How does ideal combination prevention look like to you? — EATG survey is online

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What is most important in the way an HIV prevention service is provided to you?

EATG together with:

  • European Sex Workers Rights Alliance (ESWA);
  • ILGA Europe;
  • ReShape / IHP / Chemsex forum;
  • The Eurasian Coalition on Health, Rights, Gender and Sexual Diversity (ECOM);
  • The European Network for the Promotion of Rights and Health among Migrant Sex Workers (TAMPEP);
  • The European Network of People who Use Drugs (EuroNPUD);
  • The Sex Workers’ Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN);
  • Transgender Europe (TGEU)

are conducting a bilingual survey (EN/RU) of individuals belonging to and/or working with populations most affected by HIV in Europe and Central Asia. This community survey seeks to understand specific community perspectives on how HIV combination prevention services are designed and delivered at local level.

You are invited to complete the 10-minute survey and share widely within your networks.



  • Clarify what communities want and value as part of a good HIV combination prevention service provision.
  • Identify any considerations needed for different communities.


Expected outcome

Survey findings will be used to create a tool for monitoring HIV prevention services at community-level in relation to community-defined quality standards.


Who should respond to this survey?

We are particularly looking for responses from men who have sex with men, sex workers, transgender and gender diverse persons, migrants, people who use drugs, chemsex users, and persons working in organisations who actively engage with these groups, but all responses are welcome.

We thank you in advance for your collaboration.


The survey closes on 15 February 2023

Please complete and share widely!

Please find below the links for the surveys in English and Russian:




The survey is part of the SCOPE project. SCOPE aims to strengthen community engagement at local and regional levels to reduce the gap in access and use of HIV combination prevention interventions by populations that are most affected by HIV, but which remain inadequately served by the health system and which are underrepresented in policy and public debate.

The SCOPE project has been developed by the EATG, and was made possible through a grant from ViiV Healthcare Europe Ltd.


Have a question? Please feel free to contact Ann-Isabelle von Lingen ().




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