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    A regular consultative meeting  by the preparation of project documents for the third year of the project "Harm Reduction Works - Ensure Financing!" was held in February 16-17 in Almaty.

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      USAID and ULE "Central Asian Association of People Living with HIV" held a regional meeting on February 11-12, 2016, to discuss the problem of stigma and discrimination of people living with HIV in the Central Asian region as part of the USAID Project "Leader People living with HIV. "

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     Cascade trainings for physicians on the formation of tolerant attitude to PLHIV and groups of risky behavior were held in February 8-9, 2016 in Bishkek . The trainings took place within the framework of the "Leader of People Living with HIV" Project, implemented by the Central Asian Association of People Living with HIV, funded by the United States Agency for International Development.

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On October 12-13, 2015  the training in gender aspects in the OST program took place in Ust-Kamenogorsk. The event was organized by the  CAAPLHIV, UN-Women with the participation of the Kazakhstan Union of PLWH.

The training was designed  and conducted for the regional narcology centers staff, NGO activists from several cities and regions of Kazakhstan to train participants in gender-sensitive approaches to the organization of services in the OST program. This training discussed the specifics of providing services considering the reproductive and sexual health of OST clients, as well as the importance of introducing gender-sensitive services in the OST program. Based on the results of the two-day work, a single advocacy message has been formulated to move from gender-blind programs in harm reduction programs to gender-transformational ones.