Community Led Reports
- Treatment Access for Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) Living with HIV in Asia
APN+ ‘s report providing clear evidence of the enormous gaps that persist in accessing essential treatment by PLHIV, and the plight of those without any linkages to a PLHIV support system. It also includes 12 recommendations to provide strategic directions for both policy and program development to achieve Universal Access.
- Nobody left behind
MdM and INPUD’s policy brief developed to stress the importance of integrating people who inject drugs into HCV treatment programs.
- HEPATITIS C TREATMENT: Price, Profits, and Barriers to Access_2013
Open Society Foundations’s 2013 report on the price, profit and barriers to access of Hepatitis C treatment and highlighting how civil society groups and patient advocates have been crucial in strengthening political will to treat hepatitis C in Egypt, Thailand, Georgia and Ukraine by demanding action from governments, helping to expose pharmaceutical companies’ pricing policies, and calling for lower prices.
- HCV Treatment Access Meeting – July 24th– IAC –2012 – Washington DC
Notes on the IAC Washington Meeting that was held to build an international activist alliance to collectively advocate for access to affordable HCV diagnostics, treatment and care globally on 24th Jul, 2012.
- Barriers to Hepatitis C Diagnosis, Management and treatment among people who inject drugs in 4 Asian countries – A community led study in India, Indonesia, Malaysia & Nepal_2011
ANPUD’s final report on HCV study to investigate and document the barriers to diagnosis, management and treatment of HCV amongst PWID. Four countries were chosen for the pilot study: India,Indonesia, Nepal and Malaysia, as being representative of these wide and varied regions. ANPUD’s regional hepatitis C advocacy strategy was based on this report developed in 2011.
- National Consultation on HIV and HCV Treatment Access Issues, NEW DELHI, INDIA_Oct 2011
ITPC India’s 2 days’ consultation report which was held with PLHIV, PWID, treatment activists, clinical experts treating HIV and HCV, and government representatives among others from across India to discuss on HIV and HCV Treatment Access Issues in New Delhi (19-20 October 2011).
- HIV/HCV Co-infection: Planning The Way Forward 1st South and Southeast Asia Regional Community Meeting_Jun 2010
Final report of the meeting organized in Bangkok by 7 Sisters, APN+, ANPUD, MSF, World AIDS Campaign, Thai AIDS Treatment Action Group (TTAG). The meeting aimed to gather information about issues related to HCV/ HIV co-infection at country level to be used to develop a proper program planning and then produce a Regional policy paper by the end of the meeting. It also obtained information on how regional organizations can support country level advocacy efforts during 22-23 Jun, 2010.