This report summarises the results of site assessments on HIV and drug use in China, India, Indonesia, Kenya and Malaysia. The assessments were conducted by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and their teams of experts in four technical areas:
- HIV prevention services for people who inject drugs
- HIV and drug-related policy and environment
- Organisational development issues
- Monitoring and evaluation of interventions.
The assessments were conducted to guide planning for the Community Action on Harm Reduction (CAHR) project, funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the government of the Netherlands and implemented by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. The assessments focused on the Alliance’s lead partners in implementation of the CAHR project and also focused on the sub-recipients (implementing partners) of these five organisations, along with an in-country situation assessment.
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