The programme involves people who use drugs in the design and delivery of services, and is developing advocacy plans to advance the human rights of people who use drugs. It has strong focus on building the local capacity of community based organisations and sharing knowledge about what works.

CAHR is led by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance with financial support from the Dutch government. The project is implemented by a consortium of Alliance linking organisations: AIDS Care China, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in India, Rumah Cemera (Indonesia), the Kenyan AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO) and the Malaysian AIDS Council.

IDPC is a technical partner in this project, along with a number of other national and international organisations: Alliance Ukraine, AIDS Foundation East West, Health Connections International, Harm Reduction International, the International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) and Prevention Information et Lutte contre le Sida (PILS).

IDPC is responsible for engaging with national governments and international agencies to advocate for the establishment of an enabling environment for the provision of harm reduction services, and also for the delivery of the global Support. Don’t Punish campaign.

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