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Capacity building

M-CARE – MOBILIZING MIGRANT COMMUNITIES VIA CAPACITY AND ACCESS RECOURSE DEVELOPMENT

Project aims: M-care is a training project that addresses migrant communities from Africa. It aims at improving the capacity of key community leaders to further educate and support local members…

HAND – HEPATITIS ACCESS NEEDS

Project aims: to address the specific access needs within co-infected key populations to hepatitis prevention, testing, treatment and care services and to improve the capacity of key community leaders to…

ESTICOM – European Surveys and Trainings to Improve MSM Community Health

Project aims: to strengthen the community response and raise awareness about the persisting legal, structural, political and social barriers hindering a more effective response to the syndemics of HIV, hepatitis…

Skills Training to Empower Patients – STEP-UP

The STEP-UP programme is a five module, yearlong training academy developed and delivered by the European AIDS Treatment Group. It has been designed to provide HIV education and personal development…

COntinuous Patient Education – COPE

CoPE (Continuous Patient Education) Patient education is one of the major challenges facing the world at large and specifically Eastern and Central European countries. The EATG dedicates part of its…

Improved Treatment and Care Access – ITACA

EATG follows up on the methodology of the treatment continuum to improve access to medicines and diagnostics. Improved Treatment and Care Access (ITACA): Treatment Cascades in Central and South East…

Ageing with HIV – A Lifecycle Approach

As more and more people live and grow older with HIV, the EATG explores the biological and social consequences of living with HIV from childhood to older ages. In order…

HIVee Patient Advocate Workshop cooperation with NAM/AIDSMAP

HIVee Patient Advocate Workshop in Madrid in cooperation with NAM This workshop considers the topic of communication between doctors and patients at a meeting of doctors/health care providers from Western…