Within the framework of the project beneficiaries are provided with: 

- Peer-to-peer conseling, 

- Counseling on HIV, transmission routes, prevention measures and available HIV services, 

- Provision of condoms, syringes, needles, alcohol swabs, 

- HIV pre-test and post-test counseling, 

- Self-testing for HIV, 

- Consultation and referral for Hepatitis B, C examination, 

- Self-testing for hepatitis C, 

- Counseling and referral for tuberculosis examination, 

- Provision of information on methadone substitution treatment and referral to National Center for Addictions Treatment, 

- Provision of informational materials, 

- Legal advice, 

- Counseling and support of a social worker, 

- Other services. 

Services are provided through outreach work. 


The work of specialists with beneficiaries is guided by the following principles: 

- Uphold the supremacy of human rights  

- Maintain the privacy of personal data  

- Ensure transparency and accountability in all activities  

- Act in the best interest of the beneficiary  

- Adopt an individualized and needs-based approach to each beneficiary  

- Respect the beneficiary's right to self-determination.