UNDP, in partnership with ILO, welcomes you to the online consultation on social protection for people living with HIV and key populations most at risk of HIV.
Please join the discussion below and help answer the following questions:
- What are the needs and challenges experienced by people living with HIV and key populations and social protection, including in the context of COVID-19?
- What are the good practices and lessons learned and opportunities for future action in your country and region in incorporating social protection in national HIV responses and in making social protection schemes HIV and key populations – sensitive?
- What do you consider to be a top priority to be included in the upcoming Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS on the need to - and the opportunities to - scale up social protection for people living with HIV and key populations?
We are inviting representatives of people living with HIV, key populations, relevant government authorities, such as ministries of health, labour, social protection and finance, multilateral organizations such as ILO, WHO, the UNAIDS Secretariat, the World Bank, and funding mechanisms and donors such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (Global Fund), the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), as well as the private sector and academics.
The specific concerns, proposals, good practices, lessons learnt, and targeted recommendations outlined during the consultation will feed into a Global Dialogue, "Connecting the Dots on Social Protection for People Living with HIV and Key Populations Most At Risk of HIV" - and comprehensive document.
The two-day Global Dialogue will take place on 18-19 May 2021 starting at 8 AM Eastern Standard Time. More information here.