Who we are:

INTRODUCTION OF BEACON FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT:

Beacon Foundation Research and Development (BFRD) is struggling for social change in our society. BFRD is Non-political Non-government, Nonprofit, Secular Development Oriented Organization formed by a group of highly motivated. Professionals and Volunteers ‘with the man date to promote and facilitate their liaison, Coordination, Resource Mobilization and Capacity build in  order to enabled them to effectively respond to the challenges of social change and Development in Pakistan. BFRD is established on self-basis irrespective of religion, creed, caste, sex and sect. BFRD register redounded society ‘act 1860. Registration nourish /FSD/962

ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY:

We at Beacon Foundation for Research and Development (BFRD) are Professional in our respective fields. We are experienced in Research and Community based projects like Community Development, Education, Nutrition, Reproductive Health, Water and Sanitation, Mother and Child HealthCare, HIV/AIDS,STI’s Hepatitis, Drug Detoxification, Rehabilitation and Primary Health Care (PHC) .Beacon Foundation for Research and Development (BFRD) includes Doctors, Journalists ,Social Activists, Lawyers, Professors, Psychologist, Health Practitioners, Bankers, Businessmen, Peer educators and other Professionals. Beacon Foundation for Research and Development (BFRD) firmly believes that the paramount solution to improve and develop condition so community could only be done by developing their abilities to mobilize, manage and controller call and of external resources independently.

OBJECTIVES

  • To Promote and conduct research studies
  • To promote good health, Nutrition and Reproductive health issues.
  • To create Training/education center and health center.
  • To work for up lifting the status of women in the society, provide help under health & nutrition services for women and children.
  • To work for basic women rights.
  • To work for up lifting poor rural/village people for them over all development.
  • To work or assist for the general welfare of the people.
  • To educate and support people living with HIV/AIDs (PLWA) and their families.
  • To provide awareness regarding the hazards of drugs, alcohol, various pandemics, STIs, Health &Hygiene issues; Mother& Child care issues etc. to general community especially youth.
  • To educate young people on the dangerous effect sand prevention of HIV and AIDS
  • To involve People living with AIDS(PLWA) to organize themselves to address the plan solution to their problems and take responsibilities for development actions
  • Improving the social, educational and economic situations of PLWA
  • To collaborate with any other agency that shares similar goals and aspirations to awards PLWA’s empower rent, good Governance, Gender, Health and Education

 

OUR VISION:

To provide, promote and share better standards/environment in terms of healthier education, development, living etc. Among the individuals and communities for a model future.

Mission Statement:

Socially and economically empower, educate and develop various communities to understand & utilizealla available means for as us trainable human development. FOCUS GROUPS Youth (male and female) Women(in house and outhouse) Blood Banks and Medical Institutions Labor class Students High risk groups (CSW sand DUs /IDUs) General Population Communities Projects, Studies /Surveys, Team Experience, Volunteer Work etc. HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Faisalabad and Sargodha in Alliance with Roshan Rasta (RR), Lahore supported by Punjab AIDS Control Program, Health Department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2014-2016. Provision of HIV Prevention and Diagnostic Services for Jail In mates in Central Jail Faisalabad, a Project of Punjab AIDS Control Program, Government to of Punjab Health Department (2015, Discontinued due to jail recent security matters.) Distribution of Wheel Chairs among the disabled with the help of Australian High Commission (Direct AID Program).HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Sargodha supported by Punjab AIDS Control program, Health Department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2012 HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Faisalabad in Alliance with Roshan Rasta(RR), Lahore supported by Punjab AIDS Control program, Health Department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2012-HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Faisalabad in Alliance with Roshan Rasta (RR), Lahore supported by Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2011-2012.

Surveys and Studies:

  • Mapping and Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) for key Population in Faisalabad by APC on sultans /Bridge Consultants Foundation in collaboration with Punjab AIDS Control Program (2016).
  • HIV/AIDS Surveillance National and Provincial AIDS Control Program round (IV) by BAHRIA/Bridge Consultants Foundation in collaboration with Punjab AIDS Control Program, Government of Punjab Health department(2015-16)
  • Mapping and Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) for key Population in Faisalabad Funded by Punjab AIDS Control Program, Department of Health, Govt. of Punjab2014.

