Co-Lead: Qualitative Research Report, Summary Report from the Community Workshop & Policy and Operational Brief

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The Co-Lead Research Report looked at community-level access to rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for self-testing of HIV and/or HCV in seven countries: Armenia, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Slovenia, and the Russian Federation.

Available in English.


The Summary Report from the Community Workshop, “HIV/HCV self-testing and community interventions” organised by EATG, the Alliance for Public Health, and the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND). During the meeting community reviewed some of the latest community-based research, interventions on self-testing for HIV and HCV in the region, and priorities for action.

Available in English and Russian.


The Policy and Operational Brief built off the Co-Lead online workshop summary and research report to outline opportunities and challenges, from a community perspective, to inform planning of self-testing for HIV and HCV service delivery at community level to ease its access to and uptake by those who would benefit most.

Available in English and Russian.


In the list of materials you can also find the slidedecks from the Online Community Workshop.



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