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TUBIDU Report: Empowering the Public Health System and Civil Society to Fight the Tuberculosis Epidemic among Vulnerable Groups

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Anda Karnite, Anneli Uusküla, Atanas Luizov, Atanas Rusev, Ave Talu, Elina Upite, Fidelie Kalambayi, Katri Abel-Ollo, Jeff Lazarus, Kristi Rüütel, Laura Narkauskaite, Loreta Stoniene

The general objective of the project is to contribute to the prevention of the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic among people who inject drugs (PWID) and the people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the participating countries. The strategic objectives include empowering the public health system and civil...

Tags: People living with HIV (PLHIV), People who use drugs (PUD), Policy makers, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Advocacy, Harm reduction, Prevention, Tubercolosis
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TUBIDU Training Outline

TUBIDU Training Outline

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The National Institute for Health Development, Estonia

For trainings based on TUBIDU Handbook for community based organizations on tuberculosis services for people who inject drugs.

Tags: People who use drugs (PUD), Policy makers, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Advocacy, Harm reduction, Prevention, Tubercolosis
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TUBIDU Handbook for community based organizations on tuberculosis services for people who inject drugs

TUBIDU Handbook for community based organisations on tuberculosis services for people who inject drugs

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Maarja Sukles

This handbook has been developed in the framework of the project TUBIDU: Empowering the Public Health System and Civil Society to Fight the Tuberculosis Epidemic among Vulnerable Groups. This European Union (EU) project is funded by the “Programme of Community Action in the Field of Health (2008...

Tags: People who use drugs (PUD), Policy makers, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Advocacy, Harm reduction, Prevention, Tubercolosis
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EAST AND WEST TOGETHER. AFEW - Annual Report 2014

EAST AND WEST TOGETHER. AFEW - Annual Report 2014

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AIDS Foundation East-West (AFEW)

In this report AFEW communicate the urgency of attention, both political and financial, that is needed in the region to inhibit the spread of HIV. Eastern Europe and Central Asia is the only region in the world where HIV incidence continues to climb, already reaching 1.5 million people. In this...

Tags: People living with HIV (PLHIV), Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Care and support, Prevention, Testing and counselling
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