"We now have most of the knowledge and tools to end HIV, AIDS and hepatitis C among people who inject drugs in Europe. However, political will and cost remain as top priorities."

Luis Mendão, co-chair of the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum

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New Leaflet about Joint Action on HIV and Co-infection Prevention and Harm Reduction (HA-REACT)

14.06.2017

This new leaflet describes the three-year project, which was launched in late 2015 with core funding from the European Union (EU), and is being implemented by 22 partners representing 18 EU Member States.

The overall aim of HA-REACT is to significantly contribute to the elimination of...

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Luxembourg WP6

“Needle exchange and other harm reduction measures in prison settings” Conference

29.06.2017 to 30.06.2017
Luxembourg

60 delegates from 14 countries gathered in Luxembourg to participate in the “Needle exchange and other harm reduction measures in prison settings” conference which was organized by Patrick Hoffmann (Ministry of Health) and was part of WP 6.

Lydia Mutsch, Minister of Health of Luxembourg...

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“World Café”: Introducing European Joint Actions and Projects

29.06.2017

4th Meeting of the ECDC Hepatitis B and C Network and joint meeting with the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) Drug-Related Infectious Disease (DRID) Network

14 June 2017

During the pan-European infectious disease meeting of the ECDC and EMCDDA,...

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HA-REACT addresses existing gaps in the prevention of HIV and other co-infections, especially TB and viral hepatitis, among people who inject drugs

This three-year project was launched in late 2015 with core funding  from the European Union, and is being implemented by 23 partners in 18 EU Member States.

HA-REACT Advisory Board, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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