Legalizing migrants with HIV in Russia.

The first edition of this report was prepared in 2018 with the financial support from East European and Central Asian Union of PLHIV. This second edition was updated in June 2020 was made possible through the support provided by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and Norwegian Red Cross.Documents

Cost analysis on the provision of HIV-related medical services to international migrants in the Russian Federation.

The study was conducted by REG’s research group in 2021. Russian version is also available.

Situation analysis of HIV-related health services for foreign migrants in the Russian Federation.

The Study was conducted be REG’s research group in 2021. Russian version is also available.

POLICY BRIEF
based on the results of an operational study
Situation and economic analysis of HIV services for
international migrants in the Russian Federation”. Also, available in RUS.

POLICY BRIEF
based on the results of an operational study
Legal and policy barriers to migrants’ access to
HIV services in Armenia”. Also, available in RUS.

POLICY BRIEF
based on the results of an operational study
Assessment of Access to Health Services, Care,
and Support for Labor Migrants Living with HIV:
Uzbekistan”. Available also in RUS.

SITUATION AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF HIV SERVICES FOR INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS IN KAZAKHSTAN

REG 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 health care for international migrants living with HIV. Also, the report is available in RUS

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

REG presents the study that was conducted in late 2021 – early 2022 to analyze the experience of civil society organizations and health institutions in working with such difficult and sensitive topic as HIV and migration. It resulted in collecting and analyzing the best practices in HIV prevention, awareness-raising and ensuring access to treatment for foreign migrants living with HIV used by NGO staff and health professionals in the EECA region. Also, the report is available in RUS