Volunteer Work:

  • Projection HTC /VCT for spouses of PWID/IDU’s in Faisalabad and Sargodha 2014.

Team Members Experience in Different Projects / Studies:

  • Canada-Pakistan HIV/AIDS surveillance project in Faisalabad (Funded by Canadian International Development Agency, CIDA)
    • HASP Round (IV) 2011
    • HASP Round (III) 2008
    • HASP Round ( II) 2006-08

HASP Round (I ) 2005

Activities:

  • WorldAIDSDayProgram2015
  • WorldAIDSDayProgram2013
  • WorldAIDSDayProgram2012
  • WorldAIDSDayProgram2011
  • WorldAIDSDayProgram2010
  • AwarenessonDrugAbuse2010

 

  • AwarenessActivitywithTeensinCollaborationwithWadaFoundation,2010

Over view of Projects:

An Overview of a Field Work in SDP for IDU’ sat Faisalabad Office 2016:

Field Work

Field Work

Field Work

Field Work

Field Work

An Over view of a training session and role plays on Mapping Study by PACP at Faisalabad Office 2015:

Training Session

Training Session

Group Discussion

Group Discussion

HIV/AIDS Prevention Program:

Among street base injecting drug users in Sargodha supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2012~2013:

Australian High Commissioner and other guests

AUS. High Commissioner, Asst. Dir. PACP& Beacon Foundation Team

ADP AIDS Control Program in Wheel Chair Distribution

AUS. High Commission In Wheel Chair Distribution

Distribution of Chairs on Disabled People Residence

Distribution of Chairs on Disabled People Residence

HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Sargodha supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) In 2012~2013:

An overview of feild work:

HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Sargodha supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) In 2012~2013:

An overview of feild work:

Collection of Used Syringe

Out Reach Providing AD Sat Spot

Medical Facilities at BFRD Office

Group Counseling at Spot

Clients Injecting at Spot

Clients Receiving Syringes at Spot

HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Sargodha supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) In 2012~2013:

An overview of DIC:

Clients Education on HIV/AIDS

Field Center Monitoring Visit By Health Dept.

Project Director PACP Visits BRFD Center

Monitoring Visit By PACP

HIV/AIDS Prevention Program among Female & Hijra sex workers in Faisalabad (Volunteer Work)

An Overview:

Counseling Session with Addicted Couple

Out Reach Providing Services at Spot

Medical Facilities at the Spot

Female IDU Injecting

Provision of Social Services

Medical Services at Center

Canada-Pakistan HIV/AIDS surveillance project in Faisalabad (Funded by Canadian International Development Agency, CIDA)

An Overview (2011Round):

Recruiting, HASP 2011

Spot IDU,HASP 2011

Interviewing, HASP 2011

Dera Base FSW,HASP 2011

HSW Group, HASP 2008

Dried Blood Sampling,HASP2008

Field Team, HASP 2008

HASP Team 2008

An Over view of a Visit by Punjab AIDS Control Program (PACP), Government of Punjab at Faisalabad Office to Monitor HIV/AIDS Prevention Program among street base injecting drug in 2011:

Beacon Foundation’s Team (2011)

Monitoring Team During Discussion

Monitoring Team During Discussion

Monitoring Team Checking Inventory

An Over view of a Visit by P Punjab AIDS Control Program (PACP), Government of Punjab at Faisalabad Office to Monitor HIV/AIDS Prevention Program among street base injecting drug in 2011-2012:

PACP Monitoring Team Checking Stock Registers

Monitoring Team During Discussion

PACP Monitoring Team in Field Area

Monitoring Team In Field Area

An Overview of a Visit by Health Department, Government of Punjab at Faisalabad Office to Monitor HIV/AIDS Prevention Program among street base injecting drug in 2012:

PACP Monitoring Team Checking Stock Registers

Monitoring Team During Discussion

Evaluating Manual Data With Software

Monitoring Team Giving Comments

FSW Faisalabad  Community Base Beacon foundation for searcher development

 

