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Achieving the 90-90-90 goals set by UNAIDS requires that key populations (KP) shouldering disproportionate HIV burden flow efficiently through the entire cascade of HIV prevention, care and treatment services. However, laws that criminalize KPs and the stigma, violence, and fear of arrest they experience as a result hinder access to services and contribute to serious “leaks” in the cascade. In such hostile environments, services delivered by KP-led organizations and community members hold promise as safe and effective ways to engage and retain KPs in the HIV cascade. This session will explore how KP community members are taking the lead in delivering HIV services they want and need. Speakers from KP constituencies – sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people, and people who inject drugs – will discuss the strengths and challenges of KP-led service delivery approaches and share how these approaches are being scaled up in different regions.

10:15
MOSA1201
HIV, key populations, and the law: Working towards the 90-90-90 goals in hostile legal environments
Amitrajit Saha, UNDP, Ethiopia
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10:25
MOSA1202
Key population-led service delivery in the real world: glimpses from across the globe
Edo Agustian, Persaudaraan Korban Napza Indonesia, Indonesia
Maryanne Wangui, Laikipia Peer Educators, Kenya
Joanne Keatley, University of California, San Francisco, United States
Steeve Laguerre, FHI 360/LINKAGES, Haiti
Johan Hugo, South Africa
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11:25
MOSA1203
Closing Remarks
Jennifer Butler, UNFPA, Turkey