Since 1 April 2014 the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) has been implementing the three-year Regional Program ‘Harm Reduction Works – Fund It!’, which receives financial support from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund). The goal of the Regional Program is to strengthen advocacy by civil society, including people who use drugs (PWUD), for sufficient, strategic and sustainable investments in harm reduction as HIV prevention in the region of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. An Oversight Committee (OC) established by the EHRN Steering Committee in 2014 oversees implementation of the Regional Program, including the use of financial resources, and provides recommendations for problem-solving and improving implementation. In February 2015 the second set of oversight visits was held to countries participating in the Regional Program: Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Tajikistan. This report highlights the main conclusions and results of these visits.
Activist Strategies for Increasing Access to HCV Treatment in Low- and Middle-Income Countries presents a number of key strategies through real-world case studies and shows how strategies used to combat the AIDS epidemic can be—and have been—adapted to increase HCV treatment access.
The Call for Proposals is issued within the Regional Program “Harm Reduction Works – Fund It!” (Regional Program) implemented by Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) with the support of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. This Call for Proposals aims to select up to 2 organizations and /or groups of PWUD to complete the Lithuanian country team next to Coalition “I Can Live”. The Call for Proposals is issued only for Lithuania. The terms of the call are outlined in more detail in the Call for Proposals. There are 2 types of application forms – for legally registered organizations and non-registered initiative groups of PWUD. The applications are due by end of 26 April 2015 and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. All questions related to the application process should be directed to email@example.com.
This document is prepared in frames of regional campaign WOMEN AGAINST VIOLENCE. It presents results of police violence mapping in Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan results in January-February, 2015.
The International Journal of Drug Policyprovides a forum for the dissemination of current research, reviews, debate, and critical analysis on drug use and drug policy in a global context. It seeks to publish material on the social, political, legal, and health contexts of psychoactive substance use, both licit and illicit. The journal is particularly concerned to explore the effects of drug policy and practice on drug-using behaviour and its health and social consequences. It is the policy of the journal to represent a wide range of material on drug-related matters from around the world.
Women Against Violence report on results of the first year of the campaign
On 1 April 2014 EHRN launched the Regional Program “Harm Reduction Works – Fund It!”. This three-year (2014 – 2016) Program is funded by the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund), and it has many elements, among which the Advocacy Campaign takes the lead role. Both the Regional Program and Advocacy Campaign have their visual identity which includes the following branding elements: Styleguide Selection of logos ( for Program and Campaign) Letterhead Templates Presentation Templates Report Cover Templates
The report presents results of national round tables which took plake within the campaign "Women against Violence" in the period of 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence, from November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to December 10, the Human Rights Day.
Using available data, Undermining the Global Fight examines the impact the Global Fund’s withdrawl from middle-income countries may have on key populations, and highlights the need for increased funding of human rights–related programs. This report is a resource for advocates working to assess the impact of the New Funding Model and to help shape the next five-year strategy.
This document is prepared in frames of regional campaign WOMEN AGAINST VIOLENCE. It presents results of police violence mapping in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan results in November-December, 2014.