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AIDS Action Europe brings together civil society to work towards a more effective response to the HIV epidemic in Europe and Central Asia.

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Call for Tenders - Consultant on Harm Reduction Services for ChemSex Users

AIDS Action Europe is currently looking for a Consultant on Harm Reduction Services for ChemSex Users.  The consultant will be responsible to develop a Training Manual for Harm Reduction Services on Adapting Their Services for ChemSex Users, in close cooperation with the AAE. Please send your tenders with the subject "Consultant on Harm Reduction Services for ChemSex Users" to Deutsche Aidshilfe attn. Nina Tumanyan nina.tumanyan@dah.aidshilfe.de by 9 October 2022.  Read the full description of the call here.
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New project: Community Led and Based HIV Services - Key to Ending the HIV Epidemic in Europe and Central Asia

Community-based voluntary counselling and testing services (CBVCT) have proven to be one of the most effective tools in reaching key populations and providing access to testing for HIV, TB, hepatitis, and STI, especially in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the availability of self-tests for HIV created an option for people who might otherwise avoid testing services due to multiple reasons, including stigma and discrimination. However, numerous barriers standing in the way of provision or scaling up of CBVCTs and HIV self-tests still exist in many countries. These barriers…
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RAPID ASSESSMENT ON PRE-EXPOSURE PROHYLAXIS (PrEP) IN EU/EEA COUNTRIES

AIDS Action Europe is conducting a rapid assessment on the availability, accessibility, affordability, and acceptability of PrEP in the EU/EEA countries as part of our activities in our core thematic areas of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), affordability, and addressing legal and policy barriers to HIV services. Based on the information provided, we are publishing a report on the main findings, and a policy brief with recommendations for the European Union and its Member States to support advocacy efforts, at the national and regional level towards universal access to PrEP…

Events

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EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum. June 2022

The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum met on June 15th.  Here is the report from the meeting. Meeting report
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EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum. 1 June 2022

The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum met on June 1 to discuss the coordination of regional NGOs' response to the situation in Ukraine.  Here is the report from the meeting.  Meeting report 
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EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and Tuberculosis Civil Society Forum. 20 April 2022

The EU HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and tuberculosis Civil Society Forum met on April 20 to discuss the coordination of regional NGOs' response to the situation in Ukraine.  Here is the report from the meeting.  Meeting report 

Publications

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Global Fund Results Report 2022

Global Fund Results Report 2022 details how the partnership played a critical role in supporting countries and communities to respond to the pandemic and continue the progress in the fight against HIV, TB and malaria.

The coverage of treatment and prevention interventions for HIV, TB and malaria in countries where the Global Fund invests has increased rapidly since we were created in 2002. However, while the growth in HIV coverage levels remains steady, TB and malaria coverage have both declined in recent years. 

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Discrimination against People Living with HIV in Healthcare Settings

As long as stigma and discrimination are present in the society, both the global and
local initiatives will continue to fail to meet the objectives of reducing new infections,
increasing voluntary counselling and testing, having better linkages to care, and
increasing the number of PLHIV whose viral load is suppressed.

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Myth-Busting the Swedish Model: The Evidence Debunking 10 Key Claims of Client Criminalisation

Pioneered in Sweden, where it became law in 1999, this model has now been adopted by six European countries (Norway 2009, Iceland 2009, Northern Ireland 2015, France 2016, Republic of Ireland 2017) and two other countries further afield (Canada 2014, Israel 2017).

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