Mainline's sober facts on ...
We present a new series of reports and studies from our partners abroad: 'Mainline's sober facts on'. Read the first five reports:

1. Chrystal-meth use and hiv-related risk behaviour in Indonesia
2. The obligation to report in Indonesia
3. Human Rights Violations among People who Use Drugs in South Africa
4. Women who Use Drugs in Kenya
5. Biometric technology and working with key populations
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Goodbye Janine

After 14 years of tireless work, Janine Wildschut has decided to leave Mainline. She will continue her career at Aids Foundation East-West (AFEW). In past years, she already worked part-time for AFEW and felt it was now time to make a permanent change. Luckily, we will continue to meet Janine during our work within the Bridging the Gaps programme. Mainline thanks Janine for her many years of hard work, energy, flexibility and perseverance. She will be missed for her excellent work, but even more so for her sense of humour and original outlook on life! All the best to you Janine!

Hello Nick
For our work in Nepal, Mainline welcomes Nick Veldwijk on board. Nick previously worked in Nepal and other South-Asian countries for the development organisation Simavi. In addition, Nick specialises in innovation in the health sector. These experiences will be of great value to the international team at Mainline. Welcome on board Nick!
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Minister Koenders 4 Harm Reduction!
Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Bert Koenders, visited Indonesia at the end of March. He met with PKNI: the national network for people who use drugs. Minister Koenders expressed a great concern for the increased criminalisation of drug users and other key populations in Indonesia.
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