Situation with socially dangerous infections in former USSR and Baltic states is on rise same as in the many countries in the world. Growing incidence of STIs, Tb, Hepatitis and HIV is connected with their wide prevalence in risk groups such as commercial sex, injecting drug use, Tb prevalence in prisons. All these socially dangerous infections are then transmitted into general population.
1. Improved training in prevention of socially dangerous infections of primary care personnel
1.1. Establish a planning structure consisting of all relevant stakeholders to ensure a fully participatory and inclusive process for planning, implementation and evaluation of objectives and interventions
1.2. Adaptation and conduction of training programs for primary health care staff on prevention of socially dangerous infections.
1.3. Assess health needs (STIs, HIV\AIDS, Tb and Hepatitis)
1.4. Determine knowledge and skills needed by nurses and midwives
1.5. Develop and improve training material
1.6. Develop library system and data base
1.7. Assess learning needs of educators
2. Improvement of preventive activities in primary care
2.1. Evaluation of existing system of prevention care
2.2. Establish continuity between various levels of provision of preventive care.
2.3. Developing of new system of prevention of socially dangerous infections in primary health care
2.4. Pilot testing of the new system
2.5. Training of teachers (from staff of pilot organizations)
3. Reduction of incidence of socially dangerous infections
3.1. Conduction of training seminars for specialists.