Testing week is spanning the length and breadth of the continent with partners participating from up to 53 countries. Check out the live feed to see the latest organisations that have signed-up to implement testing week activities in their country. Sign-up now to put your organisation on the map!
We are asking partners at national and regional levels to sign-up to testing week 2016. This request extends to partners that operate on an international and European level – and we are asking that they support/endorse European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week.
If you signed up already in 2015, you do not need to sign up to European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week 2016.
Below are the fields in order to register an organisation
Fields marked with an asterisk* are required fields.
Name of organisation*
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Republic of Ireland
Republic of Macedonia
Republic of Moldova
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Your email address*
Your telephone number*
Please select the type of organisation you are responding on behalf of*
NGO/CSO (Civil society organisation)Healthcare professional/Hospital/ClinicGovernmental (national/regional) and other policy organisationsOther
Please indicate which infectious disease(s) you are including in your ETW activities (Please tick all that apply):*
How would you categorise the activity(ies) your organisation is planning for European Testing Week? (Please tick all that apply)*
Awareness raising activitiesTesting activitiesAdvocacy initiativesEngaging with ambassadors/celebritiesTraining/capacity building initiativesPolicy/political activitiesOther
Please feel free to use this box if you wish to describe your planned ETW activities in more details:
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