Stigma, Discrimination and Gender-Based Violence in the COVID-19 pandemic: Young key populations in Asia and the Pacific
What really goes on behind closed doors? Gender-based violence in the time of COVID-19 is on the rise. This blog explores some of the findings outlined in the YKP-COVID-19 regional survey.
Socio-Economic Impact and Social Protection for Young Key Populations and Young People Living with HIV in time of COVID-19
Unemployment. Social protection. How are young key populations and young people living with HIV surviving through COVID-19 and what are some of these challenges?
Indonesia National YKP Survey
Inti Muda, the Indonesian young key population network, and UNAIDS conducted a survey to assess the needs of young key populations and young people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Indonesia. What are the findings?
HIV: Impact on Mental Health & Quality of Life in the time of COVID-19
The IATT on YKP released the second set of findings as part of the survey assessing the needs and ability of YKPs to access information, treatment and other HIV services during COVID-19. What is the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health and quality of life of YKPs and YPLHIV in Asia and the Pacific?
Preliminary Findings of the Regional YKP COVID-19 Survey
The preliminary results of the survey launched by the Interagency Task Team (IATT) on young key populations (YKPs) in Asia and the Pacific to assess the needs and ability of young key populations in accessing information, medication and other HIV services during COVID-19 show that the pandemic is having a significant negative socio-economic impact on young key populations and young people living with HIV.