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Peer Guide: Prevention Of Spread of HIV amongst Vulnerable Groups In South-Asia This peer guide is a part of the prison toolkit which aims to Facilitate the training of prison staff and inmates. The peer guide includes: 1. The prison intervention design 2. Key messages on drugs, HIV and life Skills We hope this peer guide wi...
UNODC, (2006)
World Drug Report (2010) The report includes in-depth and cross-sectoral analyses of transnational drug markets as well as the latest statistical data and trends regarding the world drug situation. This year, the report also discusses the impact of transnational drug traffic...
UNODC, (2010)
World Drug Report (2015) UNODC is pleased to present the findings of the World Drug Report 2015, based on the best available data and our long-standing research expertise in the many complex facets of drugs and crime. The World Drug Report presents a comprehensive annual ove...
UNODC, (2015)
World Drug Report 2011 Global developments in illicit drug consumption, production and trafficking: Globally, UNODC estimates that, in 2009, between 149 and 272 million people, or 3.3% to 6.1% of the population aged 15-64, used illicit substances at least once in the prev...
UNODC, (2011)
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is committed to promoting health, justice and security by being a global leader in the response to illicit drugs, transnational organized crime and terrorism, which have emerged as major threats to...
UNAIDS, UNODC, (2015)
Legal and Policy Concern Related To IDU Harm Reduction In SAARC Countries AIDS is an extraordinary diseases. As such, it requires an extraordinary response. In South Asia, the HIV epidemic is heterogeneous in nature. Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan have HIV epidemics that are primarily driven by injecting drug use. India- a...
UNODC, DFID, AUSAID, (2007)
Methadone Maintenance Treatment: Intervention Toolkit The project “Prevention of transmission of HIV among drug users in SAARC countries” (Project RAS/H13) is executed by UNODC as part of a joint UN initiative between UNODC, UNAIDS, and WHO in South Asia. The overall goal of this project is to reduce th...
UNODC, AUSAID, (2012)
Prevention Of Transmission Of HIV Among Drug User In SAARC Countries (Module 3) The current module on 'Safer Practices' is the third in the series of the six modules of the intervention tool-kit developed under the UNODC-ROSA project entitled 'Prevention of transmission of HIV among Drug Users in SAARC Countries' (Project code- ...
UNODC, (2006)
Prevention Of Transmission Of HIV Among Drug Users In SAARC Countries (Module 5) The current module on 'Methadone Substitution' is the fifth in the series of the six modules of the intervention tool-kit developed under the UNODC-ROSA project entitled 'Prevention of transmission of HIV among Drug Users in SAARC Countries' (Project...
UNODC, (2006)
Terms of Reference (TOR) for Issuance of Grant to an NGO for provision of protection and rehabilitation services to victims of cross-border trafficking in Nepal Strengthening service provision for protection and assistance to victims of cross-border trafficking between Nepal, Bangladesh and Nepal. Human trafficking is one of the critical issues concerning South Asia.It is felt that in many countries, there i...
UNODC, (2015)
UNODC: Promoting Health, Justice And Rule Of Law UNODC is present in South Asia since 1988, with a Regional Office based in New Delhi, India. The Office covers the countries of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka. UNODC's current work in South Asia with governments and the civi...
UNODC, (2011)
Misuse Of Prescription Drugs: A South Asia Perspective (2011) The human brain and body are among the most complicated and intricately-organised systems in the universe and many of their neurochemical signaling systems orchestrate multiple functions. Therefore, pharmacological attempts to selectively intervene i...
UNODC, (2011)
Migrant Smuggling In Asia: An Annotated Bibliography Volume 2 (2014) This report highlights several good practices in labour migration management from Colombo Process countries that may be replicated within national contexts. The report underscores that, despite recent migration policy successes, challenges remain to ...
UNODC, (2014)
UNODC Annual Report 2014 Organized crime, drug trafficking, corruption, conflict, violence and terrorism are tightly intertwined. No nation remains spared, but these crimes flourish in unstable countries where law enforcement and border controls are weak, poverty is endemic ...
