HIV and AIDS

Name of assignment : Expand HIV teaching into un-served areas through formal and non-formal educational institutions, GF-903 RCC Phase-II

Assignment location : 19 selected districts

Duration : December 2012 to November 2015

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

Advocacy workshop with high level officials of education sector

  • Organized advocacy workshopwith 189 high officials (Secretary, Additional Secretary, Joint Secretary, Sr. Assistant Secretary, Director General (DG), Director) of the Ministry of Education and Faculty members and officials of HSTTIs, TTIs, BMTTI.

Training of teachers of formal schools on HIV and AIDS

  • Trained 476 master trainers in selected 19 districts
  • Trained 15,990 core trainers from 8,015 formal school/college/madrasha in selected 19 districts
  • Trained 49,404 subject teachers from 8,015 institutes in selected 19 districts
  • Oriented 89,877 SMC/MMC/GB members of 8,015 selected education institutes
  • Distributed 207,665 copies of print materials for teachers training.

Training of teachers and orientation of students of non-formal schools on HIV and AIDS

  • Trained 72 teachers as focal persons as resource persons on HIV and AIDS of non-formal education setting
  • Trained 621 master trainers/ subject teachers from selected non-formal institutions/ centers
  • Conducted education sessions on HIV and AIDS with 151,849 students of non-formal schools
  • Distributed 156,472 copies of print materials on HIV and AIDS on non-formal education activities.

 

Name of assignment : Expanding Teacher Training for Strengthening Formal and Non formal School Education on HIV/AIDS and Primary Prevention & Risk Reduction through Drug Resistance Education (DRE) GF-903, RCC Phase-I

Assignment location : 18 selected districts

Duration : December 2009 to November 2012

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

Advocacy workshop with high level officials of education sector

  • Organized advocacy workshop with 148 high officials (Secretary, Additional Secretary, Joint Secretary, Sr. Assistant Secretary, Director General (DG), Director) of the Ministry of Education

Training of teachers of formal schools on HIV and AIDS

  • Conducted planning meeting with 679 district/upazila level officials in selected 18 districts
  • Trained 521 master trainers in selected 18 districts
  • Trained 18,691 core trainers from 9,341 selected  institutes in selected 18 districts
  • Trained 47,508 subject teachers from 9,341  selected institutes in selected 18 districts
  • Oriented 74808 SMC/ MMC/GB  members of 9,341 selected education institutes in selected 18 districts
  • Made monitoring visit to 446 education institutes by PIACT officials.
  • Made monitoring and academic supervision in collaboration with master trainers to 1,525 education institutions

Training of teachers and orientation of students of non-formal schools on HIV and AIDS

  • Conducted need assessment to adopt text for non-formal setting
  • Trained 57 teachers as focal persons as resource persons on HIV and AIDS of non-formal education setting
  • Trained 1,391 master trainers/ subject teachers from selected non-formal institutions/ centers
  • Conducted education sessions on HIV and AIDS with 67,813 students of non-formal schools
  • Distributed 400,60 copies of print materials on HIV and AIDS on non-formal education activities.

Training of teachers and orientation of students on Drug Resistance Education (DRE)

  • Trained 174 master trainers on DRE
  • Trained 542 students as peer educator on DRE
  •   Conducted 5,874  peer sessions on DRE and oriented 117,488 young people in school and out of school settings

Orientation workshop with community level gatekeepers on DRE

  • Conducted 712  local level advocacy workshops with 14,248 gatekeepers

Orientation of pharmacists/drug sellers on DRE

  • Conducted 312 orientation workshops on DRE for 6,233 pharmacists/drug sellers

 

Name of assignment : Integrating HIV and AIDS Information into the Curriculum of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education as well as Dissemination of Developed Materials (Package # GF-903) RCC Bridge Funding

Assignment location : 4 selected districts (Chittagong, Khagrachuri, Feni & Noakhali)