Performance Report (2020-21)

FSW worker field work activity (BFRD)

FSW worker field work activity (BFRD)

FSW worker field work activity (BFRD)

FSW worker field work activity (BFRD)

FSW worker field work activity (BFRD)

Beacon Foundation For Research & Development

Performance Report ( 2020-2021)

Introduction of beacon foundation for research & Development:

Beacon Foundation for research and development (BFRD) is struggling for social change in our society.(BFRD) is non-political. Non-Government, Non –profile, Secular Development oriented Organization formed by a group of highly motivated Professionals and Volunteers. (BFRD) with the mandate to promote and facilitate their liaison. Coordination, Research   Mobilization and capacity building in order to enable them to efficiency respond to the challenges of social change and development in Pakistan.(BFRD) is established on self-basis irrespective of religion, Creed, Caste, sex and sect.(BFRD) is registered under society’s act 1860.

Registration no. is BJSC/FSD/962

Activities performed during (2019-20):

 Awareness Campaign Regarding MTB (Micro Bacterium Tuberculosis) among key population / transgender / Female sex worker in Faisalabad.

 

  • Individual / group counseling session regarding T.B / HIV.
  • Awareness session regarding available service in the region related to T.B / HIV.
  • Motivation for treatment seeking behavior.
  • Linkage of MTB / HIV patients to BMUs.
  • Female sex worker provide the face marks and sanitizer.
  • Female sex worker during Provide lockdown introduce awareness Covid-19 in Faisalabad.

No. of Beneficiaries: Approximate 400-500 key population / Transgender / Female sex worker in Faisalabad during the awareness campaign.

Problem and hindrances:

 

  1. Due to unavailability of funds, could not provide condoms to TGs / FSW.
  2. Due to unavailability of funds, could not provide transgender / female sex worker in Faisalabad to visit BMU.
  3. Women during make up almost 70% of the health care workforce, exposing them to a greater risk of infection.
  4. Women also face high risks of job and income loss, and face increased risks of violence, exploitation, abuse or harassment during times of crisis and quarantine.
  5. Women expose situations exacerbate risks of violence, exploitation, abuse or harassment against women, as has been seen from previous crises and from the early case of Pakistan and Faisalabad during the COVID 19 Crisis.
  6. Over the years, sex work has shifted from Faisalabad alleys to private mansions, farmhouses, and seedy, rented apartment buildings, sprawled across the country.
  7. Hospital due to virus infection during covid-19 has been closed and damage key population.
  8. Self-isolation is a luxury that most sex workers simply cannot afford. Given business is already so dull, client attrition doesn’t just mean less work, it means less safe work
  9. Sex workers are accustomed to the pendulum swinging between feast and famine, the uncertainty of how long this lockdown may last heightens their anxieties.
  10. Corona virus is decimating the sex industry while also carrying out something of a social autopsy in economically fragile countries such as Pakistan: there is an incompatible dichotomy between hunger TB and HIV disease.
  11. On the other hand, looser quarantines and less austere measures are likely to produce wider, uncontrollable spread of contagion, especially in those nations with an already fledgling healthcare infrastructure.
  12. FSW face in terms of economical, psychological and social spheres of their lives.
  13. Unlimited resource rapid kit HIV cannot available team work. It was difficult time to handle in this situation.

 

Defined prevention services package for FSWs:

  1. Beacon Foundation For Research & Development

    Performance Report ( 2020-2021)

    Introduction of beacon foundation for research & Development:

    Beacon Foundation for research and development (BFRD) is struggling for social change in our society. (BFRD) is non-political. Non-Government, Non –profile, Secular Development oriented Organization formed by a group of highly motivated Professionals and Volunteers. (BFRD) with the mandate to promote and facilitate their liaison. Coordination, Research   Mobilization and capacity building in order to enable them to efficiency respond to the challenges of social change and development in Pakistan.(BFRD) is established on self-basis irrespective of religion, Creed, Caste, sex and sect.(BFRD) is registered under society’s act 1860.

