AIDS and Mobility Europe (A and M)
As follow up to U-XF3025 - European Project AIDS and Mobility (A and M), set up 1991, and U-XG8809 - European Information Centre AIDS and Youth (EIC), set up 1992. Project terminated 2011.
Provide HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support to migrant and mobile communities across Europe; working with migrant communities, build capacity to reduce HIV/AIDS infection risk arising from the vulnerability of mobile and migrant populations; support community ownership, self-help and social entrepreneurship; advocate policy changes regarding issues such as access to treatment for asylum seekers and undocumented people.
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