DPNSEE held today the on-line Conference on protection of vulnerable populations in South East Europe, with support of the Service for Combatting Drug Abuse at the Croatian Institute for Public Health and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – UNODC Programme Office in Serbia.
More than 60 representatives of civil society organisations, national drug agencies, international organisations and agencies and donor community participated.
We heard a lot of good stories about work done in the region on supporting vulnerable populations and several interesting ideas for actions to ensure that harm reduction services are sustainable during and after the COVID’19 epidemic.
DPNSEE prepared background documents for the Conference which are available at the recent news on our website>>>.
Here are updated documents, with some fresh information from countries, and the Minutes from the Conference.
- Overview of the situation with coronavirus COVID-19 in SEE with two annexes (available here>>> with both annexes or here>>> as a separate document):
- Annex 1 – Information received from countries of South East Europe during conference calls (available here>>>)
- Annex 2 – DPNSEE activities during the coronavirus outbreak (available here>>>)
Minutes from the Conference are available here>>>.
Presentation from Mr Miloš Stojanović, Regional Project Manager at UNODC, Head of Programme Office in Serbia is available here>>>.