    Registration no. is BJSC/FSD/962

    Activities performed during (2019-20):

     

    1. Awareness Campaign Regarding MTB (Micro Bacterium Tuberculosis) among key population / transgender / Female sex worker in Faisalabad.
    • Individual / group counseling session regarding T.B / HIV.
    • Awareness session regarding available service in the region related to T.B / HIV.
    • Motivation for treatment seeking behavior.
    • Linkage of MTB / HIV patients to BMUs.
    • Female sex worker provide the face marks and sanitizer.
    • Female sex worker during Provide lockdown introduce awareness Covid-19 in Faisalabad.

    No. of Beneficiaries: Approximate 400-500 key population / Transgender / Female sex worker in Faisalabad during the awareness campaign.

    Problem and hindrances:

     

    1. Due to unavailability of funds, could not provide condoms to TGs / FSW.
    2. Due to unavailability of funds, could not provide transgender / female sex worker in Faisalabad to visit BMU.
    3. Women during make up almost 70% of the health care workforce, exposing them to a greater risk of infection.
    4. Women also face high risks of job and income loss, and face increased risks of violence, exploitation, abuse or harassment during times of crisis and quarantine.
    5. Women expose situations exacerbate risks of violence, exploitation, abuse or harassment against women, as has been seen from previous crises and from the early case of Pakistan and Faisalabad during the COVID 19 Crisis.
    6. Over the years, sex work has shifted from Faisalabad alleys to private mansions, farmhouses, and seedy, rented apartment buildings, sprawled across the country.
    7. Hospital due to virus infection during covid-19 has been closed and damage key population.
    8. Self-isolation is a luxury that most sex workers simply cannot afford. Given business is already so dull, client attrition doesn’t just mean less work, it means less safe work
    9. Sex workers are accustomed to the pendulum swinging between feast and famine, the uncertainty of how long this lockdown may last heightens their anxieties.
    10. Corona virus is decimating the sex industry while also carrying out something of a social autopsy in economically fragile countries such as Pakistan: there is an incompatible dichotomy between hunger TB and HIV disease.
    11. On the other hand, looser quarantines and less austere measures are likely to produce wider, uncontrollable spread of contagion, especially in those nations with an already fledgling healthcare infrastructure.
    12. FSW face in terms of economical, psychological and social spheres of their lives.
    13. Unlimited resource rapid kit HIV cannot available team work. It was difficult time to handle in this situation.

     

    Defined prevention services package for FSWs:

    1. Behavioral change communication through outreach (includes Condom & Lubes, IEC material)
    2. Drop-In Center facility (for repeat BCC /Psycho social support & Counseling)
    3. VCCT with pre/post counseling & psychological counseling (community-based HIV testing)
    4. STI diagnosis & Treatment
    5. Condoms & lubes distribution and Career counseling and family counseling in DIC

    Defined prevention services package for FSWs:

    1. Establishment of Drop-In Centers (DIC) to deliver services address to FSWs;
    • Screening/testing of HIV
    • Syndrome Management of STIs;
    • Address for DIC center Beacon foundation For research and development (“P-21 street no-1 anwarabad opposite zubair colony jaranwala road Faisalabad ”  )
    1. Community based outreach through peer educators for behavior change;
    2. Establish condom distribution network to enhance safe sex practices
    3. Promotion of an enabling environment in the project area;
    4. Assigned targets according to the Performance Framework
    5. All Selected CBOs will be assigned targets according to the performance framework provided by BFRD ( Beacon Foundation For Research and development) the targets will be assigned against the following key components local base
    6. We identified and enrolled young women who sell sex to (BFRD) services through a network of Faisalabad and age-matched peer educators supported and directly supervised by the Sisters program outreach team.
    7. Factory Sex worker outreach in supervised team.
    8. As described in detail elsewhere peer educators are trained to build rapport with other young women who sell sex and mobilize them for HIV prevention and care services.
    9. Using a range of community mobilization activities and materials that were specifically tailored for reaching
    10. Young women who sell sex aged 25-33 Community mobilization materials included HIV prevention, condom promotion and provision, gender norms, basic financial literacy, and sexual violence prevention
    11. These materials were designed in consultation with young women who sell sex and experts, and were piloted and evaluated among a sample of young women.
    12. who sell sex using in-depth interviews and focus group discussions
    13. Peer educators were recruited in 2020-21 and worked in the BFRD program until 2020-21. Peer educators included 20 who self-identified area D-Tap, Dudi-wala, Ghulam Muhamadabad, Garibabad, Safabad, Khuriawala Nashatabad, jarawala road, Malikpur, Hariawalachowk. Susaroad, Kohinoor, Samnabad and warispura etc as female sex workers.
    14. All were 25 years old and had some secondary school education or higher. Their duties involved identifying hotspots and adolescent girls and young women through word of mouth.
    15. Hotspots included secondary schools, colleges, streets, parties, bars, and homes.
    16. Peer educators would meet with young women, talk to them.
    17. The nature of (BFRD) services and where they could access the services, and, if they were interested, give them a referral slip to be produced the first time a young woman.
    18. Who sells sex accessed (BFRD) Peer outreach was conducted between January 2020 still continuous.

