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One of the sad facts of HIV is that those who are most at risk for infection also face the most stigma and barriers to obtaining needed services. Female sex workers and men who have sex with men are among those groups who will benefit from this program. The goal of the project is, quite simply to improve the health and HIV outcomes of these groups.
UNAIDS has estimated that as much as 30 percent of newly infected people in Mozambique are female sex workers, their customers, or their regular partners, and a study of men who have sex with men in urban areas of Maputo showed approximately 8 percent HIV prevalence among this group, demonstrating the importance of ensuring members of key populations have access to care. At the launch, Ambassador Pittman had the opportunity to observe a demonstration of peer-to-peer education.
Stigma and discrimination is one of the major obstacles to ending the HIV epidemic in Mozambique. Our common goal along with the Government of Mozambique is ending stigma and discrimination and removing barriers to the access of services. The United States Government has also been working with MISAU to include humanized care and treatment of key populations in national protocols and guidelines for care, treatment and follow-up.
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