Health promotion

COVID-19 HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support for People who Use Drugs and People in Prisons

Created by
UNODC

All people have the right to health, even in countries under lockdown or where a state of emergency has been declared. 

People who use drugs can be particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 due to underlying health issues, stigma, social marginalization and higher economic and social vulnerabilities, including a lack of access to housing and health care.

Alcohol and the Outbreak: Free Webinar

Webinar,

The coronavirus outbreak has created radically new conditions for everyone, including those working to reduce alcohol harm.

They pose profound new challenges, while changing the social and economic drivers of harm, perhaps not always for the worse.

Expert speaker will seed a free-flowing group discussion of a vast and rapidly evolving topic.

Increased Alcohol Advertisement Regulation in Kenya

One of the key recommendations to reduce alcohol related harm is for countries to introduce policies that regulate how companies advertise their alcohol products. This measure, along with adjustments in alcohol taxation, is a measure that the Kenyan government has introduced to tackle the large scale harm that is caused by drinking. This Bill aims to: ensure advertisers using outdoor advertisement respect the environment and the structures upon which the advertisements are displayed, and bring

Diabetes and Endocrinology Utilitarian Conferences Gathering

Berlin, Germany,

We cordially invite you to the Diabetes and Endocrinology Conference set up in Berlin, Germany during July 29-30, 2020. The theme of the conference is “Connecting and Interacting with the latest findings in Diabetes and Endocrinology”. Diabetes conferences includes Keynote lectures and workshops.