Making Harm reduction work for women: the Ukraine experience, OSI, 2010

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OSI. Making Harm reduction work for women: the Ukraine experience. (2010).

In response to the existing gap in harm reduction services for women who use drugs, the Open Society International Harm Reduction Development Program, with the support of the Canadian International Development Agency, gave grants to six Ukrainian harm reduction organizations to implement gender-responsive services. Rather than developing new, separate programs for women, the grants were designed to build on the existing work of the organizations.

This report documents the experiences of the six programs, and offers recommendations for developing an effective system of care for women who use drugs.

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