1. Reach – Test– Treat: A model for engaging men who have sex with men into HIV services / A. Boyko, D. Darrow de Mora.  Kyiv: Poligraf Plus, 2015. 48 pages
    (in Ukrainian). http://respond.org.ua/file/1u.pdf

The Reach – Test – Treat intervention was developed for engaging men who have sex with men (MSM) into the HIV counseling and testing services.

The manual offers detailed recommendations on enrolling MSM to HIV testing through the social media networks.  The manual contains a description of theories underlying the approaches to on-line counselling, as well as and guidance for implementing organizations on staffing, work place design, interaction with medical facilities, etc.

This manual is recommended for social workers, psychologists, medical staff and other specialists working on HIV prevention among MSM.

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  1. Tuberculosis is Curable: Case management of PLHIV receiving TB treatment. Implementation manual / Olena Nechosina, Alla Boyko. – Kyiv: Poligraf Plus, 2017.
    96 pages (in Ukrainian). http://respond.org.ua/file/2u.pdf

The Tuberculosis is Curable intervention was designed to build adherence to TB treatment among PLHIV as outpatients.

The manual contains descriptions of approaches in the management of PLHIV with TB, and theories underlying the methods of counseling. It includes detailed recommendations for organizations intending to implement the intervention such as staff recruitment, selection of location, interaction with healthcare facilities, etc.

The publication gives a clear outline of intervention-specifics, tools, techniques, and implementation strategy.

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  1. Integrated program to build ART adherence among clients of HIV-service organizations and strengthen their economic independence. Part 1. Integration of ART adherence and economic strengthening programs
    / O. Galchynska, T. Semygina. Kyiv: Poligraf plus, 2017. 28 pages (in Ukrainian).
    http://respond.org.ua/file/3u.pdf

The aim of this integrated intervention is to enhance the effectiveness of HIV treatment through improvement of financial situation of key affected clients: women with young children.

Clients of non-governmental organizations hold the opportunity to influence two important areas of their lives: health and financial independence reinforcing each other during the implementation of the intervention.

This program consists of two interventions: Patient School and Studio of Opportunities.

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  1. Integrated program to build ART adherence among clients of HIV-service organizations and strengthen their economic independence. Part 2. The Patient School Intervention on building ART adherence / A. Boyko, N. Dmytryshyna, N. Tiuleneva. Kyiv: Poligraf plus, 2017. 130 pages (in Ukrainian).
    http://respond.org.ua/file/4u.pdf

The purpose of the Patient School intervention is building adherence to ART and other medical services among PLHIV including timely intake of ART and regular medical appointments.

The intervention is implemented over six individual counselling sessions and lasts for about six months. The Patient School program is designed as part of an integrated intervention but it can be an independent intervention as well.

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  1. Integrated program to build ART adherence among clients of HIV-service organizations and strengthen their economic independence. Part 3. Studio of Opportunities Intervention on Economic Strengthening / O. Galchynska,
    T. Semygina. Kyiv: Poligraf plus, 2017. 224 pages (in Ukrainian).
    http://respond.org.ua/file/5u.pdf

The Studio of Opportunities intervention was developed for women living with HIV who have children under the age of six. The intervention is aimed at individual social support and group social work to empower clients to overcome difficult life circumstances, take care of their children and access other social and psychological services.

The Studio of Opportunities was designed as part of an integrated intervention, but it can be implemented as an independent intervention as well.

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