Medicins Sans Frontieres has a very important Project with Sex workers and men who have sex with men. Both of them have a higher risk of contracting HIV and less access to antiretroviral care due to stigma and discrimination as well as, in many instances, their illegal status and high mobility.
MSF believes that there is wide consensus amongst HIV policy makers and donors that most-at-risk groups should be a target for ambitious projects against HIV as they are key to putting the epidemic under control. But, for them, it’s not only a matter of promoting condom use, but also to increase still low coverage of antiretrovirals, as optimal treatment drastically reduces the risk of transmitting the virus to others. “How to do it?” remains an unanswered question.