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14.06.2018 The fourth training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

24.05.2018 The third training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

26.04.2018 The second training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Guaranty of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

25.04.2018 Workshop “Advocacy Opportunities for ASTRA Members: Using the International Rights Instruments and Mechanisms”

28.03.2018 The first training in the frame of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Garancy of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

01.02.2018 Start of the Project “Computer Skills of Medical Workers - Garancy of Providing People Living with HIV/AIDS with Quality Assistance”

02.01.2018 Start of activity in the frame of “SOURCE OF HOPE” project

23.11.2017 Testing on HIV and Hepatitis of Patrol Policemen

13.11.2017 Members of AIDS Action Europe Network Meeting

26.05.2017 Meeting of the Representatives of SALUS Charitable Foundation with the Delegation from Freiburg (Germany)

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PARTNERSHIP IN EFFECTIVE HIV PREVENTION AND SUPPORT OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV IN PRISONS


Title PARTNERSHIP IN EFFECTIVE HIV PREVENTION AND SUPPORT OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV IN PRISONS
Project start 2003
Project finish 2005
Partners Stitching MAINLINE, the Netherlands; NGOs "Blahodijnist", Ukraine (Ěykolajiv); "Doroha do domu", Ukraine (Odesa); "Solidarnist", Ukraine (Ivano-Frankivsk); "Manhust", Ukraine (Kherson).
Aim Development of partnership between Ukrainian and European non-profit organizations dealing with HIV infected prisoners. Implementation of effective international strategies, standards and approaches to HIV prevention in Ukrainian prisons.
Target group Prisoners (primarily HIV infected prisoners), injective drug users, representatives of sex minorities, NGO and staff working in prisons of 5 regions in Ukraine (Mykolaiv, Kherson, Odesa, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv).

Training of Ukrainian non-profit and governmental organization staff was carried out by Dutch experts. Technologies taught by Dutch experts should raise professional level of staff working in penal settings. Informational support of prisoners and staff of penal settings. Development and distribution of publications “Information on HIV/AIDS”, and “Prevention of professional HIV contamination”. In Lviv, the project was conducted in isolation ward ą19 by Salus outreach workers visiting prisoners weekly.