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30.01.2021 Publication of a booklet on COVID-19 within the online program

17.12.2020 The second webinar of the online program

30.11.2020 EUROTEST WEEK 2020

27.11.2020 UK-Ukraine COVID-19 sharing medical expertise and experience on COVID-19

02.12.2019 AIDS DAY CELEBRATION

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INCREASE ACCESS TO TREATMENT FOR HIV RISK GROUPS IN THE LVIV REGION.


Title INCREASE ACCESS TO TREATMENT FOR HIV RISK GROUPS IN THE LVIV REGION.
Project start 2013
Project finish 2014
Partners ICF "International HIV / AIDS Alliance in Ukraine", Lviv Regional Center for Prevention and Control of AIDS.
Aim Increase the number of people receiving ART among risk groups population who are HIV- positive and need treatment.
Target group HIV -positive representatives of risk groups: injecting drug users, their partners and sex workers.

This project aims to establish an effective system for diverting and support of HIV-positive persons from risk groups (especially IDUs) between NGOs and regional AIDS centers in order to achieve a positive impact on the epidemic and prevention of AIDS and premature death of people living with HIV by providing timely and unimpeded access to health care, including ART. It is a process in which the social worker - case manager consistently accompany the client after receiving a positive test result for HIV, help in the formulation in clinical records, (if necessary) helps in getting the specific treatment (ART). Case manager helps  to understand the situations that arose in connection with the diagnosis of HIV infection and contributes to a client specific medical services and support to specialized HCF.