HIV and Development

  • Mainstreaming and Partnerships: A Multi-sectoral Approach to Strengthen HIV/AIDS Response in India

    The report highlights the significance of a multi-sectoral response and partnerships to mitigate the impact of the HIV epidemic. In addition, it outlines the experiences of mainstreaming HIV across government, private and civil sectors at the national, state and district levels.

  • Migration Gone Wrong : Linkages between Trafficking and HIV

    This study describes the linkages between trafficking and HIV have to be increasing addressed within the complex framework of unsafe migration. Internal migration is a growing phenomenon in India, in need of policy and legal frameworks that support the rights of internal migrants in order to make their journey safe.

  • Migration and HIV in India: Study of Select Districts

    The report presents results of a study undertaken by the Population Council with support from UNDP and National AIDS Control Organisation that examines the role of migration in the spread of HIV in districts with high out-migration in India.

  • Missing Pieces : HIV Related Needs of Sexual Minorities in India

    The report highlights recommendations made during a two-day consultation on effective implementation of targeted interventions for sexual minorities. The recommendations were made to UNDP by representatives of sexual minorities, donors, government functionaries, NACO, State AIDS Control Societies and programme planners.

  • Not Her Real Name : Reporting Trafficking in Persons

    Media play an important role in the prevention and control of trafficking and HIV by disseminating information to key stakeholders and people at large. This publication promotes good practices and aims to favourably impact coverage of the many issues that surround trafficking and HIV. It also intends to demystify the subject, set out a roadmap for the media and provide fresh inputs to them on reporting.


UNDP India supports government’s efforts to reduce HIV/AIDS amongst vulnerable groups and uphold the rights of the marginalised, including sexual minorities and people living with HIV. We also work to address socio-economic, cultural conditions and norms that influence the drivers of the HIV epidemic.