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EHRN Submission to UN Women on violations of rights of women, who use drugs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

EHRN Submission to UN Women on violations of rights of women, who use drugs in Ukraine.

EHRN submission to UN Women on violations of rights of women, who use drugs in Russia.

Training materials

The training module is aimed to increase individual capacity and quality by building upon specific skills, in order to ensure that harm reduction services providers can comprehensively scale-up services being offered to women who use drugs.

In this document you will find an Open Letter to the Global Fund Board in advance of its Thirty-Second Meeting signed by 24 civil society organizations from around the world. This letter details our grave concerns about the impact of the allocation methodology applied to middle-income countries (MICs) or those transitioning to middle-income status, and the ultimate consequences on key affected populations.

Eurasian Harm Reduction Network, as an implementing partner of project “EuroHRN II”, has produced a project report according to workstream 2 of the project: “MODELS of COMMUNITY AND PEER-BASED OVERDOSE PREVENTION SERVICES: Scotland, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Estonia and Lithuania” and now is looking for a qualified translator to translate the project deliverable into Danish language.

EHRN Secretariat is announcing a tender for a consultant/s to develop Monitoring and Evaluation Database (the MED). Interested parties must submit their applications by email referenced under title Consultancy for MED development at apply[at]harm-reduction.org by Wednesday 10th of December 2014 6:00 pm EET.

EHRN, as an implementing partner of International Harm Reduction Association (IHRA) project “EuroHRN II: Supporting innovative measures to address the reduction of drug related harm in Europe” organized training on peer distribution of naloxone and generating video testimonials and their use in advocacy. Skills gained during the training were used in implementing national advocacy campaigns “I am the Evidence” on collecting and promoting video testimonials about personal experiences with naloxone in 6 EU countries: Denmark, Estonia, France, Italy, Lithuania and United Kingdom.

Report on the impact of the small grant programme implemented by Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) with financial support from the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) in 2013.

Меморандум о взаимопонимании, пописанный  21 октября 2014 г. мужду Восточноевропейским и Центральноазиатским Объединением Людей, живущих с ВИЧ (ВЦО ЛЖВ) и Евразийской сетью снижения вреда (ЕССВ), в рамках сотрудничества по разработке Концептуальной записки для ее предоставления в Глобальный фонд для борьбы со СПИДом, туберкулезом и малярией (ГФ) в рамках новой модели финансирования ГФ. 

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