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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)
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)
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)