Study - Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups in Ethiopia

Study - Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups in Ethiopia

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Effective social protection is vital to reducing the disadvantages and inequalities that make people vulnerable to HIV infection, enabling PLHIV to live healthily and adhere to treatment, and mitigating the impact of HIV and AIDS on households. The study shows that among the respondents, 37% receive no support whatsoever and 24% have support from one program. Ethiopia has still big steps to take to achieve UNAIDS goal 10 on social protection: 75% of people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV, who are in need, benefit from HIV-sensitive social protection. The Ethiopian government, UNAIDS and the ILO have taken an interest in the study. A fact sheet summarizing the findings and recommendations of the study is available as well.

Study - Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups in Ethiopia

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