Duration : March 2009 to November 2009

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

  • Conducted 3 day long training for covering 173 Master Trainers at division/district level and 2 day long for covering 4004 Core Trainers at upazila level.
  • Organized Advocacy Workshop and orientation for covering 36,072 SMC/MMC/GB Members/General teachers and other community members to   create supportive environment.
  • Developed training manual for training of faculty members of TTIs on HIV/AIDS information

 

Name of assignment : Primary Prevention & Risk Reduction through Drug Resistance   Education (DRE) and School Education through Teacher Training (Package #GF-903) R-6 Scaling Up Phase I & II

Assignment location : 6 divisional city & adjacent areas for DRE and 8 selected districts for teachers training

Duration : February 2008 to November 2009

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

Training of teachers and orientation of students on Drug Resistance Education (DRE)

  • Conducted a policy level Advocacy Workshop with Directorate of Narcotics and Control for identifying DRE approach and the contents of training manuals, harm reduction and VCT
  • Conducted local level Advocacy Workshops with gatekeepers (43,758) pharmacists and drug sellers (12,889) for prevention and harm reduction
  • Mobilized stakeholders/gatekeepers and peers to spread awareness among the communities on drugs and HIV prevention
  • Developed advocacy materials and distributed among the target population
  • Developed training manuals for Master Trainers and Peer Educators
  • Conducted needs assessment for identifying and selecting youth clubs in most vulnerable areas for drug prevention education
  • Materials developed, printed and distributed: Master Trainers Training Manual, Peer Educators Training Manual, Flashcard for peer orientation, brochure for youths and adolescents, flipchart for Advocacy Workshops, brochure for gatekeepers, brochure for pharmacists and drug sellers, a Documentary Film “Alor Pothay” on DRE program
  • Organized peer orientation session among 111,145 youths and adolescents of formal and non for mal institutions
  • Conducted sample surveys to assess the learning outcomes as well as the effect of DRE program, impact assessment

Training of teachers of formal schools on HIV and AIDS

  • Trained 245 master trainers in selected 8 districts
  • Trained 6,229 core trainers from 3,125 selected  institutes in selected 8 districts
  • Trained 16535 subject teachers from 3,125  selected institutes in selected 8 districts
  • Oriented 65,635 SMC/ MMC/GB  members and general teachers of 3,125 selected education institutes
  • Made monitoring and academic supervision to 579 education institutes by PIACT officials.

 

Name of assignment : Integrating HIV/AIDS into Secondary School and Higher Secondary Education as well as Dissemination of Developed Materials  (Package # GF-903) Round-2, Phase-II

Assignment location : 21 greater districts

Duration : March 2006 to February 2009

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

  • Advocacy and sensitization workshop and dialogues with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Ministry of Education (MOE), Ministry of Information (MOI), Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA), Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MOW&CA), Ministry of Religious  Affairs (MRA), Ministry of Social Welfare & Ministry of Youth & Sports and appraisal and sensitized them on the stressing need of devising ways including mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS into the national curriculum as a measure of combating HIV/AIDS on a sustainable basis and reflection of its importance  in national policy planning
  • Advocacy Workshop & dialogues with high officials of policy makers - National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB), Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE), Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB), Bangladesh Madrasha Education Board (BMEB) & Islamic Foundation
  • Advocacy Workshop in six divisions with divisional and district high officials
  • Organized local level Advocacy Workshop and orientation for SMC/MMC/GB Members/General teachers and other community members to create supportive environment in and around school.
  • Community mobilization and sensitization about the danger of HIV/AIDS thorough workshops and dialogue at the district level covering 64 districts with the community leaders, religious leaders, journalists, parents, students and teachers etc.
  • Conducted 3 day long training for Master Trainers at division/district level and 2 day long training for Core Trainers at upazila level
  • Piloting Texts with 88 selected education institutions
  • Monitoring and Evaluation

 

Name of assignment : Integrating HIV/AIDS into Secondary School and Higher Secondary Education as well as Dissemination of Developed Materials  (Package # GF-903) Round-2, Phase-I

