This report documents the methods and findings of this work, focusing on the impacts of COVID-19 on healthcare and human rights from the perspectives of people living with HIV and on their urgent advocacy priorities for health and human rights in the era of the COVID-19
pandemic. The report contributes to global evidence about the power of
community-led monitoring to strengthen evidence based advocacy for health and human rights by people living with HIV and their organizations.
This document describes a pioneering rapid assessment by people living with HIV of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on people in four countries: Indonesia, Uganda, Ukraine and Vietnam.
From October 2020 to February 2021, the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) partnered with four community-based organizations to rapidly document and assess impacts of COVID-19
on health and human rights among people living with HIV and key populations.
The implementing organizations were Yayasan Peduli Hati Bangsa in Indonesia, the National Forum of People Living with HIV and AIDS Network in Uganda (NAFOPHANU), 100% Life in Ukraine (formerly known as the All-Ukrainian Network of PLHIV), and the Vietnam National Network of People Living with HIV (VNP+).