Adherence to ART among people who use drugs
'A common prejudice leads people to believe that people who use drugs can't adhere to their antiretroviral treatment (ART). This is not true. A report from Pakistan - the result of an independent evaluation - holds significant proof that adherence rates among people who use drugs increase drastically after a short stay in a special HIV facility, even when they relapse into drug use.

Read the full report in Mainlines series 'Sober facts on'
See report #3: Adherence to Art among people who use drugs.
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Annual report 2015
Mainline’s people are often outdoors, which means: close to the field. Meet the people behind the stories from from Nepal, Georgia, Kenya and South Africa. Take a peek behind the scenes.
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Anniversary edition
Mainline Magazine is celebrating its 25th birthday! We published a brand new magazine in English: Lighting the spark. To celebrate, you can read our anniversary magazine online for free!
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New Board member

Mainline welcomes a new board member Mr. Wim Buisman. Wim has an impressive track record in the drug field: he has worked with people who use drugs for over 35 years. Wim’s experience covers work in Eastern Europe, with several UN mission in the Middle-East, with the Dutch organisation Jellinek and for UN organisations such as WHO, UNAIDS and UNODC, and are of great value to Mainline. We are proud to have Mr. Buisman on board. Welcome Wim!

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Coaching on the job
Jos Luteijn, trainer for Mainlines international team, coached three South African teams of outreach workers ‘on the job’. He tells us what he did and why.

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