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Ensuring security of drug users and service providers in the streets of Mombasa

Building on the experiences of harm reduction work in the Netherlands and in Pakistan, Bridging the Gaps partners Mainline and Nai Zindagi jointly organised a training on ‘Comprehensive outreach-based harm reduction services’ in Kenya.  The training (held from 12-16 August) was organised for staff from Mainline’s three Kenyan partner organisations …

Expanding harm reduction knowledge in Kenya

In follow up of earlier exchange visits this year, Bridging the Gaps partner organisations Mainline and Nai Zindagi jointly organised a training for their colleagues in Kenya on ‘Comprehensive outreach-based harm reduction services to prevent HIV infection’. The aim of the training was to increase knowledge and skills on harm …

Bridging the Gaps applauds strategic partnerships pursued by Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation

Lilianne Ploumen, Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation submitted a new policy document ‘What the world deserves’ to the Dutch Parliament regarding the Dutch vision on the international development agenda after 2015. In a recent letter to the Parliament, she goes more deeply into the future role of …

Report: Universal Access? Not without Rights!

Achievements of Bridging the Gaps – Health and Rights for Key Populations Implementing social media and internet-based interventions for LGBT in Brazil; increasing life skills of young women and girls involved in sex work in Uganda; introducing mobile CD4 count machines to efficiently screen PLHIV who need Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) …