Practical Guidance for Collaborative Interventions This tool is designed for use by public-health officials and managers of HIV and STI programs; NGOs, including community and civil-society organizations; and health workers. It may also be of interest to international funding agencies, health policy-makers and advocates. It is meant to cover implementation of interventions across the full HIV services continuum, including prevention, treatment, care and support interventions. Each chapter explicitly or implicitly addresses one or more of the 2011 Recommendations or 2014 Key Populations Consolidated Guidelines. Below you may find some chapters in an easy-to-read format. If you would like to get a hard copy by post, please contact us. You can also download the .pdf version of the tool. The slides used at the MSMIT training workshop are available here. MSMIT Training Manual ECOM has prepared and offers a Training Manual to introduce the MSM Implementation Toolkit “Implementing Comprehensive HIV and STI Programmes with Men Who Have Sex with Men” (MSMIT). MSMIT provides a detailed guidance on how to build programs to control the HIV epidemic among men who have sex with men (MSM). In is based on the WHO guidelines developed using scientific research data and best practices. Now MSMIT is the most up-to-date toolkit used by all international experts. The Training Manual developed by ECOM helps to prepare and hold a meeting (workshop) to present MSMIT to community activists, experts and public officials from municipal and government healthcare agencies and other professionals involved in health-related activities with MSM. The Manual allows presenting MSMIT in a consistent manner, part by part, or selecting the most relevant issues and discussing them in detail after presenting the general context of MSMIT.