Assignment location : 21 greater districts

Duration : November 2004 to March 2006

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

  • Conducted needs assessment study with stakeholders: students of different grades, the teachers, guardians and community leaders
  • Developed draft texts on HIV/AIDS for different grades in an incremental manner based on review of materials and needs assessment findings
  • Shared the draft with the policy-makers and program persons at national and local level education officials, teachers, students, religious leaders, opinion leaders and other relevant stakeholders at the local level
  • The developed texts inserted in the textbooks in 2007
  • Held sensitization workshops on HIV/AIDS with the officials of key ministries – Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Ministry of Education (MOE), Ministry of Information (MOI), Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) and Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MOW&CA) and also with Ministry of Youth and Sports
  • Printed and distributed 2 million copies of the booklet Nijeke Jano booklet among the target audiences

 

Name of assignment : Building and Strengthening the Technical and Institutional Capacities of Government, NGOs and Implementing Partners (Package # GF 913)

Assignment location : 20 selected districts

Duration : December 2009 to January 2012

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

As associate partner PIACT Bangladesh performed the following activities:

  • Conducted a 2 days workshop with 20 officials of the Civil Surgeon Offices (Deputy Civil Surgeon/ Medical Officer of Civil Surgeon Office as Member Secretary of DAC) and 20 NGO representatives from each of the 20 districts
  • Formed DAC in 20 districts with the defined members from the government, non-government organizations (NGOs), associations, foundations, etc.
  • Organized one-day advocacy workshop in 20 districts for DAC members with two sessions: first session was on orientation of DAC members on HIV/AIDS and the second session on the TOR
  • Conducted Follow up and MIS training to 20 officials of the Civil Surgeon Offices (Deputy Civil Surgeon/ Medical Officer of Civil Surgeon Office as Member Secretary of DAC) and 20 NGO representatives from each of the 20 districts
  • Formed MIS sub-committees under DAC in each of 20 districts consisting of 3 members
  • Advocacy orientation with 51 members of MIS sub-committees of 20 DACs regarding their roles and responsibilities and introduced them with basic principles of MIS which included:
      • ­ Data Sources
      • ­ Basic Building Blocks of MIS
      • ­ Some Definitions
­Major Issues in MIS
      • ­ Principles of MIS
      • ­ Steps in Developing an MIS
      • ­ Data, Information and Knowledge
      • ­ Discussion on Health Bulletin (HIV and AIDS Section: Routine Information)
      • ­ Monitoring and Evaluation
      • ­ Concept of Indicators
      • ­ Types of Indicators
  • Definition of Good Indicators
      • Data Quality of Routine Information
      • Top Ten Indicators for Routine Reporting (HIV and AIDS)
      • ­ Analysis of some Indicators through Graphs and Charts
  • Informed all the district and upazila/thana level government and non-government organizations who were undertaking HIV/AIDS and/other health activities about formation of DAC and instructed them to inform DAC about their HIV/AIDS projects/programs in a pre-designed form/format
  • Followed up regular meeting of DAC including collection of reports from the HIV & AIDS service providers in the district through Monthly Reporting Format for DAC MIS
  • Monitored and supervised the data collection process in 20 districts through the MIS sub-committees of respective DACs
  • Developed a customized software for reporting the progress of HIV/AIDS activities based on the set of indicators
  • Provided training to 51 members of MIS sub-committees of 20 DACs regarding the use of the software for reporting the progress of HIV/AIDS activities in the district
  • Prepared AIDS-MIS report based on the set of indicators using the customized software
  • Initiated the process of integrating reporting on HIV/AIDS activities into the existing district health MIS
  • Organized and conducted Coordination Meeting with NGO Representatives of DAC in 6 districts

 

Name of assignment : Building and Strengthening the Technical and Institutional Capacities of Government, NGOs and Implementing Partners (Package # GF 913)

Assignment location : 20 selected districts

Duration : February 2008 to November 2009

Name of client : Save the Children International/MOHFW with funding from GFATM

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

As associate partner PIACT Bangladesh performed the following activities:

