Tools and guidance

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HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination

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More about IATT

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Who we are

The Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on HIV in Emergencies (HIV-E) is a group of international, and regional level agencies that seek to accelerate the global response to address HIV in the context of humanitarian emergencies. This interagency body is comprised of representatives of UN agencies, donors and non-governmental organizations. WFP and UNHCR are the co-conveners of the IATT on HIV in Emergencies, the main global platform to address this issue. Read more


The IATT has four strategic priorities

Respond to and recover from HIV

Strengthen the coordination, technical and operational capacity of national/regional and global level actors to integrate HIV into the preparation, response and recovery phases of emergencies.

Strengthen inter-cluster and multi-sector collaboration

Strengthen inter-cluster and multi-sector collaboration to ensure HIV-E is addressed as a cross-cutting theme.

Contributing to information management

Contribute to strengthening resource mobilisation, advocacy, information management and research.

Proposing solutions

Proposing solutions to address strategic and technical gaps.

Tools and Guidance, Collaboration, Activity and Case studies


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The Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on HIV in Emergencies (HIV-E) is a group of agencies working at global, regional and country level that seek to accelerate the global response to address HIV in the context of humanitarian emergencies. This interagency body is comprised of representatives of UN agencies, donors and non-governmental organizations.