MENAHRA Best practice

Best practices in strengthening civil society’s role in delivering harm reduction services

MENAHRA Best practice

The HIV epidemic in the Middle East and North Africa has continued to grow, aggravated by an increase in injecting drug users with high-risk practices such as sharing contaminated syringes. An approach known as harm reduction has been proven to be effective in reducing negative health consequences among this vulnerable group. Yet the provision of harm reduction services to this population has been hindered because

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Assessment of Situation and Response of Drug Use and Its Harms in MENA

Situation Assessment

This is the second assessment conducted on injecting drug use and with the risk of contracting the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in the twenty countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

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دليل الممارسة الجيّدة: فيروس نقص المناعة البشري واستخدام المخدّرات

دليل نقص المناعة

يُعتبر هذا الدليل واحدًا من سلسلة أدلة في الممارسة الجيّدة التي يقدّمها التحالف الدولي لمكافحة "فيروس نقص المناعة البشري"/الإيدز.

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WOMEN INJECTING DRUG USERS

WOMEN INJECTING DRUG USERS in the Middle East & North Africa Region (MENA)

WOMEN INJECTING DRUG USERS

Uptake of harm-reduction services among women is low in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. A qualitative operational research was conducted to provide recommendations on how to improve the uptake of harm reduction services among women injecting drug users (WIDUs)

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