Checkpoint working in new facilities

During the European Testing week, Checkpoint has a new testing location in 11 Merkela Street, Riga.  Everyone is welcomed to come and check their HIV status as well as receive consultation about HIV, AIDS and hepatitis B and C from 26th-28th November, 18.00-20.30.

After testing week you are welcome to 11 Merkela Street every Wednesday and Thursday 18.00-20.30.

To book appointment, please contact Checkpoint:

 

  • phone: +371 28441324,
  • e-mail: testpunkts@gmail.com

 

The European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS-2017) report is published

The European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey (EMIS-2017) report presents a comprehensive analysis of the results of a 2017 survey among men who have sex with men (MSM). Based on the responses of some 128 000 participants in Europe, it provides insights on their knowledge of HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections (STI), sexual behaviour, prevention needs and testing habits. The report collected data to understand changes over time in the behaviour, needs and interventions affecting HIV incidence among MSM also in comparison with results from the EMIS survey in 2010. 48 countries in Europe responded to the online survey in 2017, including Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The results show considerable differences across the countries reflecting Europe’s diversity with respect to sexual health and behaviour of MSM.

You can download and read full report here: emis2017.eu

Checkpoint closed for unknown period

Dear visitors of Checkpoint, due to a change of facilities, we will be closed for unknown period of time. Please follow the information on testpunkts.lv webpage and our facebook page.

Apologies for the inconvenience caused.

In meeting with Association members, new member of the board is elected.

In the meeting with members of the Baltic HIV Association on 19 August, a new member of the board was elected. Congratulations to Gunta Boge, who collected all attendees votes.

Gunta has broad experience working within HIV and AIDS fields- helping infected women and their families, taking an active part in various projects as well as organizing events.

In the photo, from the left: Gunta Boge, Evija Dopalma, Inga Upmace

 

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