1. The Project Start intervention increases the HIV testing uptake and decreases HIV risk behaviours among men released from prison. A randomized controlled study in Ukraine. Summary of the analytical report
    / T. Kiriazova, О. Neduzhko, Y. Sereda et al. Kyiv: USAID RESPOND project, 2016.
    Poster presentation. http://respond.org.ua/file/35e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the feasibility, fidelity and effectiveness study of the implementation of the  Project Start intervention targeted at prisoners transitioning to the community.

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 prisoners being transitioned into the community.

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  1. Summary of the results of an implementation study of the Seven Steps behavioral intervention for injecting drug users / Kyiv: USAID RESPOND Project, 2016. 8 pages. http://respond.org.ua/file/36e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the randomized controlled study of the feasibility, fidelity and effectiveness of the implementation of the Seven Steps intervention for PWID. The report includes the results of a cost-effectiveness study of the intervention through the social return on investment.

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

The publication may be useful for NGO managers, researchers and social workers interacting with PWID and other key populations.

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  1. MSM community mobilization for HIV prevention in Ukraine: the effectiveness of the Mpowerment behavioral intervention. Summary of the analytical report / Kyiv: USAID RESPOND Project, 2016. Poster presentation.
    http://respond.org.ua/file/37e.pdf

This publication contains key findings from the feasibility, fidelity and effectiveness study of the implementation of the  “Mpowerment” intervention for HIV prevention among MSM.

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

The publication may be useful for NGO managers, researchers and social workers interacting with MSM and other key populations.

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