People living with HIV and key populations most at risk of HIV have the right to social protection, including in the context of COVID-19. The Global AIDS Strategy 2021-2026 calls on countries to establish social protection schemes that support wellness, livelihood, and enabling environments for people living with, at risk of, or affected by HIV to reduce inequalities and allow them to live and thrive.
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Dear Colleagues, thank you! Our SparkBlue consultation has come to an end. You have been very generous with your time and expertise and have provided helpful insights from various regions and various perspectives. Your input comes to show that social protection for people living with HIV and key populations is instrumental for delivering on the Agenda 2030 pledge to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 while leaving no one behind. Your input will feed into the Global Dialogue on 18-19 May, which will result in developing a checklist with concrete recommendations and proposed actions for various stakeholders to inform future policy and programme work.
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Once again many thanks for your participation and contributions.