UNODC, (2014)
World Drug Report (2012) Chapter I of this year’s World Drug Report provides an overview of recent trends and the drug situation in terms of production, trafficking and consumption and the consequences of illicit drug use in terms of treatment, drug related diseases and drug...
UNODC, (2012)
Nepal Earthquake (as of 26 April 2015, 7:00pm) Source: unocha.org/nepal, 11:56 local time - 25 April 2015 Epicenter: Lamjung District (north-west) of Kathmandu, Government reports more than 2,200 deaths and over 5,800 injured. Source: NEOC - http://neoc.gov.np/en . Total affected population not y...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Rapid Situation and Response Assessment of Drugs and HIV in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka Injecting drug use (opioids and pharmaceuticals) and HIV associated with injecting drug users (IDUs), has diffused rapidly in the South Asian region. Further, the sexual transmission of HIV from the IDUs to their non-injecting sexual partners has bee...
UNODC, (2008)
Module For Prison Intervention: South Asia This module outlines the roll-out of the intervention strategy for addressing prevention of drugs and HIV in prison settings of South Asia. The strategy is incremental in nature and is being tested in various prison sites across South Asia. The strat...
UNODC, (2007)
Prevention Of Spread Of HIV Amongst Vulnerable Groups In South Asia Worldwide at any given time, there are approximately 10 million prison inmates, with an annual turnover of 30 million. Thus, after release, millions of prisoners return to social networks in the general community, thereby facilitating the spread of H...
UNODC, (2008)
Security, Health, Justice: Communities Networking Partnership Drug and human trafficking have prevailed in the region for a long time. Drug production and trafficking have become more complex as drug markets in the region are evolving and now include an increasing number of drugs, ranging from both natural and ...
UNODC, (2015)
UNODC: Promoting Health, Security And Justice Networks are one of the defining features of the twenty-first century. Globalized systems of trade, transportation and communication enable people and goods, as well as ideas and information, to travel around the world faster than ever before. For th...
UNODC, (2010)
Maldives: Government and UNODC sign new technical cooperation project (2010) Maldives is experiencing a growing drug problem among its youth. According to health professionals and available reports, more than half of the young living in the Maldives, are turning to drugs. As per anecdotal evidences available, t...
UNDOC, (2010)
South Asia News Letter Volume Issue (2010) There are nearly one million drug users in Afghanistan representing 4 percent of the total population. An estimated 14 percent of heroin users are injecting drug users. The wide availability of opiates, unsafe injecting practices, low...
UNDOC, (2010)
Container Control Programme: Annual Report 2014 The mission of the Container Control Programme (CCP) is to build capacity in those countries that seek to improve trade security and facilitation standards and controls at their borders. The CCP develops capability to profile, target and examine cont...
UNODC, WCO, (2014)
UNODC United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), as a cosponsor of Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)aims to increase access to appropriate HIV services by those who use drugs and are in prison. UNODC strives to develop, implement a...
UN, (2015)
Advocacy Strategy: Removing barriers to Scale-up of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Programmes for Injecting Drug Users and Oral Opioid Users in South Asia Globally there are an estimated 15.9 million people who inject drugs in at-least 14 countries. There are many countries where HIV prevalence among people who inject drugs is more than general population or other at-risk populations. Prevalence of hep...
UNODC, UNAIDS, WHO, (2011)
Opioid Substitution Treatment (Buprenorphine): Intervention Toolkit In South Asia, opioid use, and in particular heroin use, is on the increase. The diffusion of injecting drug use is causing concern in the region (UNODC & MSJE, 2004). Heroin and other opioid dependence cause significant morbidity and mortality; it i...
UNODC, AusAID, (2012)
South Asia: United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime Highlights: 1. Anti-human trafficking trainings for forced labour 2. UNODC’s e-learning programme 3. Human rights and counter-terrorism measures 4. Working with Bihar Police, moving towards health-centric responses to drug control #UNConvention ...
