Project/program publications

Results of the 2015 study: Monitoring of Behavior and HIV Prevalence among People Who Inject Drugs and Their Sexual Partners

The report is based on the 2015 study “Monitoring of behavior and HIV prevalence among the injecting drug users and their sexual partners as a component of second generation HIV surveillance». The study results presented in the report describe social and demographic structure of the group, provide information about the prevalence of key risky sexual and behavioral practices, level of access to the prevention and treatment programs, HIV, HBV, HCV and syphilis prevalence.