Projects & Initiatives


Kyrgyzstan: Protecting the privacy and dignity of people living with HIV and AIDS

By Larisa Bashmakova and Jyldyz Kuvatova Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan – When he learned that he had acquired HIV from injecting drugs, 35-year-old Mirlan (not his real name) sought help from the Regional AIDS Prevention Centre in Jalalabad, Kyrgyzstan. One day in 2005, television reporters showed up with a rmore


Leveraging knowledge in managing Global Fund grants

As part of its work with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, UNDP has launched a country-to-country support mechanism—under which an expert from one country travels to another receiving its first Global Fund grant to support key implementation processes such as financing, procumore


Responding to the HIV Epidemic in Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s HIV crisis Ethiopia’s first cases of HIV were reported in 1986 and the disease rapidly spread. By 2009, an estimated 1.1 million Ethiopians were living with HIV but the country had limited resources and capacity to address the epidemic. In the late 1990s the Government launched a major HImore

UNDP and Global Fund support Tajikistan’s response to HIV, TB and Malaria

The HIV epidemic in Tajikistan is classified as a concentrated epidemic, more prevalent among Key Affected Populations such as people who inject drugs, sex workers and men who have sex with men. According to UNAIDS, as of 2013 approximately 14,000 people live with HIV in Tajikistan, out of a total more

  • previous
  • 1
  • next