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This toolkit aims to provide interpersonal communication methods to help key population communities identify and address barriers to putting HIV prevention messages into practice in their own lives and within their own contexts. This toolkit was developed by PATH for nongovernmental and community-based organizations and for government health care providers working with key populations on targeted interventions. The methods can also be adapted for use by organizations working on HIV care, support, and treatment.

Corporate author(s): PATH

Publication date: 2008

Available materials

English

Interpersonal Communication for Action on HIV (InterAct IPC)

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Region: Asia

See also:

Reproductive healthSexually transmitted infections

Emerging and epidemic diseasesHIV and AIDS

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Contact: PATH Publications
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