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Stigma, discrimination, and ignorance among health care providers are a barrier to key populations (KPs) accessing HIV services, even when available. In 2015, the USAID-funded LINKAGES project developed a training manual to build the capacity of health care workers to provide quality, respectful HIV services to sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people, and people who inject drugs with a focus on the top ten clinical standards of care. Participants learn about the top ten standards of clinical care for KPs and the importance of a KP-friendly clinic environment.

11:00
FRWS0201
Welcome and overview: why focus on key populations?
Chris Akolo, FHI 360, United States
11:10
FRWS0202
Barriers to key populations accessing services
Kate Stratten, IntraHealth International, United States
Slides
11:20
FRWS0203
Present top 10 clinical standards of care for key populations
Chris Akolo, FHI 360, United States
11:30
FRWS0204
Group work: clinical standards of care per key population and discussion
11:40
FRWS0205
Introduction to gender based volence group exercise: in her shoes and debrief
Robyn Dayton, FHI 360, United States
11:50
FRWS0206
Closing remarks
Chris Akolo, FHI 360, United States