This publication is the work of each of the Asia-Pacific Key Population and HIV/AIDS Community Networks. The publication calls on Asia-Pacific governments and development partners to: commit to funding the HIV response to be sufficient and sustainable; support interventions based on human rights and evidence; remove punitive laws and other legal barriers that impede an effective HIV response; combat stigma and discrimination; and, support communities to play a leading role in policy and programme design, service delivery and advocacy.
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August 8, 2016
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