Projects implemented by HealthRight

HIV Prevention, Testing and Treatment for Youth and Women in Conflict with the Law in Ukraine

Project timeline: September, 2016 – September, 2019

Donor: Elton John AIDS Foundation

Granter: HealthRight International in partnership with the ICF “Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health”

Project goal Reducing incarceration in high-HIV-prevalence adult prisons (youth and women) and improving access to HIV testing and treatment for those in conflict with the law Timeframe September, 2016 – September, 2019 (36 Months) Implementing organization  HealthRight International in partnership with the ICF “Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health” Implementation sites Six adolescent prisons (in Kovel,

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Strengthening humanitarian response to the need of most vulnerable women and female adolescents affected by armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine through multi-sectorial prevention and response to GBV and access to SRH services

Project timeline: 2015 - 2016

Donor: United Nation’s Population Fund

Granter: Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health

PROJECT REGIONS:  Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia regions and controlled by the Ukrainian Government areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.  SYNOPSIS The project is addressing humanitarian needs of most vulnerable woman and female adolescents affected by armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine through trough strengthening of the multi-sectorial coordination, protection and prevention systems and enhancing access to legal,

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Emergency Support for Victims of Torture in Ukraine

Project timeline: July-December 2015

Donor: UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

Granter: HealthRight International

The goal of the project is to provide screening and referrals for comprehensive social, psychological and legal services for soldiers engaged in the security operation in Eastern Ukraine and internally displaced women, as well as provision of psychological, social and legal services to survivors of torture, their family members, including provision of psychological first aid,

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Access to HIV Prevention, Testing and Treatment for Street-Involved Women and Girls in Kyiv

Project timeline: September 1, 2014 - August 31, 2015


Granter: ICF "Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health"

Population/Community Description The project target population is street-involved girls and women who are extremely vulnerable to HIV, STIs, and unplanned pregnancy, as well as violence, discrimination and stigma. Street-involved girls and women include those who are living and sleeping all or part of the time on the street, in informal housing (basements, sewers or unfinished

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Violence Free: Improving Access to Social Services Across Ukraine

Project timeline: December 23, 2014 – December 23, 2016

Donor: EU Delegation to Ukraine

Granter: International Charitable Fund “Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health”, supported by HealthRight International Representative Office in Ukraine

Project goal – Promote inclusive and empowered local communities by strengthening CSOs’ and local governments’ capacities to improve the availability, access to and quality of social and rehabilitation services to survivors and perpetrators of violence against women (VAW). Geographical coverage: Kyiv city and 10 administrative regions of Ukraine Partners: Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine, All-Ukrainian Public

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Improving Capacity of Service Providers in Psychosocial Adaptation of Internally Displaced Families with Children

Project timeline: January 26 – July 26, 2015

Donor: East Europe Foundation (EEF)

Granter: ICF "Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health"

Project goal: Increase capacity of governmental and NGO service providers (social workers, psychologists, teachers, volunteers) who provide psychosocial support and adaptation services in Kyiv and Kyiv region for internally displaced children and their parents who fled from violence in Eastern Ukraine. Project objectives: Developing manual (30 – 40 pages) for service providers on provision of psychosocial

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Ensuring Access to Reproductive Health Services in Kyiv for Women and Girls in Difficult Living Circumstances Caused by Homelessness, Violence or HIV

Project timeline: January 19, 2015 – June 19, 2015

Donor: Project “Reproductive Health in Ukraine”, Grant Program for Non-Governmental Organizations

Granter: Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health (UFPH)

Project goal: Ensure access to reproductive health services in Kyiv for women and girls in difficult living circumstances caused by homelessness, violence, or HIV through strengthening partnership, improving capacity and coordination of services of NGOs and healthcare facilities in Kyiv (women’s clinics, youth friendly clinics, dermatovenerologic dispensaries). Project objectives: 1. Establish partnership and collaboration between

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