Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic)
The Kyrgyz Republic is one of three republics in Central Asia—along with Kazakhstan and Tajikistan—where ICAP is working with the Ministries of Health to support testing, treatment, and follow-up for key populations living with HIV. ICAP is working with health facilities to pilot integrated HIV, tuberculosis, and medication-assisted therapy (MAT) services for people who inject drugs, and testing innovative strategies for outreach and nurse-supported adherence and counseling at the community level.
ICAP in Kyrgyzstan
Key Technical Areas
- Health information systems
- HIV prevention, care, and treatment
- Key populations
- Laboratory systems strengthening
- Monitoring and evaluation
PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Anna Deryabina, MD, DrPH, MScIH
Dr. Anna Deryabina is a medical doctor with a doctoral degree in public health policy and management. She has significant experience and applied skills in designing, implementing and evaluating projects focused on providing HIV prevention, care and treatment services to key populations (primarily people who inject drugs, sex workers and men who have sex with men) and people living with HIV. Her areas of expertise include overall program design and management, capacity building, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), civil society mobilization, and quality improvement.