Annual Report 2013

Mainline released its annual report for 2013. 

International training and seminars

Mainline has 15 years of experience in providing training and seminars worldwide. If you are interested to learn more about what Mainline has to offer, please read our new brochure.

Advocacy for human rights of People who Use Drugs

This study examines how and to what extent advocacy for human rights of People who Use Drugs is currently used and how humanrights advocacy can further improve the effectiveness of harm reduction strategies and services.
Read this study

Access to health care for drug users abroad

Two students at the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam did research regarding this subject. One study focussed on sexual health and the other study focussed on Amphetamine use. Read more

Our International Department collaborates closely with local NGO’s that have considerable knowledge on the circumstances of drug users in their own country...

A drug-free world is a utopia and substance use a social phenomenon. These are a few points of departure for Mainline.

Webinar about harm reduction

Mainline and Health4Men joint forces on 30 October to introduce organisation that work with men who have sex with men to harm reduction. Curious? Click here & listen to this webinar

Training & consultancy

Mainline provides many different training courses, national as well as international, in the field of drug use, harm reduction and rehabilitation.

Mainline gave in september this year a training in Georgia to employees in the prison system (working at the probation and correctional Department). The training gave tools to support psychosocial rehabilitation of (former)prisoners and probationers in the context of repeated crime preventionon. Read more 

Capacity strengthening of our local partner

A good example of Mainline's capacity building of the FMS is the assesment we did in June with one of our partners in Indonesia: LARAS.

Read our article: 'Capacity strengthening - building a better financial management system'.

Hepatitis C - in Georgia

Mainline started a new project in Georgia per October 2014. We will work to gain a deeper understanding of the ‘Hepatitis C (HCV) cascade of care’ for people who use drugs.