1. HIV epidemic among key populations in Ukraine. Review of secondary data
    / А. Boyko, М. DiCarlo, O. Doroshenko, O. Morozova, L. Sherburn. Kyiv, 2013.  97 pages. http://respond.org.ua/file/30e.pdf

This report summarizes findings from national assessments, bio-behavioral surveillance, and program reports by key populations: people who inject drugs (PWID), female sex workers (FSW), men who have sex with men (MSM), prisoners, most-at-risk adolescents (MARA) and people living with HIV (PLHIV).

For each key populations, four main topics were reviewed and available data summarized: epidemiological data, behavioral and contextual information, legal and policy frameworks, and intervention and service coverage.

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  1. Evaluation of the behavioral intervention Tuberculosis is Curable for people living with HIV and TB. Summary of the analytical report / Y. Sereda, T. Kiriazova, R. Yorick and others. Kyiv: USAID RESPOND Project, 2017. 8 pages.
    http://respond.org.ua/file/31e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the feasibility, fidelity and effectiveness study of the implementation of the Tuberculosis is Curable intervention. The intervention was designed in Ukraine for people living with HIV and tuberculosis to build adherence to TB treatment. 

The publication may be useful for NGO managers, researchers and social workers interacting with PLHIV.

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  1. Evaluation of the behavioral intervention “Steps towards Health”
    for people living with HIV and using injection drugs. Analytical report

    / Y. Sereda, T. Kiriazova, R. Yorick et al. Kyiv: USAID RESPOND Project, 2017. 36 pages.
    http://respond.org.ua/file/32e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the feasibility, fidelity and effectiveness study of the implementation of the Steps towards Health intervention targeting PLHIV who inject drugs. The intervention was designed in Ukraine to build adherence to medical services among PLHIV/PWID.

The publication may be useful for NGO managers, researchers and social workers interacting with PLHIV who inject drugs.

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  1. Evaluation of the promising integrated intervention for people living with HIV. Analytical report / Y. Barska, A. Boyko, R. Yorick et al. Kyiv: USAID RESPOND Project, 2017. 74 pages. http://respond.org.ua/file/33e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the evaluation of the feasibility, fidelity and effectivenss study of the implementation of the promising integrated intervention designed in Ukraine for PLHIV who are being prepared for ART or exhibiting poor adherence to treatment.

The publication may be useful for NGO managers, researchers and social workers interacting with PLHIV.

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  1. Assessment of the implementation and effectiveness of the Street Smart intervention in Ukraine. Summary of the analytical report
    / Sreda Y. Kyiv: USAID RESPOND Project, 2016. 6 pages. http://respond.org.ua/file/34e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the feasibility, fidelity and effectiveness study of the implementation of the Street Smart intervention targeting adolescents practicing HIV risky behaviors.

The report provides recommendations on improving the effectiveness of this intervention in Ukraine, while it has proven its effective elsewhere in the world.

The publication may be useful for NGO managers, researchers and social workers interacting with adolescents most at-rick of HIV.

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