What we are doing
Public health

EKHN is developing its interventions and programs in response to the pressing need to address the persistent gender inequalities and human rights violations that put WG/TG at a greater risk of, and more vulnerable to HIV.

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Public health

EKHN is developing its interventions and programs in response to the pressing need to address the persistent gender inequalities and human rights violations that put WG/TG at a greater risk of, and more vulnerable to HIV.

Gender and gender equality

EKHN is referring to the UNAIDS Agenda for Accelerated Action for Gender Equality and HIV commits to “address HIV needs of women and girls and stop violence against women”, recommending 26 strategic actions that countries can take to achieve this goal.

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Gender and gender equality

EKHN is referring to the UNAIDS Agenda for Accelerated Action for Gender Equality and HIV commits to “address HIV needs of women and girls and stop violence against women”, recommending 26 strategic actions that countries can take to achieve this goal.

Key population

In 2012 – 2015 EKHN has successfully implemented EU funded project focused on the assessment, development and promotion of country level comprehensive approaches of services for PUD, SWs and MSM. Advocacy plans for these services development and promotion in national strategies are developed.

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Key population

In 2012 – 2015 EKHN has successfully implemented EU funded project focused on the assessment, development and promotion of country level comprehensive approaches of services for PUD, SWs and MSM. Advocacy plans for these services development and promotion in national strategies are developed.

Viral hepatitis

EKHN is referring to the UNAIDS Agenda for Accelerated Action for Gender Equality and HIV commits to “address HIV needs of women and girls and stop violence against women”, recommending 26 strategic actions that countries can take to achieve this goal.

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Viral hepatitis

EKHN is referring to the UNAIDS Agenda for Accelerated Action for Gender Equality and HIV commits to “address HIV needs of women and girls and stop violence against women”, recommending 26 strategic actions that countries can take to achieve this goal.

HIV

Eastern Europe is the only region in the world where AIDS-related deaths continue to grow, there was a 21 percent increase in AIDS-related deaths between 2005 and 2012 (Aidsmap, 2013).

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HIV

Eastern Europe and Central Asia is home to the fastest growing HIV epidemic in the world: rising from an estimated 800,000 people living with the virus in 2001 to 1.5 million as of 2012. Adult HIV prevalence is one percent across the region with the Russian Federation and Ukraine, the two most populous countries, accounting for almost 90 percent of newly reported HIV cases. Since 2004, Belarus and Ukraine have seen increases in HIV infection by 59% and 76% respectively. The male-to-female ratio for the region was 1.3. High rates of HIV were reported in Ukraine (38.0 per 100,000 population), and Moldova (20.3 per 100,000 population), in 2011. In the same year, 70% of newly diagnosed HIV infections were reported from Ukraine. (UNAIDS, Regional Fact Sheet 2012: EECA).

Eastern Europe is the only region in the world where AIDS-related deaths continue to grow, there was a 21 percent increase in AIDS-related deaths between 2005 and 2012 (Aidsmap, 2013).

Eastern Europe and Central Asia is home to the fastest growing HIV epidemic in the world: rising from an estimated 800,000 people living with the virus in 2001 to 1.5 million as of 2012. Adult HIV prevalence is one percent across the region with the Russian Federation and Ukraine, the two most populous countries, accounting for almost 90 percent of newly reported HIV cases.

Tuberculosis

EKHN is referring to the UNAIDS Agenda for Accelerated Action for Gender Equality and HIV commits to “address HIV needs of women and girls and stop violence against women”, recommending 26 strategic actions that countries can take to achieve this goal.

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Tuberculosis

EKHN is referring to the UNAIDS Agenda for Accelerated Action for Gender Equality and HIV commits to “address HIV needs of women and girls and stop violence against women”, recommending 26 strategic actions that countries can take to achieve this goal.