Around the world, IOM works towards addressing HIV/AIDS risks and vulnerabilities at all phases of the migration process, including at pre-departure, transit, destination and return or resettlement. IOMs global activities in the area of HIV/AIDS aim to decrease HIV/AIDS vulnerability and risk among MMPs by ensuring universal access to HIV diagnostics, prevention, treatment care and support as well as enhancing understanding on the complex interaction of HIV/AIDS and migration and countering myths and stigma towards migrants regarding HIV/AIDS.
- IOM Commitment to the Global Response countering HIV/AIDS
- What does IOM do?
- IOM’S Migration Health Programmes on HIV/AIDS
- Target population
- Key partnerships
- Key approaches
- Spaces of vulnerability
- Integration of HIV into primary healthcare, sexual and reproductive health strategies
- Regional responses to HIV and population and mobility