Reports

EHRN develops and publicly shares reports about Network progress, achievements and accomplishments within the framework of strategy implementation with its members, community, organizations and individuals who work to advocate for the universal human rights of people who use drugs. This enables EHRN to better review work output, focus on the current situation and problems of people who use drugs and clearly set goals for future work.

 

Public Institution Eurasian Harm Reduction Network has successfully completed the audit of the third year of "Harm Reduction works-provide financing" project funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Public Institution Eurasian Harm Reduction Network is a non-profit public entity. The financial statements of the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network for 2016 have therefore been prepared in accordance with "Non-profit limited liability entities accounting and financial reporting preparation and presentation rules".

In 2016, EHRN started six regional projects and continued with several long-term programs. Hundreds of politicians, community leaders involvement and experts played an active role in EHRN’s events and activities.

To help countries prepare to transition from reliance on donor funds to public funding for HIV, the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) embarked on the Regional Program, “Harm Reduction Works – Fund it!,” targeting Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania and Tajikistan.

The purpose of the 3rd RTAG meeting was to assess the results of the Regional Program after its two years, and to finalize the plans for the final Year 3 and beyond of the Regional Program

EHRN presents the report on the results on the implementation of the project, implemented with the financial support of the Robert Carr Civil Society Network Fund (RCNF).

From January 2015, EHRN started implementing its new strategy for 2015-2019. Last year was the first and very intense year of the new strategy.

Independent auditor’s opinion on the project entitled “Civil Society Advocacy for Increased Harm Reduction Investments and Coverage” funded by Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund.

Audit report of the financial statements giving a view of the financial position of “Eurasian harm reduction network” as at December 31, 2015, and the financial performance for the year then ended.

Report on Regional Meeting 25-26 April 2016, Kiev, Ukraine

Audit report of the financial statements giving a view of the financial position of “Eurasian harm reduction network” as at December 31, 2014, and the financial performance for the year then ended.

Audit report of the financial statements giving a view of the financial position of “Eurasian harm reduction network” as at December 31, 2013, and the financial performance for the year then ended.

The HIV epidemic in Eastern Europe and Central Asia has been unique in the global context. While the region is home to significant health care infrastructure, a confluence of injecting drug use, harsh prohibition law enforcement policies, and poor of access to harm reduction and health services for people who inject drugs, have allowed HIV to take root with devastating consequences. While people who inject drugs still account for more than 45% of all new infections, across the region less than 1% of them have access to harm reduction services. And so, thousands of lives are lost each year to a preventable and treatable condition.

Report on Regional High Level Dialogue on Successful Transition to Domestic Funding of HIV and TB Response in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA).

The report reflects the urgent need for new approaches to solving the problems that affect harm reduction programs and PUD communities in all the countries of the EECA region.

This report highlights the needs of women who use injection drugs and the access that these women have to necessary medical and social services in six Eastern European and Central Asian countries.

In 2012, EHRN readied itself for the challenge of ensuring the security of the lives and the rights of drug users and people living with HIV.

In 2011, working with its members and other partners, EHRN made a number of important contributions to increasing access to drug-related health services, protecting the human rights of people who use drugs, and increasing advocates’ and service providers’ capacity in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

EHRN is a membership-based organization governed by Network members, including individuals and organizations. Network members delegate the right to govern the Network to representatives of their geographic regions or communities through electing them to the Steering committee (SC).

Public Institution Eurasian Harm Reduction Network is a non-profit public entity. The financial statements of the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network for 2012 have therefore been prepared in accordance with "Non-profit limited liability entities accounting and financial reporting preparation and presentation rules" approved by the Minister of Finance in 22/11/2004, order no. 1K-372.