2015 | Lessons Learnt Report: Effective Collaboration in Partnerships for Health and Human Rights

This report presents on operational research that details lessons learnt on collaboration within Bridging the Gaps. The research was conducted by the Centre for Social Science & Global Health at the University of Amsterdam.

2015 | Operational Research: Advocacy For LGBT Rights in Costa Rica

This operational research report (2015) shows the outcomes of CIPAC’s advocacy efforts to improve the accessibility of LGBTI people to health services in Costa Rica. This study aims to identify the successes and lessons learnt on changing…

2015 | Operational Research: Promoting Safe Sex and Empowerment Among Sex Workers in Vietnam

This operational research report (2015) describes the experiences of 85 Vietnamese sex workers who participated in peer-led harm reduction programmes. This study shows how the CBO model can be the vector of the design of nation-wide interventions,…

2015 | Operational Research: Better Access To Services for Adolescents Who Use Drugs in Ukraine

This operational research report (2015) identifies the enabling factors and barriers of access and adherence of young PWUD to HIV prevention programmes. Based on interviews with 85 Ukrainian young PWUD and 24 experts, in four project sites of…

2015 | Operational Research: Reaching Key Populations and Improving Their Access to HIV Services in Kenya

This operational research report (2015) describes good practices and lessons learnt within the Bridging the Gaps programme related to reaching key populations with HIV prevention, treatment and care in Kenya. Based on interviews with 135 key…

2015 | Operational Research: Engaging Underserved Key Populations in Kyrgyzstan - What Works?

This operational research report (2015) identifies the factors that influence the motivation of key populations to participate in HIV prevention programmes in Kyrgyzstan. Based on 440 interviews with key population members, the study shows…

2015 | Thesis: An Exploration of Best Practices of Meaningful Peer Involvement Within a Harm Reduction Context with Substance Users from GHB, MSM, and IDU Drug Use Settings

This master thesis (2015) identifies best practices for involving former and current PWUD in outreach and harm reduction activities of public health organisations. Based on interviews with 20 using and non-using members of public health organisations…

2014 | Impact of Buprenorphine Opioid Substitution Therapy Program in Nepal

Youth Vision’s impact assessment report (2014) shows the effectiveness of buprenorphine opioid subsitution therapy as a harm reduction strategy to improve the lives of PWUD from 2007 to 2014. Based on a survey among 220 PWUD, this study identifies…

2014 | Thesis: Advocacy For the Human Rights of People Who Use Drugs

This master thesis (2014) shows how and to what extent advocacy for human rights of PWUD is part of the activities of harm reduction organisations. Based on seventeen in-depth and sixteen survey interviews with harm reduction and advocacy professionals…

2014 | Thesis: Integration of Health Care and Harm Reduction Services for People Who Use Drugs

This master thesis (2014) identifies the current state of the integration of HIV-related health services for PWUD into the general health system in Indonesia and Kyrgyzstan. Based on fifteen in-depth interviews with health delivery experts,…

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