  • Conducted a situation analysis of the Coordination Mechanism of HIV and AIDS activities at district level through advocacy workshops.
  • Assessed needs for coordination mechanism at district level.
  • Developed Terms of Reference (TOR) and operation manual for District HIV/AIDS Committee (DAC).
  • Conducted Mapping Exercise in 95 Upazilla of 10 project districts.
  • Developed Operation Manual (draft) of District HIV/AIDS Committee (DAC).
  • Developed AIDS MIS form and Customized Software on AIDS MIS.
  • This functional work plan of District AIDS Monitoring System (DAMS) was proposed on 1st November 2008. The team completed the 1st phase of the project by March 2009. 2nd Phase started from April and continued the tasks according the work plan and performed the following activities:
      • ­Web interface developed and validated the user interface.
      • ­After completing the user interface validation, coding part was completed for interacting the web application.
      • ­Populated the system with sample data from different organization’s filled form, developed quires and reports according to the requirements.
      • ­After completing the queries and reports testing part of the system was completed.
      • During testing period some errors and Bugs were fixed and simultaneously recoding system was running.
      • Prepared the Web server and installed windows 2009 server edition licensed copy. The web application of DAMS was hosted in the server. So that users can directly enter their data in the server using this MIS web based software.
      • The data security, data backup capacity and power backup have been ensured and fixed to avoid any unexpected data losing.
  • The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare approved the proposed ToR for DAC and a gazette notification was issued from the Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.
  • In phase I PIACT Bangladesh developed draft Operation Manual for District HIV/AIDS Committee (DAC) which was required by the honorable participants of series of workshops, meetings at national and district level. It is expected that DAC will run its
  • activities in the line of Operation Manual. The developed draft Operation Manual was shared with the experts and they reviewed the Manual. The experts gave their feedbacks in this regard as well.
  • Considering the fact that capacity development of the DACs highly depend on the expertise and commitment of the local level stakeholders, the program is designed in developing district level capacity to form the DAC, orient the DAC members and sustain the activities of DAC as per TOR. From this perspective, two persons from each district will be trained centrally by PIACT Bangladesh and they together will take initiatives to make the DAC functional.
  • Prepared the following support materials for training:
      • Prepared Master Trainer Training Manual for Capacity building of DAC members
      • As per the design of Master Trainer Training, a draft manual was developed. The draft manual was reviewed by a pool of experts. They gave their feedback. All the feedbacks were incorporated in the manual
      •  ­   Finalized Draft Operation Manual for DAC.
      • The experts gave their feedback on the operational guideline/ToR guideline. All of the feedbacks were incorporated to the developed material. The guideline was finalized for approval of the appropriate authority through this process.
      • Prepared HIV and AIDS Information Booklet for DAC members.
      • It is believed that DAC should be enriched with up-dated information regarding HIV/AIDS related issues. PIACT Bangladesh took the initiative to develop a booklet on HIV and AIDS related up-dated information to fulfill this requirement. The developed material was reviewed by the experts for their feedback. The booklet was finalized after incorporation of all of the feedbacks given by the experts.

 

Name of assignment : HIV/AIDS Intervention Services (HAIS) for Street Based Sex Workers

Assignment location : 6 divisional cities, 6 district headquarter and one upazila headquarter of the country

Duration : December 2009 to June 2010,  September 2010 to December 2010 and April 2011 to June 2011

Name of client : NASP/MOHFW

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

  • There are 9 services being provided by this project:
    1. Identification of Target Group (TG)/SBSWs and Congregation Spots
    2. BCC session on HIV-AIDS/STD
    3. Sexual health checkup sessions
    4. Human rights and life skills sessions
    5. Formation of self-help groups
    6. Informed civil society through discussions
    7. Diagnose and treat STD, VCT sessions
    8. Simple ailment treatment and referral service
    9. Complete referral treatment
  • Conducts 60 local level advocacy and networking meetings in order to create an enabling environment to sensitize stakeholders through exchange views among GOB, NGO officials, policy makers, civil society members, journalists, law enforcing agencies and development partners.
  • Organizes one to one counseling sessions in DICs, group motivation sessions in DICs on prevention of STI/HIV/AIDS and awareness rising about health safety of the street based sex workers (SBSWs).
  • Organizes one to one counseling sessions by Peer Educators and Field Organizer at field level, group motivation sessions at field level on prevention of STI/HIV/AIDS and awareness rising about health safety net as harm reduction as part of their right to healthy living.