     

 

  Flood Relief Activity 2022

Beacon Foundation Faisalabad is working since 2010……… For the welfare of Youth vulnerable communities and HIV through various social and entrepreneurial activities…….. Beacon Foundation is willing to work with flood affected people of South Punjab.

Beacon Foundation will distribute luggage to help flood affected communities of Ranjan Pur (34886) total population  , DG Khan (399,064) total population, and Tunsa Shareef (97,100).

Beacon Foundation is willing to distribute luggage in partnership with the Office of Research Innovation and Commercialization ORIC of MNS University of Agriculture Multan Pakistan and Rafique Research and Educational Society.

 

Please see the attached introduction of our organization and work in past.

 

  • Over 1 million people affected by heavy rains and floods across Pakistan, including 580 people killed and 939 injured.
  • A rapid multi-Sector area needs assessment has been launched in the 10 most affected districts of RanjanPur, DG khan and Tunsa Shareef, to enable a more informed and effective humanitarian response for people in need.
  • The Government of Pakistan has exempted all local NGOs that have filed applications with Economic Affairs Division (EAD) from having to sign MoUs with the EAD to conduct flood relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction activities in flood-affected provinces across the country for six months (August 2022 to February 2023).
  • NGO provided Beacon foundation for search a development food package for 1500 peoples family distributed in RanjanPur,DG khan and Tunsa Shareef

Beacon Foundation Research and Development

Primary Work Experience

  1. Mapping and Integrated Biological & Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) for key Population in Faisalabad by AP Consultants/Bridge Consultants Foundation in collaboration with Punjab AIDS Control Program (2016)

It was a cross-sectional behavioral and biological survey of four Key Populations (IDU, FSW’s, MSW’s and HSW’s) in selected cities of Punjab to analyze the key socio-demographic characteristics, behaviors & HIV prevalence (Integrated Behavioral & Biological Surveillance) of KP’s.

  1. 2015 – 16 HIV/AIDS Surveillance National and Provincial AIDS Control Program Round (IV) by Bahria University/Bridge Consultants Foundation in collaboration with Punjab AIDS Control Program, Government of Punjab health department (2015 – 16)

It was a cross-sectional behavioral and biological survey of four Key Populations (IDU, FSW’s, MSW’s and HSW’s) in selected cities of Punjab, Sindh and KPK to analyze the key socio-demographic characteristics, behaviors & HIV prevalence (Integrated Behavioral & Biological Surveillance) of KP’s.

The main objectives of the study were:

  • To provide accurate information on size and characteristics of KP through geographic & network mapping in selected cities of Punjab
  • To estimate (HIV) sero-prevelance among the KP in Punjab
  • To determine the type & extent of risky behaviors among KP in Punjab
  1. HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Faisalabad & Sargodha supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2014 – 16

The HIV prevalence among IDU’s in Punjab is around 38%. According to HASP round 4, the prevalence of HIV in different cities in ISU’s is Lahore (30.8%), Faisalabad (52.5%), Sargodha (40.5%), DG Khan (49.5%). In view epidemic dynamics, there is an urgent need to provide effective HIV prevention services among street-based IDU’s.

