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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)

23.05.2017 Working Meeting of Managers of the Projects "Medical and Psychosocial Support of Patients Undergoing Substitution Maintenance Therapy"

19.12.2014 In the Capital the Future of the Nation Was Discussed

29.07.2014 The 20th International AIDS Conference was held in Melbourne from 20 to 25 July 2014.

09.06.2014 Elton John is creating a new fund to fight HIV

21.05.2014 RESPOND Partner Conference

10.03.2014 ICF " International HIV / AIDS Alliance in Ukraine" declares call for participation in training program on research in HIV/AIDS

12.02.2014 Youth Quest Condom Day - 2014

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09.02.2010
"A table game and its potential in charity programmes for children and youth”
On the 29th of January 2010 in Kyiv a mini training “A table game and its potential in charity programmes for children and youth” took place. Trainers-experts of All-Ukrainian public centre “Volunteer” shared their experience of development and usage of interactive games in preventive work, especially table games. Specialists from All-Ukrainian public centre “Volunteer” presented four table games: “The Lord of the Rings”, “Step by step”, “Photo-counter”, “Adventures in Healthland” and analyzed potential of this method in preventive programmes, its strong and weak points. Participants were presented with the introduced table games. Experts Tetyana Lyakh- head of the methodological council of All-Ukrainian public centre “Volunteer”, candidate of pedagogical sciences, assistant-professor of social pedagogics and correctional education chair of Kyiv University after Borys Hrinchenko; Nataliya Trotsenko – master-trainer of All-Ukrainian public centre “Volunteer”, lecturer of social pedagogics and correctional education chair of Kyiv University after Borys Hrinchenko. Marichka Koval a member of Charity Foundation “Salus” took part in the action.