News

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

A spreadsheet was published to fill contacts details of face-to-face and online services for refugees and migrants with a focus on HIV care and key population groups due to the escalating humanitarian crisis and the increasing flows of refugees from Ukraine

Dear colleagues,  Due to the escalating humanitarian crisis and the increasing flows of refugees from Ukraine, the Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health and the EECA Regional Platform created a spreadsheet to fill contacts details of face-to-face and online services for refugees and migrants (with a focus on HIV care and key population groups).https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rNun6Qe8kPHuecoOdBvU-YTnVlLHiYM7iPB-jF4RoGg/edit?usp=sharing

REG is pleased to present the two studies: Situation analysis of the nexus of migration and HIV care for returned migrants in Armenia and Uzbekistan

The Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health conducted two studies in two EECA countries— Armenia and Uzbekistan aimed to gain an understanding about the legal and institutional barriers the returned migrants face: “Situation analysis of migration HIV-related health services for returned migrants in Armenia and Uzbekistan”.   The Russian Federation, which is the host

REG is inviting to participate at The Roundtable “Migrants’ access to healthcare in Eastern Europe and Central Asia”

On December 17, 2021 Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health, TB Europe Coalition with support from HIV Policy Lab (Georgetown University) will hold a Roundtable “Migrants access to healthcare in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: shaping interventions grounded in research evidence” timed to the International Migrant Day. The event will be broadcasted online via

REG to chair a Migration and Health session at the HSE conference called “Integration of migrants and refugees in the XXI century”

On October 13-15, 2021, an international conference “Migrants and refugees Integration in the 21st Century” will be held at the the Institute for Social Policy of the National Research University Higher School of Economics. Co-organizers of the conference are the French-Russian Research Center for Social Sciences in Moscow, Regional Expert Group on Migration and Health