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Monitoring Visits to Police in Kyrgyzstan

Each monitoring visit lasted for two days. The surveys tested the awareness of police chiefs about the basics of HIV prevention, harm reduction programmes, post-exposure prevention, gender violence, as well as the actions necessary in case of accident associated with the risk of HIV transmission.

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HIV React Project Partners Summarized 1 Year Results

USAID’s HIV React project works reduce HIV transmission in Tajikistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Kazakhstan among key populations in detention and post-detention settings. In the course of two years, the project aims to reach over 10 thousand prisoners in 16 prisons of the three countries, focusing specifically on people who live with HIV and people who use drugs.

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“Addiction is not a crime!” – The new national campaign launches in Georgia

Drug problem concerns almost all populations of the society. Drug users are perceived as criminals, but punishment doesn’t give any results – persons released from prison can’t be immediately freed from addiction. These persons are in need of treatment and support. At the same time, it appears that majority of the general population do not have sufficient information about these people, their needs and challenges.

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