Projects

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Advocacy for access, sustainability, and quality of harm reduction services and for protection of human rights for people who use drugs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Countries of implementation: Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Timeline: December 2017 – November 2019

Budget: 738,328 USD

Project donor: Open Society Foundations (OSF)

CRG Regional Platform

Countries covered by project:  Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Project timeline: December 2017 – April 2020

Overall budget: 450,000 USD

Project donor:  The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Right to Life

Countries of implementation: Estonia, Russia

Timeline: November 2017 – November 2018

Budget: 50 000 USD

Project donor: Levi Strauss Foundation

Money Can Buy Health If You Budget For It by Eurasian Regional Consortium

Countries covered by project: Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia incl. Armenia, Estonia and Kyrgyzstan. 

Project timeline: October 2017 – December 2018 

Overall budget: 345 710 USD

Project donor: Robert Carr Network Fund

Countries covered by project: Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Project timeline: October 2017 - December 2018

Budget of EHRA: 105 613 USD (in 2017 - 32 126 USD; in 2018 – 73 486 USD)

Budget of ENPUD: 21 044 USD (in 2017 - 6 401 USD; in 2018 – 14 643 USD)

Project donor: Robert Carr Network Fund

Vaizdo rezultatas pagal užklausą „afew international“

Countries covered by project: Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Project timeline: July 2017 - October 2018

Overall budget: 74 338 EUR

Project donor: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands through AFEW International

Countries covered by project: Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Project timeline: June 2017 - December 2017

Overall budget: 24,950 USD

Project donor: Rights Reporter Foundation

Countries covered by project: Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Project timeline: June 2017 - December 2017

Overall budget: 15,000 EUR

Project donor: International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD)