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The workshop on 4-5 February was set to address the following goals: • To develop understanding of the requirements of the Global Fund and EHRN to financial and program accountability; • To analyze reporting difficulties to reduce the number of errors in the financial and programmatic reports; • To develop the understanding of how the collected data can be used to evaluate effectiveness, to make reprogramming, and to implement advocacy.

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The training on monitoring and evaluation of advocacy projects and community mobilization projects (5-6 August 2014; Vilnius). Presentations and other material on such topics as advocacy monitoring, advocacy evaluation, baseline assessment

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S&T Experts roster 2017 EHRN

Campaign materials

Budget advocacy poster budget cycle.

Reports

This report describes the results of a community-led assessment of HIV programs, including access to commodities and services for people living with HIV (PLHIV), people who use drugs (PWUD), gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM), and transgender people (trans*). This assessment was undertaken as part of a Regional Program Money Can Buy Health If You Budget For It supported by the Robert Carr civil society Networks Foundation (RCNF), implemented by the Regional Eurasian Consortium in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The assessment was conducted in three countries: Estonia, Armenia and the Kyrgyz Republic from June to August 2016. The assessment was conducted according to the methodology: for gay men, MSM and trans* people (in Rus), for PLHIV (in Rus),  for PWUD (in Rus).

Reports

The current document provides information about a small-scale focused study conducted in Georgia in the framework of Community, Rights & Gender Technical Assistance (CRG TA) Program supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund). 

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Form for initiative group​​

Presentations

Presentations of the Third Day of the Regional Conference "HARM REDUCTION IN THE NEW ENVIRONMENT" – "HARM REDUCTION AS A PATHWAY TO EFFECTIVE AND HUMANE DRUG POLICY".

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