 

Name of assignment : HIV/AIDS Targeted Intervention (HATI) for Street Based Sex Workers

Assignment location : Dhaka, Rajshahi & Khulna City Corporation Areas

Duration : January 2008 to March 2009

Name of client : UNICEF/MOHFW

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

The specific activities of the project were undertaken through establishing 09 DICs located in 3 divisional cities.  The specific activities performed are summarized below:

  • Preparatory Work:
      • Geographical maps for each of the 09 DICs were prepared
      • Established  09 DICs in the different project locations
      • Prepared modules/manual for staff orientation /refresher training.
  • Advocacy workshop & Networking: Conducted local level advocacy and networking meetings at Rajshahi, Dhaka  in order to create an enabling environment to sensitize stakeholders on this project through exchange of views among
  • Awareness Raising on HIV/AIDS and STI
      • 2,592  group  sessions were conducted for SBSWs by MOs & PcCs for 22,998 participants
      • 8,422 one to one counseling sessions were conducted for  the SBSWs by the Medical Officers (MOs) and Paramedics-cum-Counselor (PcCs)  for 8,422 participants in the DICs
      • 24,448 one to one counseling sessions were conducted for SBSWs by Peer Educators  for 24448 participants
      • 11,284 group  sessions were  conducted for SBSWs, some clients and secondary targets by PE for 83,017 participants at the outreach/field level
      • STI services received by 11,033 SBSWs in 9 ( 6490 received full of part course of STI medicine)
      • 960 folk sessions were conducted in different congregation sports
      • Developed and approved BCC materials on HIV/AIDS and STI (poster, leaflet, handout, sticker, booklet, video  film, festoon for condom preservation, manual of condom use, etc.)
      • Reproduced and distributed BCC  materials in the DICs and hat/congregation spots for smooth implementation of project activities<
      • Sharing sessions were organized at Rajshahi where AAS provided basic Information on HIV/AIDS
  • DIC Core Services
      • Distributed 563,600 pcs of condom among the target populations through out the project period by DICs.
      • Purchased and supplied 08 types of medical supplies (like disposable gloves, cotton, syringe, hexisol etc.)
      • Distributed 3,600 nos. of  lubricants
      • Recreational facilities (Television, video shows Magazines etc.) are being provided to the DICs mainly for SBSWs
      • PLHIV (both male and female) were referred to Asar Alo Society
  • Referred for VCT: 1320 SBSWs referred for VCT  of whom 929 tested in Dhaka, Khulna and Rajshahi
  • Training: Provided training to 33 nos. Nurse of the Govt. Nursing College, Rajshahi on HIV/AIDS prevention process

 

Name of assignment : HIV/AIDS Prevention Project (HAPP) for Street Based Sex Workers

Assignment location : Dhaka, Rajshahi & Khulna City Corporation Areas

Duration : August 2004 to December 2007

Name of client : NASP/MOHFW

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

  • Among the 9 DICs in phase III run by PIACT Consortium, PIACT operates 8 DICs.  Each DIC catchment area covers 400 SBSWs.  Services are provided to them at DICs as well as at outreach locations. 
  • Distribution of various BCC materials: Booklets, posters, stickers, handout and leaflets are distributed in the awareness raising workshops, interpersonal and group motivation sessions.
  • Personal wellbeing: Facilities for taking rest, bath, recreation and self-financed food.
  • Advocacy activity: Advocacy workshops are organized with different stakeholders to sensitize them and to create a conducive and enabling environment for implementation of the program. 
  • Counseling: Individual counseling and group motivation sessions on essential services by Paramedics-cum-Counselor for regular health checkup, vocational training.
  • STI/RTI management: Provide syndromic treatment to SBSWs, some of their clients and secondary target group. Follow-up STI cases, refer the complicated cases to specialized clinics/hospitals. Provided STI/RTI treatment to 9,552 SBSWs, and 851 complication cases were referred.
  • Condom promotion: Counsel about the need, importance and demonstrate proper use of condom and supply of condom.  So far 1.5 million pcs. of condoms have been supplied.
  • VCT referral: PIACT referred 903 SWs to AAS, Jagori, ICDDR,B for VCT services.
  • Capacity building: Provide vocational training on different trades and education.
  • Provide legal support to the SWs as and when needed.
  • Distribution of various BCC materials: Booklets, posters, stickers, handout and leaflets are distributed in the awareness raising workshops, interpersonal and group motivation sessions.

