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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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Not everyone dares to talk about his HIV-positive status publicly by understanding the consequences - stigma and discrimination. It is especially difficult if you are a woman living in Tajikistan.

To increase tolerant attitude towards people living with HIV in Tajikistan there was conducted a training for health professionals.

Tajik authorities have conducted a number of training activities.

"Capacity of AIDS service NGOs of Central Asia in the technical, advocacy, educational, organizational aspects has significantly increased!" Maria Boltaeva, Director of the UNAIDS office in Tajikistan.

Protection of human rights remains today one of the leading problems for people living with HIV in Central Asian countries. Their rights are still violated.

"People living with HIV learn their status often do not know where to look for protection of their rights. In such situations, they are discouraged. Many people do not know their rights, afraid to express them and to protect"