Inventory of interventions responding to HIV/AIDS  in Ukraine

The inventory of interventions was initiated in 2013 to summarize best practices of effective bio-behavioral and structural interventions implemented in Ukraine and determine the level of evidence for each intervention.

Intervention - is is an engagement with a certain person or small group (up to 20 people) focused on achieving changes in their behavior and/or health.  Read more...

 

Mapping of services for HIV key populations 

A service mapping was conducted by the USAID RESPOND project in Dnipropetrovsk, Lviv, Mykolayiv, Odesa and Chernigiv oblasts.

The purpose of mapping was to identify and confirm the physical presence of services for key populations which would in turn help to understand accessibility of services in different regions, density of services and locations where services are insufficient. The mapping also provided for conducting of a spatial analysis of availability, accessibility of services in comparison with the epidemiologic situation in region s and the need for different types of HIV/AIDS services.    Read more...

 

Regional profiles online: visualization of HIV/AIDS epidemics data on the oblast level 

Regional profiles were developed to strengthen the use of strategic information for decision making in line with the increasing demand for data use for decision making (DDUDM) approach utilized by the RESPOND project.

Regional profiles are data bases which contain epidemiologic data, results of bio-behavioral studies among most at-risk populations, and data on coverage with prevention and medical services at the level of eight oblasts (Lviv, Odesa, Chernigiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Mykolayiv, Poltava, Zaporizhia and Cherkasy) where project run out its activities. Each group of indicators is presented using the visualization methods best for understanding: diagrams, graphs, maps.   Read more...