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Bridging The Gaps concluded : Part 1

After almost ten years, Bridging the Gaps concludes activities at December 31st, 2020.

From 2011 until 2020, collectively we made significant contributions towards a world where sex workers, people who use drugs and LGBT people can enjoy their human rights and access quality HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.

Who is Bridging The Gaps?

Bridging The Gaps is an alliance of nine international organisations and networks and more than 80 local and regional organisations in 15 countries, working towards the end of AIDS among key populations

Bridging the Gaps works towards achieving universal access to HIV/STI prevention, treatment, care and support for sex workers, people who use drugs and LGBT people – including those living with HIV – in order to contribute to the end of the AIDS epidemic among key populations

As a part of international network of Bridging The Gap, Yayasan Peduli Hati Bangsa, will also end this partnership

Bridging the Gaps concludes, but the work is not done yet. In 2016, the global community agreed to work together to end AIDS by 2030. The UNAIDS Fast-Track strategy recognised that investing in programming for key population communities is central to achieving this ambitious goal. However, key populations continue to bear the brunt of the epidemic, and funding for the key population HIV response falls far short.

And Yayasan Peduli Hati Bangsa will be part of this UNAIDS Fast-Track Strategy.

To those people in Bridging The Gaps, we salute you.

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