Tagged as: Harm reduction

How the HIV response is adapting in the face of COVID-19 09 Oct 2020

All over the world, community-based organisations are initiating innovations in HIV services to continue reaching people with what they need most, be...

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Transforming the HIV response 09 Oct 2020

How communities innovate to respond to COVID-19...

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Winning trust and supporting people who use drugs 30 Sep 2020

Shwe Zayar’s community-based approach to harm reduction in Myanmar....

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Making the case for prison reform in Myanmar 29 Sep 2020

PITCH partners in Southeast Asia are advocating for improved prison conditions as part of a more comprehensive HIV response....

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The road to change: reforming drug policies and shifting attitudes in Zimbabwe 26 Aug 2020

Despite no official data on people who use drugs in Zimbabwe, evidence suggests the population is significant and particularly vulnerable to HIV. Yet ...

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First responders: the peers providing psychological first aid for women who use drugs 30 Jul 2020

Responding to the rising levels of intimate partner violence experienced by women who use drugs in Kenya during COVID-19...

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Four reasons to end the silence on the war on drugs 26 Jun 2020

The war on drugs has wreaked havoc on millions of people across the world for half a century, but remains uncontested by all but a few. It has become ...

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The seven Myanmar villages supporting people who use drugs 28 May 2020

Insights from the first community-based harm reduction, treatment and care pilot to be recognised by the country’s Ministry of Health....

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Communities bridge the gap in both HIV and COVID-19 response 30 Apr 2020

Around the world, our partners and their community networks are going the extra mile to ensure critical health services are maintained during the COVI...

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