Позиция Евразийской ассоциации снижения вреда по отношению к войне России против Украины

Евразийская ассоциация снижения вреда осуждает войну России против Украины

Ценности Евразийской ассоциации снижения вреда (ЕАСВ), наша миссия и вся наша работа основаны на уважении к человеческой жизни, обеспечении прав и свобод, здоровья и благополучия людей.

Мы считаем действия Российской Федерации на территории Украины геноцидом народа Украины и грубейшим нарушением международного гуманитарного права и прав человека. Мы осуждаем и выступаем против акта агрессии и вторжения России в суверенное государство Украина в нарушение международного права.

Мы прилагаем все усилия, чтобы поддержать украинцев, в первую очередь, из числа представителей ключевых групп населения, затронутых ВИЧ, ТБ, включая  людей, употребляющих наркотики, ставших жертвами этой войны и геноцида.

В связи с вышеизложенным, мы прекращаем любое партнерство с организациями или людьми, которые не поддерживают позицию ЕАСВ по вопросу российской агрессии против Украины. Данная позиция, по умолчанию, является позицией всех членов ЕАСВ.



Open letter from civil society and community networks on WHO health response to the war of Russia against Ukraine

Regional and global public health professionals and community and civil society activists call on WHO to make a strong statement on Ukraine, with clear public health messaging and a bold plan to support people in need and mitigate human suffering that will come with the escalation of the Russian military activities in the Eastern part of Ukraine and Donbas region in particular!

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Operational public health considerations for the prevention and control of infectious diseases in the context of Russia’s aggression towards Ukraine

This document aims to provide operational guidance for the prevention and control of infectious diseases in the context of mass exodus of displaced people from Ukraine. It is important to note, however, that these are just few of the risks to the health and well-being of the displaced people, and that the measures described in this document should be part of a more generalised health measures, including diagnosis and treatment of chronic disease and mental and psychosocial health.
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Global Call for Solidarity with People who Use Drugs in Ukraine


The International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) stands in solidarity with the Ukranian Network of People who Use Drugs (PUD.UA/VOLNA), the Ukranian Network of Women who Use Drugs (UNWUD/VONA) and all Ukrainian peers, colleagues, and friends against the invasion of their country by Putin’s regime. This is a clear, unequivocal act of aggression against a sovereign country and its’ people that is also against the will of many Russian people, who are vocalising their dissent, despite personal risk.
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Psychological first aid for Ukrainian people

The Pompidou Group, together with leading European psycho-trauma experts, has developed recommendations on how people can better interact and communicate with persons who have experienced a crisis or difficult life event. The recommendations were developed at the request of the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior and in light of the traumatic situations experienced by the Ukrainian population due to the ongoing Russian hostilities in Ukraine.
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International Narcotics Control Board statement on ensuring availability of and access to controlled medicines in Ukraine and neighbouring countries

INCB reminds all Governments that in acute emergencies it is possible to utilize simplified control procedures for the export, transportation, and provision of medicinal products containing controlled substances.

Competent national authorities may permit the export of medicines containing narcotic drugs and/or psychotropic substances to the areas in the absence of the corresponding import authorizations and/or estimates. Urgent deliveries do not need to be included in the estimates of the receiving country.
Guidelines for the International Provision of Controlled Medicines for Emergency Medical Care

Lessons from countries and humanitarian aid organizations in facilitating the Timely Supply of Controlled Substances during Emergency Situations


Advocacy for OST access for Ukrainians in hosting European countries

EHRA together with a number of partners sent out a statement on the urgency and approaches to ensure continuity of essential life-saving treatments for Ukrainians who have to flee their country due to the ongoing war, with a particular focus on two areas – HIV and opioid dependency.

The statement was sent out to:

Ms. Stella Kyriakides, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety
Ms. Sandra Gallina, Director General, Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety
Ms. Ylva Johansson, European Commissioner for Home Affairs
Mr. Pascal Canfin, MEP, Chair of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, European Parliament
Ms. Sara Cerdas, co-Chair of the European Parliament’s Working Group on Health
Ms. Stéphanie Seydoux, French Ambassador for Global Health
Mr. Clément Beaune, French Secretary of State in charge of European Affairs
Mr. Vlastimil Válek, Minister of Health of the Czech Republic
Ms. Pavla Chomynová, Head of the Czech National Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Addiction
Mr. Adam Niedzielski, Minister of Health of the Republic of Poland
Mr. Piotr Jabłoński, Director, National Bureau for Drug Prevention, Republic of Poland
Ms. Anna Marzec-Bogusławska, Director, National AIDS Centre, Republic of Poland
Mr. Vladimír Lengvarský, Minister of Health of the Slovak Republic
Mr. Ľubomír Okruhlica, Chief Expert of the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic for drug addiction medicine
Mr. Miklós Kásler, Minister of Human Capacities of the Republic of Hungary
Mr. Alexandru Rafila, Minister of Health of Romania
The Romanian National Anti-drug Agency
The Romanian National Centre for Mental Health
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
Download PDF version of the statement here


Humanitarian corridor for Ukraine

45 civil society organizations from different European countries including Ukraine requested relevant UN, EU structures and humanitarian institutions to urgently support and set up of an uninterrupted supply chain of humanitarian assistance to the affected populations within the country, and to establish safe humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians from Ukraine.
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