Project HOPE has been working in the Ukraine since 2002, when we introduced the Useful Habits program. This life-skills program used an interactive teaching methodology, which focused on drug use prevention and HIV prevention and education for children in primary schools. In 2007, Project HOPE began collaborating with the Futures Group on a five-year, USAID-funded HIV/AIDS Service Capacity project in the Ukraine. Our activities were focused on community mobilization for the most-at-risk populations in the Ukraine.
Since 2012, Project HOPE has been implementing a five-year, USAID-funded Strengthening Tuberculosis Control in Ukraine project in partnership with Chemonics in ten regions of the Ukraine. Through this program, Project HOPE is providing technical expertise in the areas of infection control at the hospital level, improving access to TB/HIV co-infection services, building capacity for multi-drug-resistant TB treatment, strengthening laboratories and training public health providers in case detection and treatment.
Project HOPE is supporting Ukraine’s SES and oblast health authorities to improve TB infection control measures and create a safer environment in Ukrainian health facilities.
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