UNODC, (2015)
Joint Statement By International Development Partners In Nepal On The Occasion Of The International Day of Anti-Corruption As the world marks the International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December, Nepal’s Development Partners would like to encourage the Government of Nepal to continue addressing corruption and building a culture of integrity. Nepal has made significant str...
UNODC, (2015)
United Nations Office On Drugs And Crime: Nepal (Police) Highlights: 1. Police personnel, by sex, and financial resources, 2005‐2006 2. Crimes recorded in criminal (police) statistics and persons brought into initial formal contact with the police, by type of crime, 2005‐2006 3. Persons brought into fo...
UNODC, (2008)
Prevention Of Transmission of HIV Among Drug Users In SAARC Countries: : Module-6 In many countries, the current dramatic spread of blood-borne infections, from HIV/AIDS to Hepatitis C, is aggravating the suffering that comes from the chronic abuse of drugs. As a result, people at risk of HIV, or already infected by AIDS need tang...
UNODC, AusAID, (2006)
Prevention Of Transmission Of HIV Among Drug Users In SAARC Countries : Module-1 South Asia comprising Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka is wedged between the world's two largest areas of illicit poppy cultivation, commonly referred to as the Golden Crescent and the Golden Triangle.2 Most of these...
UNODC, AusAID, (2006)
Prevention Of Transmission Of HIV Among Drug Users In SAARC Countries : Module-2 Though no real data exists, it is estimated by policy planners and service providers that there are roughly over four million drug users in the SAARC region. Chasing (inhaling the vaporised form) of heroin is popular in the region, though transition ...
UNODC, AusAID, (2006)
ANNEX II-Interim Narrative And Financial Report Completed regular monthly meetings on regular basis on 10 districts in Kathmandu, Bardiya,Banke, Kailali, Jhapa, Makawanpur, Rautahat, Sindhupalchowk, Nuwakot and Kathmandu among the trafficking survivors. In the group meetings it has been discussed ...
UNODC, (2013)
Prevention Of Transmission of HIV Among Drug Users In SAARC Countries,Phase II 2007-12 In March 2010, Phase II of UNODC's H13 Project, Prevention of transmission of HIV among drug users in SAARC countries 2007-12, underwent a mid-term Review. The purpose of the Review was to identify whether mid-course corrections in the design and imp...
UNODC/UNAIDS/WHO, (2010)
Profile, Drug Use Pattern, Risk Behaviour & Selected Bio-Markers Of Women Drug Users From Seven Sites In Nepal Although the problem of drug use among women is being increasingly recognized, female drug use related problems do not often show up in research publications or while developing responses on drug use and/or for HIV/AIDS prevention programmes for vuln...
GON, UNODC, (2011)
Trafficking In Persons Especially On Women And Children In Nepal Trafficking in persons is the worst form of exploitation of human being. It dehumanizes the trafficked person by reducing the subject into a slave like status. According to Trafficking in Person (TIP) report (US Government, 2006) about 8 million peop...
NHRC, ONRT, UNDP, UNODC, (2008)
Global Report on Trafficking in Persons Previous UNODC reports on trafficking in persons have highlighted the lack of knowledge with regard to this crime and called for Member States and the international community to increase efforts towards obtaining a solid understanding of this complex...
UNODC, (2012)
South Asia UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime throughout the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framework of the United Nati...
UNODC, (2011)
South Asia Newsletter Nepal: First national conference on harm reduction and the media. Sri Lanka: National sensitization workshops on comprehensive HIV prevention in prisons. Maldives: Inauguration of the UNODC developed Computer Based Training (CBT) UN Ombudsman visits ...
UNODC, (2011)
South Asia Newsletter UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime through out the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framework of the United Nat...
UNODC, (2010)
South Asia Newsletter UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime throughout the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framework of the United Nati...
UNODC, (2010)
South Asia Newsletter UNODC IN SOUTH ASIA: UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime through out the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framew...
