National Strategic Plans (NSP)
LGBTIQ people and sex workers have interests, concerns, and needs that go beyond HIV. HIV programming, funding, and policy, however, remain significant to the broader SRH-R discourse. National Strategic Plans for HIV and AIDS Response can often be, effectively, a catalyst to recognition of otherwise denied sexual and gender minorities and illegitimate sex work. They are a mechanism for allocating resources for programme, policy, technical and law reform. They are an opportunity to institutionalise better programme coordination, collaboration, integration, and to broaden the definitions of sex and gender and rights to be more fully inclusive.