Tagged as: People who use drugs

Out of harm’s way: How transforming drug policies will redefine harm reduction 25 Jun 2021

Years ago, when I was part of a team introducing harm reduction programming into a country where at that time it was a new concept, we described our w...

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Harm reduction in action 12 Apr 2021

HIV and the needs of people who use drugs....

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Urgent action needed on TB and HIV to curb impact of COVID-19 24 Mar 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic and its restrictive measures are negatively impacting the testing and treatment of millions of people living with TB and HIV co-...

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PITCH end term evaluation report 03 Mar 2021

A critical analysis of the PITCH programme’s contribution to evidence-based changes in relation to its theory of change....

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Building connections for drug law reform 26 Jan 2021

Rapid intervention and targeted advocacy halts a bill to enforce stronger sentences for drug-related offences in Nigeria. ...

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Advent of Change: the story behind the photo 27 Nov 2020

Behind every photo in our gallery is a story on sexual health, and these stories are stories of change....

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Ukraine elections make history 28 Oct 2020

History was made in Ukraine on Sunday, 25 October when candidates representing sex workers, the LGBT community and people who use drugs stood for loca...

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The story behind Uganda’s first opioid substitution treatment clinic 28 Oct 2020

In mid October, Uganda’s first opioid substitution treatment (OST) programme opened at Butabika hospital in Kampala. This represents a beacon of hop...

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Partnering with police to improve the lives of people who use drugs  28 Oct 2020

In Vietnam, the Centre for Supporting Community Development Initiatives (SCDI) is working closely with the police on a pilot scheme that is improving...

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