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  • Regular consultative meeting in Almaty

    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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  • Regional meeting devoted to the discussion of the problem of stigma and discrimination of PLHIV in Almaty

      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 doctors in Bishkek

     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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RAISE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

November 14 2015. CAAPLHIV together with "Four E" team with the support of UNAIDS, Almaty City Administration and the RAC conducted a raise awareness campaign dedicated to the World AIDS day took place in Almaty. 

During the event, there were discussed the social adaptability of people living with HIV, coverage of issues related to social adaptation and family relations of people living with HIV, as well as the spiritual and ethical aspect of the topic.

A group of young artists from Almaty presented their works on the topic FOUREVERLIFE, volunteers of the "Future is my choice!" Project of the "Bilim Central Asia" educational center conducted a virtual game "Taza zholtanda" aimed at HIV prevention. In addition, the actors of the theater "Art and Shock" made a performance called "Fate" about a tolerant attitude towards people living with HIV. Almaty AIDS Center HCPs provided HIV testing for all comers.