The goal of the survey is to better understand how civil society organizations are financed in their HIV work, in order to inform how these organizations might be more effectively supported in contributing to the response to the HIV epidemic.
Concerns have been raised that participating states in the Russian-led Eurasian Customs Union like Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia and Kazakhstan, may also be persuaded to follow Russia in condemning OST.
In December 2014, Kenya became the third country in Sub-Saharan Africa to introduce Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST), after Tanzania and Mauritius. In this report, Mainline discusses how Kenyan NGOs are dealing with the challenges posed by OST.
Participants in the seminar debated the international drug control system and the role that Latin America will play in the UNGASS on the world drug problem, in light of the positions taken on this issue by MERCOSUR, CELAC and UNASUR.
MENAHRA conducted a regional workshop that provided CSOs and partners from the region with a forum in which to discuss their experiences, raise their key concerns, and outline the gaps in service provision for women who inject drugs.