UNDP is scaling-up our support to countries through “UNDP’s Climate Promise: Ambition, Acceleration and Mobilization.” UNDP will provide support to 100 countries to accelerate the enhancement of national climate pledges by 2020, building on our climate action portfolio in over 140 countries. And we are developing new ways of mobilizing all people to inform climate action.
We have been supporting countries since the very early stages of this crisis, having donated more than two million surgical masks and providing life supporting medical equipment such as x-ray machines, infrared thermometers, infusion pumps, protective suits, gloves and hand sanitizer.
UNDP partners with people at all levels of society to help build nations that can withstand crisis, and drive and sustain the kind of growth that improves the quality of life for everyone. UNDP in Asia and the Pacific delivers country and regional programmes in 36 countries through 25 UNDP Country Offices and the Bangkok Regional Hub to help empower lives and build resilient nations.
Legal and policy trends impacting people living with HIV and key populations in Asia and the Pacific 2014-2019
Legal and policy obstacles continue to undermine an effective HIV response among vulnerable populations, limiting access to prevention, testing, treatment and care services.
This report is the product of a desk review conducted by UNAIDS and UNDP in 2019. It describes the legal and policy developments from 2014 to 2019 in Asia and the Pacific. It gives the reader a better understanding of laws and policies that hinder an effective HIV response in Asia and the Pacific, and aims to provide the evidence that will lead to the reform of harmful laws and policies, the structural barriers essential to ending AIDS by 2030.
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