Kiev, autumn and access to treatment
A meeting of Community Advisory Board in Eastern Europe and Central Asia was held in Kiev last week. This time treatment access activists from 9 countries of the region have met with representatives of the Medicines Patent Pool and Gilead Sciences.
World Vision Desk Review Report
The World Vision Desk Review Report provides possible advocacy intervention in the areas of HIV&AIDS and Migration for the Southern Caucasus and RF.
International Youth Forum in Istanbul
In the last days of spring Istanbul hosted a meeting for young activists from all around the world. 40 representatives from Eastern Europe, Asia, Western Europe and North America drafted recommendations for the ICD work plan (International conference on population and development) after the year 2014.
Digest on ECUO recent activities
We would like to present a digest on ECUO recent activities. In this issue you will find news on ECUO General Assembly meeting, Summary of Regional meeting “Scaling up ARV-treatment in EECA region”, as long as news on activities in EECA region.
Capacity Building for Mass Media Representatives on HIV/Migration Issues (Armenia)
On November 22-24, 2012 in Tsaghkadzor (Armenia) training session was organized for mass media representatives within the frameworks of Cross-border cooperation for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Impact Mitigation in Southern Caucasus and Russian Federation project.
Minutes: Regional meeting on access to ARV-treatment in EECA region
The First Regional meeting on access to treatment in Eastern Europe and Central Asia region took place in Kyiv, Ukraine from 5 till 6 March, 2013.
ECUO adolescents: growing fame around the world
Young leaders and graduates of the ECUO school of Leaders are becoming famous around the world! BBC recently published an interview with Liza Yaroshenko, 15-years old activist from Kyiv, who is directly affected by HIV/AIDS.
Cristina Jade: HIV is a part of my life—but it’s not all I am
When you are born with HIV that means many things to consider: from everyday intake of medicines to forced silence about your HIV status. It is hard in any age let alone when you are a teen –not a child, not yet an adult. Thousands of questions occupy teens’ minds: what would people say about me? Do I dress well? How do I learn to kiss?