covid-19

EMCDDA webinar: COVID-19 and drug policy

Lisbon,

Background: this is the 6th EMCDDA webinar on the Coronavirus. It will be exploring with the help of three experts from Northern, Central, Southern European EU countries (Finland, Greece and The Netherlands) whether the COVID-19 related emergency is having or is going to have any impact on Drugs Policy.

УНП ООН оказывает поддержку национальным партнерам в обеспечении непрерывности и устойчивости услуг по лечению, уходу и реабилитации во время пандемии COVID-19 для людей, употребляющих наркотики

Ментор УНП ООН инициировал вебинар, проходивший 24 июня 2020 года в Узбекистане. Целью вебинара являлось организация форума заинтересованных специалистов для обмена важным международным опытом по обеспечению непрерывности и устойчивости услуг по лечению наркозависимости, профилактике, уходу и поддержке в связи с ВИЧ для людей, употребляющих наркотики и как осуществлять научно-обоснованную политику, обеспечивающую доступ к эффективным программам по лечению наркозависимости и ВИЧ для людей, употребляющих наркотики. Новые вызовы и растущие проблемы для лечения и ухода, предложения УНП

UNODC Supports National Partners in Ensuring the Continuity and Sustainability of Treatment, Care and Rehabilitation during the COVID-19 Pandemic for People who Use Drugs

UNODC Mentor initiated webinar held on 24 June 2020 in Uzbekistan. The purpose of the webinar was to create a forum for national experts to share valuable international experience on how to ensure the continuity and sustainability of drug dependence treatment, HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services for people who use drugs and how to implement evidence-based policies that ensure access to effective drug dependence treatment and HIV programmes for people who use drugs

UNODC Ensuring Continuum of Care for People Who Use and Inject Drugs, Including Those in Prisons During COVID-19 in Coastal Kenya

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Office for Eastern Africa (ROEA) supports Kenyan counties in COVID-19 prevention efforts for key and most vulnerable populations. In the spirit of leaving no one behind, acknowledging the increased infection risks of people who use and inject drugs, including those in prison settings, an in an effort to be COVID-19 responsive, UNODC focused its technical and financial support to expand the range existing and new

SPYM Newsletter

The Society for the Promoting of Youth and Masses (SPYM) have released their latest newsletter. In this edition, you can read about the following successful initiaitves that SPYM have set up in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: Provision of Nutritious Cooked Food Arrangements of Necessary Supplies for Sanitation and Hygiene Community Sensitization on Social Distancing, Proper Sanitation & Hygene Practice, Use of Masks and Cough Etiquette Building Community Resilience through SPYM's 4 C Model