HIV and Development

  • Outcome Evaluation of UNDP India’s HIV and Development Programme

    The Outcome Evaluation assesses outcomes, outputs and impact of UNDP’s development assistance in HIV and Development as articulated by the Country Programme Action Plan and the Country Programme Document for India (2007-2012).

  • Project Prahari : Hiv/Aids Prevention and Care among India’s Bordermen

    A pilot initiative which aims to develop mechanisms, tools and strategies to reduce HIV/AIDS vulnerabilities and enhance prevention and care among Border Security Force units, especially amongst young recruits.

  • Push to Open : An Appraisal of Sex Workers Access to Basic Services

    The study details the multi-dimensional needs of sex workers and documents their experiences in accessing basic services such as ration cards, below poverty line cards, health cards, birth certificates, voters’ identification cards, and access to schools, public health facilities, bank accounts, etc.

  • Reading on Safe Mobility and HIV : Volume 1

    The HIV response in India has been remarkable in both its content and its speed. The response has been able to galvanize a variety of stakeholders into different degrees of action. However, it has to be said that for the most part the virus is winning. In India, the HIV fraternity is ready to shift to a higher gear; ready to take all its good ideas and experiences to the last mile - to reach every citizen’s backyard in the most appropriate, efficient and sustained manner

  • Readings on Safe Mobility and HIV : Volume II

    The document highlights the links between migration, gender dimensions of migration, development and the Millennium Development Goals framework. It discusses in detail how levels of development affect migration decisions and how migration impacts the levels of development.gender and migration.


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.