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It will take political commitment and investment to stop HIV in our region

What does the landscape of HIV looks like in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, one of the regions where new infections are increasing?  


Judges, national human rights institutions and communities meet to ensure human rights protection of those with HIV and TB

The first Regional Judges’ Forum on HIV, Human Rights and the Law in Eurasia will explore how the law can better protect the rights of people living with HIV, key populations of HIV and those living…  


Positive women

What’s it like living as an HIV positive woman in the Tajikistan of today? Delve into the lives of Madina and Tahmina and explore their struggles in this graphic novel.  



HIV and health


What does inequality look like?

Photographer Jodi Hilton traveled to 5 countries in Europe & Central Asia to document inequalities for UNDP’s Regional Human Development Report. Here is what she saw through her lens.  


In eastern Ukraine, a glimmer of hope for women inmates living with HIV

Life for the HIV affected population in Ukraine is safer and healthier inside the prison walls rather than outside.  


Social contracting country fact sheets

UNDP works with national stakeholders to let NGOs be explicitly recognized as partners and service providers in HIV/public health legislation and policies.  


Life-saving medicines to reach 3,800 people living with HIV/AIDS

UNDP delivered its first batch of medicines under a new project designed to make sure the most vulnerable people get their treatments on time.  


Rapid Assessment: Healthcare waste component of Global Fund HIV, TB and Malaria projects

In order to deepen the understanding of the environmental impact caused by waste created through its Global Fund project implementations, country assessments were conducted in Bosnia and Herzegovina,…  

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