The purpose of this project is to halt the HIV prevalence in IDU’s at the current level or it does not increase by than 5% above current level. This includes the services for harm reductions, syringe exchange program, primary healthcare, STI infections, sexual and reproductive health and behavior change services that will be provided to all categories of IDU’s.

  1. Provision of HIV Prevention and Diagnostic Services for Jail Inmates in Central Jail Faisalabad, a Project of Punjab AIDS Control Program, Government of Punjab Health Department from May 2015 to June 2016 (Discontinued due to Jails Recent Security Matters)

Many of the Jail Inmates are drug Users and practice various high risk activities which put them at a higher risk of acquiring HIV infection. Furthermore, it is known from international experience that many of the high risk activities such as unprotected sex among men, injecting drugs etc. are common in Jails.

The purpose of the project is to provide HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care services to the Jail Inmates in Central Jail Faisalabad. The services included peer outreach for counseling for HIV prevention and reduction of risky behaviors, condom and treatment of drug use to curtail the practice of various risky behaviors including injecting drug use.

  1. 2014 Mapping and Integrated Biological & Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) for key Population in Faisalabad funded by Punjab AIDS Control Program, Department of Health, Government of Punjab

It was a cross-sectional behavioral and biological survey of four Key Populations (IDU, FSW’s, MSW’s and HSW’s) in selected cities of Punjab to analyze the key socio-demographic characteristics, behaviors & HIV prevalence (Integrated Behavioral & Biological Surveillance) of KP’s.

The main objectives of the study were:

  • To provide accurate information on size and characteristics of KP through geographic & network mapping in selected cities of Punjab
  • To estimate (HIV) sero-prevelance among the KP in Punjab
  • To determine the type & extent of risky behaviors among KP in Punjab
  1. Project on HTC / VCT for Spouses of PWID / IDU’s in Faisalabad and Sargodha 2014

Identifying Injecting Drug Users in different cities, who were married, approached their families and gave awareness about HIV/AIDS, conducted tests, and referred positive member to the Government Centers for further treatment. Developed the consent form, the data collection questionnaire, Protocols for pre and post counseling, format to record the testing according to the recommended “Three Rapid Testing Kits to monitor the progress and generate the report required by the UNICEF, Pakistan and PACP.

  1. Distribution of Wheel Chairs among the disabled with the help of Australian High Commission (Direct Aid Program)

Conducted a survey and gathered data regarding disabled people, Social welfare was also helpful in providing data in that regard. 200 different families were selected and wheel chairs were distributed to them in the Head office and at their premises as well.

  1. HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Faisalabad supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2012 ~ 2013

The HIV prevalence among IDU’s in Punjab is around 38%. According to HASP round 4, the prevalence of HIV in different cities in ISU’s is Lahore (30.8%), Faisalabad (52.5%), Sargodha (40.5%), and DG Khan (49.5%). In view epidemic dynamics, there is an urgent need to provide effective HIV prevention services among street-based IDU’s.

The purpose of this project is to halt the HIV prevalence in IDU’s at the current level or it does not increase by than 5% above current level. This includes the services for harm reductions, syringe exchange program, primary healthcare, STI infections, sexual and reproductive health and behavior change services that will be provided to all categories of IDU’s.

 

  1. HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Sargodha supported Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2012 ~ 2013

The purpose of this project is to halt the HIV prevalence in IDU’s at the current level or it does not increase by than 5% above current level. This includes the services for harm reductions, syringe exchange program, primary healthcare, STI infections, sexual and reproductive health and behavior change services that will be provided to all categories of IDU’s.

 

  1. HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Among street base injecting drug users in Faisalabad supported by Punjab AIDS Control program, Health department (Govt. of Punjab) in 2011 ~ 2012

The purpose of this project is to halt the HIV prevalence in IDU’s at the current level or it does not increase by than 5% above current level. This includes the services for harm reductions, syringe exchange program, primary healthcare, STI infections, sexual and reproductive health and behavior change services that will be provided to all categories of IDU’s.

 

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