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                                                  PAST PROGRAMS & PROJECTS

 

S.N.

 

Title of the Project/Program

 

Major Programs, Activities & Services

 

Target Group/Beneficiaries

 

Geographical Coverage

 

Funding Partner/s, Agencies

 

Duration of the Project/program

 

1

 

Challenge Fund

  • Short-home service (Transit-home)
  • Hospital-based aid & assistance (Round the clock)
  • Minor treatment support
  • Counseling
  • Referral & linkages as per need

 

People Living with HIV & AIDS (PLHIV)

 

Based in Kathmandu but provided services to beneficiaries from all over the country

 

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP-Program Management Unit-PMU) channeled through National Association of People Living with HIV & AIDS-Nepal (NAP+N)

 

2006-2008

 

2

 

Positive Steps for Positive Changes

 

  • HIV & AIDS Treatment Preparedness &Treatment LiteracyTraining/s to PLHIV and Health Care Professionals
  • Development of Posters & IEC materials related to Stigma & Discrimination
  • Counseling and
  • Referral & linkages as per need

 

PLHIV and Health Care Professionals working especially for HIV/AIDS patients

 

Kathmandu valley (Kathmandu, Lalitpur & Bhaktapur districts)

 

International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) & TIDES Foundation

 

2007-2008

 

3

 

Community-based Harm Reduction program via Partnership Support Fund (PSF)

  • Drop-in-center (DIC) Facility
  • Needle/syringe program (NSP)
  • Peer-led Outreach program
  • Primary health care (Especially Abscess, Wound management/treatment)
  • Behavior Change Communication (BCC) sessions such as Focal & Planned Group Discussions (F/PGD) etc.
  • Counseling and
  • Referral & linkages where and when needed

 

People Who Inject Drugs (PWIDs)

 

Kathmandu valley (Kathmandu, Lalitpur & Bhaktapur districts)

 

 Department for International Development (DFID) & UNDP channeled through Recovering Nepal

 

2008-2009

 

4

Advocacy for strengthening the supporting/enabling environment to access HIV/AIDS services for female Who Inject Drugs (FIDUs)

  • Orientation & Consultation meeting with Government bodies, Donor agencies & FIDU groups & network at central level (central region-Kathmandu)
  • Regional-level Consultation Workshops with Service providers, regional FIDU & Women Living with HIV/AIDS (WLHA) groups & regional rep. of Recovering Nepal; national network, at all 5 development regions
  • Regional-level Advocacy Workshops at all 5 development regions amongst FIDU & WLHA groups & rep. from national networks like Recovering Nepal, NAP+N, National Federation of Women Living with HIV/AIDS-Nepal (NFWLHA), Government bodies such as DACC, DPHO and Service providers, Media houses, CBOs etc.
  • National-level Advocacy Workshop with an aim to share gathered issues from all regional-level consultation & advocacy workshops, major issues affecting FIDUs and WLHAs with & among Government entities like Ministry of Health & Population, National Center for AIDS & STD Control (NCASC), District AIDS Coordination Committee (DACC), rep. from Law Enforcement agency, Health Care Professionals, Media houses, all national networks of Drug and HIV/AIDS, CBOs and FIDU & WLHA groups
  • Media advocacy via Radio program on issues re with FIDUs & WLHA (Media partner Jasket Media House developed 30 episodes of radio program)
  • Development & distribution of IEC materials related to advocacy

 

Female Who Inject /Use Drugs (FIDUs) & Women Living with HIV & AIDS (WLHA)

 

Across the nation (all 5 development regions)

 

United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC )in financial support from UNDP

 

October 2009-May 2010

 

5

 

SATHI’s Organizational Development Program

  • Placement of 2 Volunteers (expert in organizational & programme development)
  • Various activities targeted towards organization & human-resource capacity development
  • Development of “3-years Strategic Planning” of SATHI (2012-2014)
  • 3-days Team-building workshop
  • Mini (Seed) grants targeted for income generation program

 

Organization & its human resource

 

-

 

Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO) Nepal

 

April 2010-December 2012

 

6

 

HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment for Female Injecting/Drug Users, Female Living with HIV/AIDS & Female Prisoners

  • Peer-led Outreach program with Targeted HIV Interventions
  • Media/Radio program
  • Peer Education program
  • Focal Group Discussions (FGD)
  • Coordination & Interaction Meetings with Law Enforcement agencies & Concerned Stakeholders
  • Health Camps
  • Cross-learning visits and
  • Targeted referrals for HIV & STI testings, Drug Treatment & Rehabilitation and HIV care n support along withregular referral & linkages as per need

 

Female Who Inject/Use Drugs (FIDUs), Female Living with HIV & AIDS

 

Kathmandu valley (Kathmandu, Lalitpur & Bhaktapur districts)

 

United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC)

 

April-December 2011