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Extention of a call for proposals: Interviewers to conduct a Study “Ukrainian refugees in receiving countries: barriers, coping strategies and community engagement to enable effective access to HIV and TB care” in Poland, Lithuania, Georgia and Moldova

REG is pleased to reannounce a call of expression of interest for researchers to conduct a Study “Ukrainian refugees in receiving countries: barriers, coping strategies and community engagement to enable effective access to HIV and TB care”. Objective of the Stydy: the proposed project aims are to explore specific barriers Ukrainian refugees living with HIV and

Extension of the call for proposals for Georgia based companies to provide logistics and administrative services for the organization of international events within the ongoing REG activities

Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health in Eastern Europe and Central Asia invites Georgia based companies to participate in Competitive bidding (tender) in order to provide logistics and administrative services for the three upcoming international events. The deadline for submission of proposals is September 30, 2022, 18:00 Tbilisi. For detailed information, please, see the Terms

REG is recruiting

The Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health (REG) is looking for an experienced Project Coordinator for a part-time (3/4) position to join the Executive Committee of the Regional Expert Group of Migration and Health For detailes please see the Terms of Reference . If you are interested in applying, please send your CV and

REG is looking for a Sociologist, Interviewers and an Audio Transcriber to conduct a Study “Ukrainian refugees in receiving countries: barriers, coping strategies and community engagement to enable effective access to HIV and TB care”

REG is pleased to announce a call of expression of interest for researchers to conduct a Study “Ukrainian refugees in receiving countries: barriers, coping strategies and community engagement to enable effective access to HIV and TB care”. Objective of the Stydy: the proposed project aims are to explore specific barriers Ukrainian refugees living with HIV

Call for proposals for Georgia based companies to provide logistics and administrative services for the organization of international events within the ongoing REG activities

Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health in Eastern Europe and Central Asia invites Georgia based companies to participate in Competitive bidding (tender) in order to provide logistics and administrative services for the three upcoming international events. The deadline for submission of proposals is September 20, 2022, 18:00 Tbilisi. For detailed information, please, see the Terms

REG is pleased to present the new Study: “Situation and Economic Analysis of HIV Services for International Migrants in Kazakhstan”

“Situation and Economic Analysis of HIV Services for International Migrants in Kazakhstan” This report presents the results of a situational and economic analysis conducted in 2021-2022, which examined the availability of health care to HIV-positive migrants temporarily residing in the Republic of Kazakhstan, and analysed the barriers and trajectories of their overcoming in access to

REG is pleased to present the the study conducted in 2021-2022: “Overview of civil society-based and facility-based best practices in providing support to foreign migrants in the Russian Federation and eliminating the barriers in their access to HIV services”

The Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health conducted the study: “Overview of civil society-based and facility-based best practices in providing support to foreign migrants in the Russian Federation and eliminating the barriers in their access to HIV services” The goal of this study is documenting the best practices in providing support and eliminating barriers

REG produced booklets on health for migrants in Russia in six languages

The Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health has prepared a series of information materials on various aspects of health for migrants in Russia. Doctors and social workers both from Russia and from other EECA countries, who have extensive experience in working with the target audience, as well as professional translators, participated in the preparation