Salus

Salus

27.05.2017 Meeting of the Representatives of SALUS Charitable Foundation with the Delegation from Freiburg (Germany)

24.05.2017 Working Meeting of Managers of the Projects "Medical and Psychosocial Support of Patients Undergoing Substitution Maintenance Therapy"

20.12.2014 In the Capital the Future of the Nation Was Discussed

30.07.2014 The 20th International AIDS Conference was held in Melbourne from 20 to 25 July 2014.

10.06.2014 Elton John is creating a new fund to fight HIV

22.05.2014 RESPOND Partner Conference

11.03.2014 ICF " International HIV / AIDS Alliance in Ukraine" declares call for participation in training program on research in HIV/AIDS

13.02.2014 Youth Quest Condom Day - 2014

05.02.2014 Youth Quest Condom Day - 2014

18.10.2013 Sharing experience to overcome negative social phenomena

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KNOW TO PROTECT ONESELF


Title KNOW TO PROTECT ONESELF
Project start 2003
Project finish 2005
Partners Freedom House under the Polish-American-Ukrainian program PAUCI, Tada - NGO dealing with target groups in the field of HIV/AIDS and STI prevention, NGO "Youth Center of Women Initiatives" Sevastopol, Regional Organization for Support of HIV- infected, Donetsk
Aim To improve the professional qualification of teachers, medical and social workers and to provide prevention programs among young people and risk groups in Lviv, Donetsk and Sevastopol. Grantees adapted successful models and learned the methodology of developing preventive programs for young people and at-risk groups (commercial sex workers, drug users, gays, lesbians). The project activities were developed to address details regarding the spread of viruses and make informational resources and services available in each of the regions.
Target group teachers and social workers (Lviv); outreach workers (Donetsk), social and medical workers (Sevastopol).
  • Establishment of an HIV/AIDS information centre with library and video collection.
  • Organization of round tables and trainings.
  • Brochure and 8 booklets about STIs.
  • Visual aids for high-risk groups