In partnership with John Snow, Inc. (JSI), the Program on Global Health & Human Rights received a grant in October 2016 from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria to conduct baseline evaluations in a range of low-income countries for the Global Fund’s Program to Reduce Human Rights Barriers to HIV, TB and Malaria Services.
Recognizing that programs to remove human rights barriers are critical to ensure that health services can be accessed by those most affected by HIV, TB and malaria, the Global Fund is backing this initiative, which will seek to scale up programs to reduce human rights barriers to services for all three diseases, focusing on people made vulnerable by discrimination and criminalization.
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