Stigma and discrimination, including internalized stigma, is a major barrier to accessing HIV prevention, care, treatment and support services in Zimbabwe. This is more pronounced in certain key population groups that include men who have sex with men (MSM), prisoners, sex workers and transgender men and women. Across the globe, the LGBTQI community faces the burden of high rates of new HIV infections, and restricted access to health services. PZAT has recently completed a landscape analysis of the situation LGBTQI community faces and has identified existing gaps with plans to develop programs to help reduce stigma and discrimination and increase access to services for the LGBTQI community. Further, PZAT is also a key partner in the Coalition for Effective Community Health and HIV Response, Leadership and Accountability (CECHLA) consortium. PZAT leads on developing and overseeing a monitoring and evaluation plan that ensures all consortium members and communities partners are implementing projects towards achieving outcomes in national policies, transparent funding allocations, reduced stigma and discrimination, and improved service delivery for people living with HIV, young people, sex workers and displaced populations.