MPact benefits from more than two decades of accumulated experience in rigorous community-based participatory and action research. MPact has leveraged this experience to build a substantial portfolio of original research, including several large-scale case studies on the social and structural impacts on the health and rights of men who have sex with men across more than 160 countries.
Using data from the 2012 Global Men’s Health and Rights Survey (2012 GMHR), this policy brief examines levels of access to basic HIV services among MSM in Sub-Saharan Africa, including the impact of stigma, violence, and connection to community. (Erratum)
This publication features a systematic analysis of the number, quality, and geographic coverage of abstracts on key populations at the 2012 International AIDS Conference (IAC).
April 2013 This policy brief examines housing, violence, and other HIV risk factors among young men who have sex with men (YMSM) globally using data from the 2012 Global Men’s Health and Rights survey (2012 GMHR).
This publication reports the main findings from the 2012 GHMR global online survey and regional focus groups conducted with MSM in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa.
“Missing Voices” features over 100 abstracts on gay men, other MSM, and transgender people that were rejected and therefore omitted from the 2012 International AIDS Conference, highlighting important new and previously unseen data from around the world.
Commissioned by the Global Fund, this report examines global investments in HIV programming for MSM and transgender people.
This report presents the results of the MSMGF’s 2010 Global Men’s Health and Rights survey, focused on prevention access, homophobia and knowledge of emerging technologies like PrEP.
This report details the MSMGF’s audit of all program content at the 2010 International AIDS Conference, revealing the percentage of conference sessions devoted to MSM, transgender people, sex workers and people who use drugs.
The WHO commissioned the MSMGF to conduct a series of interviews with MSM and transgender people around the world regarding experiences and perspectives on prevention and treatment for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. This report is based on open-ended interviews with respondents from 27 different countries throughout Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Latin America, North America and Western Europe.