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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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Development of the "Association country network of PLHIV" has allowed us to people living with HIV to take a leading position in the decision-making process, to improve access and quality of services and provided to people living with HIV".

Family is the most important thing in the life of any woman. Husband and children is the meaning of life the closest people who give strength to live. Any obstacle can be overcome if you feel the support of family!

People living with HIV often lose everything in life because of drug use: family, work, health, friends ... unfortunately, not everyone able to get it all back. Alex from the Kyrgyz Republic has found his way, which helped him to find peace and place in life. Eventually he became a volunteer.

PLHIV community leaders of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan gained knowledge and improved skills in the camp organized by the Central Asian Association of People Living with HIV as part of the USAID project "Leader for people living with HIV."