Mobility and stability — Advancing the health and rights of migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean

03 December 2019

Since 2014, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has been the source of a major migratory movement that has spread across Latin America and the Caribbean. Migrants face intersecting vulnerabilities to HIV and barriers to accessing health care that require interagency, cross-border responses. governments, civil society organizations and communities, supported by the UN Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and other United Nations agencies, are working within the country and across the region to address these vulnerabilities, realize migrants’ right to health and end the AIDS epidemic. Read other documents in the UNAIDS in Focus series