من أجل خطاب ديني أقرب، للحد من مخاطر استخدام المخدرات

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أقامت اللجنة الوطنية لشؤون المخدرات والمؤثرات العقلية لقاء في كلية العلوم الشرعية تحت عنوان "من أجل خطاب ديني أقرب، للحد من مخاطر استخدام المخدرات" قدمه الدكتور فتحي بوعجيلة.

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The MENA Youth led Consultation on SRHR and HIV/AIDS

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Between 3-5 August 2019, A group of young people from MENA Region met in Egypt in the presence of representative from regional networks working in the HIV response and representatives from: UNAIDS, WHO and UNDP.

During this consultation, young leaders pointed out the so many challenges that need to be addressed in order to meet the global targets by 2030.

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الجمعيّة التونسيّة للإرشاد والتوجيه حول السيدا والادمان تدعم خدماتها في مجال الحد من المخاطر

- الجمعية تونس

بعد اكتساب وتبادل الخبرات في ميدان الحد من مخاطر  استخدام المخدرات المحقونة، انطلقت الجمعيّة التونسيّة للإرشاد و التوجيه حول السيدا و الادمان منذ سنة 2010 في تركيز مركز للاستقبال والانصات . 

وانطلقت في مرحلة أولى بتكوين مجموعة من المربين النظراء للتدخل بالشوارع قصد تقريب الخدمات الوقائية لمستعملي المخدرات المحقونة ومدهم بالحقن المعقمة وبالنصائح الازمة فكان ذلك أول برامج الجمعية في مجال الحد من المخاطر بدعم من مينارة ومن الصندوق العالمي لمكافحة السيدا والسل والملاريا.

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Naloxone

Naloxone is effectively an antidote to opioid overdose, will completely reverse the effects of an opioid overdose if administered in time. Naloxone is effective when delivered by intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intranasal routes of administration. Naloxone has virtually no effect on people who have not taken opioids.

Access to naloxone is generally limited to health professionals. In many countries, there is still limited availability of naloxone even in medical settings, including ambulances.

Since most overdoses are witnessed by a friend or family member, if a friend or family member had access to naloxone, he or she may be able to reverse the effects of opioid overdose, while waiting for medical care to arrive. While naloxone administered by bystanders is a potentially life-saving emergency interim response to opioid overdose, it should not be seen as a replacement for comprehensive medical care.

In recent years, a number of programs around the world have shown that providing naloxone to people likely to witness an opioid overdose, in combination with training on the use of naloxone and on the resuscitation of people having an opioid overdose, could substantially reduce the deaths resulting from opioid overdose.

Source: WHO

MENA H Coalition to submit a proposal to the Global Fund

MENA Coalition

Press Release - MENA H Coalition to submit a proposal to the Global Fund


Wednesday, February 28, 2018

The MENA Coalition on HIV and Human Rights (MENA H Coalition) would like to formally announce its interest in applying for the Multi-Country Request for Proposals launched by the Global Fund to address the “Sustainability of services for Key Populations in the MENA region”. 

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