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© Scott Wallace/World Bank Latin America and the Caribbean América Latina y el Caribe In Latin America & the Caribbean, HIV prevention for sexually diverse populations, including transgender populations and men who have sex with men (MSM), is made significantly more difficult by societal norms that stigmatize same-sex sexual activity and favor conformity to strict gender roles. AIDSTAR-One has been exploring the factors that increase the vulnerability of these key populations; their health care needs; the availability of prevention, care, and support services, and the barriers that prevent access to these services. RESOURCES IN ENGLISH Case Study—HIV Prevention on the U.S.-Mexico Border: Working in an often dangerous climate, two Mexican nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) provide most-at-risk populations in Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez with HIV prevention services that use a combination of approaches. NOVEMBER 2013 This publication was made possible through the support of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the U.S. Agency for International Development under contract number GHH-I-00-07-00059-00, AIDS Support and Technical Assistance Resources (AIDSTAR-One) Project, Sector I, Task Order 1.

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