The ANPUD community-based monitoring study aims to improve delivery of harm reduction services, such as the Needle Syringe Programs (NSP) and Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST), and HIV services for people who inject drugs (PWID) in four countries—Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal and Vietnam.
The purpose of this call for consultants is to develop a roster of consultants (experts) for the year 2018. It will primarily benefit ANPUD by reducing the time and level of effort that is required while hiring a consultant. With the launch of ANPUD’s new strategic plan 2018-2022, it is essentially important for ANPUD to become efficient and deliver its action plans on time.
ANPUD recognizes that the situation of women who use drugs (WUD) in the region is dire and needs urgent attention. To ensure such voices are represented within ANPUD and at the regional and international fora, the call for self-nomination for the women representative to the ANPUD Executive Board has been made. The deadline to submit the application is May 15, 2017 and women members are encouraged to contact the ANPUD secretariat before May 8, 2017 to clarify any queries they may have regarding the application process.