Stigma undermines all aspects of a comprehensive HIV response, as reflected in recent global initiatives for stigma-reduction. Yet a commensurate response to systematically tackle stigma within country responses has not yet occurred, which may be due to the lack of sufficient evidence documenting evaluated stigma-reduction interventions. With stigma present in all life spheres, health facilities offer a logical starting point for developing and expanding stigma reduction interventions. This study evaluates the impact of a “total facility” stigma-reduction intervention on the drivers and manifestations of stigma and discrimination among health facility staff in Ghana.
Nyblade, L., N.A. Addo, K. Atuahene, N. Alsoufi, E. Gyamera, et al. 2020. "Results from a difference‐in‐differences evaluation of health facility HIV and key population stigma‐reduction interventions in Ghana." JIAS. https://doi.org/10.1002/jia2.2548
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