UNODC, (2010)
UNODC marks World Drug Day in South Asia UNODC IN SOUTH ASIA: UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime throughout the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framewo...
UNODC, (2010)
Buddhana - Proud, Inspired, Envisioned The theme of the event is “proud, inspired, envisioned” respecting the present state of opportunity, capability and power of femininity in the 21st century. The event is going to be an innovative implementation of social activism where the issues, ri...
UNODC, (2011)
Buddhana - Proud, Inspired, Envisioned Women have been the inspiration for art since centuries. The bonding of women, their expression through art is remarkable. The event aims to create a pervasive impression on the minds of people in society about the issues of women, through various ...
UNODC, (2011)
South Asia Newsletter - UNODC in South Asia UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime throughout the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framework of the United Nati...
UNODC, (2011)
South Asia Newsletter UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime through out the world and address justice and human security issues. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framework of the United...
UNODC, (2010)
South Asia Newsletter UNODC helps countries and its people to reduce illegal drugs and crime throughout the world and to address justice and human security. It helps Member States with technical assistance, legal advice and research within the framework of the United Nati...
UNODC, (2010)
FINAL EVALUATION REPORT The goals of the regional precursor control project for South and South West Asia was to strengthen precursor chemical control in eight (8) of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries, namely: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, ...
UNODC, (2009)
International Youth Day In today’s increasingly globalized and interconnected world in which more people migrate,young migrants have become powerful agents of positive change and development. In Nepal,overseas migration from all parts of the country has been rising steadily...
UN, (2013)
Regional Programme for South Asia : Promoting the rule of law and countering drugs and crime in South Asia The UNODC Regional Programme for South Asia (2013-2015) aims to set a strategic vision for UNODC cooperation in the region.2 In doing so, UNODC aims to move gradually from a project-led approach to a strategic definition of its priorities at the regi...
UNODC, (2015)
Legislative Guide For The Implementation Of The United Nations Convention Against Corruption The present guide consists of four main parts, presenting issues related to preventive measures (chapter II of the Convention); criminalization (chapter III); international cooperation (chapter IV); and asset recovery (chapter V). The sequence of cha...
UNODC, (2006)
Nepal Drug abuse problem is an international menace and Nepal also has not remained free from its tentacles. Cannabis is widely grown in almost every part of Nepal since time immemorial.Nepal also has a problem of wild cannabis growing in abundance in high...
UNGASS, UNODC, (2006)
OHCHR to Begin Human Rights Monitoring by Bicycle The United Nations Human Rights Office in Nepal has purchased six bicycles to facilitate monitoring of the human rights situation in and around Kathmandu. In addition to being eco-friendly, this will provide human rights officers with a high degree o...
OHCHR, (2009)
Standard Operating Procedures to Counter Cross Border Trafficking in Persons: India-Nepal India is a source, transit and destination for human trafficking. It is a destination for individuals trafficked from Bangladesh, which shares a controlled or regulated border with India and from Nepal, which has an open border with India. As far as ...
UNODC, (2017)
Country Profile: Nepal Adopt national laws and regulations for strict compliance with the provisions of Article 12 of the UN Convention 1988 and related CND and ECOSOC decisions. STATUS: Precursor control legislation drafted in cooperation with the UNODC regional precurs...
UNGASS,UNODC, (2006)
Good Practices in "HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment for Female Drug Users, Female Prisoners and Women living with HIV and AIDS in Nepal" Since 2008 UNODC has been working in Nepal with Women who inject drugs (WID), Women who use drugs (WUD), female prisoners and women living with HIV and AIDS (WLHIV) in an innovative project that has pioneered approaches to meeting women’s special nee...
UNODC, (2013)
Response To Human Trafficking In Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka The United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT) was conceived to promote the global fight on human trafficking, on the basis of international agreements reached at the UN. UN.GIFT was launched in March 2007 by the UN Office ...
UNWOMEN, UN.GIFT, UNODC, (2011)