorities in India


Positive Rights and Sexual Health: A review of SRH laws and policies for PLHIV in India


Tracking Organisational Development of Sexual Minority CBOs in India Using Pehchan’s ‘CBO CyclePoster_Page_10

Power in Our Hands: Increasing involvement by sexual minorities in HIV programme oversight in India 


Promoting Entrepreneurship among Sex Workers to Reduce HIV Vulnerability in Andhra Pradesh



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