REAct in Uzbekistan: Overcoming Barriers and Promoting Quality Health Interventions based on Human Rights

At the end of May, a two-day training on the REAct tool was held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The main objective of this event was to enhance the knowledge and skills of participants in overcoming barriers to access to health services for key populations and promoting quality health interventions based on human rights principles.

The first day of the training was dedicated to the basics of using the REAct tool. The participants received extensive information about the system and its practical application. The session discussed issues and problems arising in documenting and recording cases of human rights violations. The trainer shared his experience, reviewed typical mistakes, and provided recommendations on how to correctly fill out forms and provide reliable information on human rights violations.

The second day of the training started with a session on mechanisms for responding to human rights violations after documenting cases. Participants received information on the next steps, including interaction with law enforcement agencies, state institutions, and non-governmental organizations. The trainer emphasized the importance of following legal procedures and provided participants with information on available resources and support mechanisms.

As a result of the two-day training, participants learned new skills and tools that will help them to work more effectively with the REAct system and improve access to health services for key populations. The exchange of experience and discussion of practical situations made this training a valuable and interactive experience for all those present.

This event in Tashkent emphasizes the importance of respecting human rights and legal procedures in providing health services and responding to human rights violations in Uzbekistan.

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