 

Name of assignment : HIV/AIDS/STD Prevention and Protection in the Community of Daulatdia Ghat: A Client Level Intervention

Assignment location : Daulatdia, Rajbari

Duration : July 2000 to September 2002

Name of client : UNOPS/UNDP

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

In order to increase the knowledge and awareness level of high-risk groups about STI/STD and HIV/AIDS transmission modes and its prevention the following activities/services were provided:

  • Arranged 20 workshops on STD and HIV/AIDS with mastans/pimps/drug addicts/ adolescents staying in brothel.
  • Arranged 20 workshops on STD and HIV/AIDS with leading CSWs to make them aware about the program.
  • Arranged 20 workshops on STD and HIV/AIDS with key target group leaders/influential CSWs.  10,276 transport workers including truck, bus, tempo drivers and their helpers, rickshaw pullers, day labors, petty shopkeepers were counseled.
  • 4,600 adolescents, male adults, drug addicts were counseled.
  • Distributed 27,000 pcs of condoms.
  • Provided and facilitated treatment to 155 STD patients.
  • Arranged 20 advocacy workshops of local leaders/elites, decision-makers, and policy- makers.
  • Arranged 20 workshops/dialogue sessions with brothel management groups for opening counseling center at brothel gate and two condom shops.
  • Developed and distributed 500 copies of posters, 1,000 copies of stickers and 2,000 copies of information materials on HIV/AIDS and STD/STI.
  • Erected four billboards in the Daulatdia Ghat and railway station with HIV/AIDS information

 

 

Education

Name of assignment : Education Awareness & Community Mobilization (EACM), Secondary Education Quality and Access Enhancement Project (SEQAEP) 

Assignment location : 61 districts

Duration : June 2010 to November 2012

Name of client : Directorate of Secondary & Higher Education, Ministry of Education

Detailed description of services provided by PIACT :

  • Organized orientation of the PTA Member-Secretaries at 122 upazila headquarters: The PTA Member-Secretaries of 3,981 education institutions were provided a day long orientation with a vision that they will replicate the orientation amongst the PTA and SMC/MMC members of their respective institutions under SEQAEP program.
  • Organized orientation of PTA and SMC/MMC Members at 3,981 education institutions:  PTA Member-Secretaries of 3,981 secondary level education institutions out of a total of 4,000 PTA Member-Secretaries, provided orientation to all the PTA and SMC/MMC members of their respective institutions.
  • Organized planning meeting with Heads of Secondary Education Institutions for cluster-wise cultural program at 122 upazila headquarters:  All the secondary education institutions under 122 upazilas had been grouped in 1,300 clusters.  Planning meeting was organized with Heads of all the 1,300 lead institutions at upazila level for smooth and successful arrangements of cultural program with the students of the institutions under the clusters.
  • Organized cluster-wise cultural programs at 1,300 education institutions: Cultural programs had been arranged in 1,300 clusters out of 1,300 clusters. Cultural program included debate, essay competition, etc.
  • Organized 1,857 folk songs and 199 street dramas at community level: Folk songs and street drama events were two important communication media, particularly in the rural setting where people of diverse social, economic, cultural and educational backgrounds were targeted beneficiaries.
  • Developed a 13 episodes TV serial titled “¯^cœ‡jv‡Ki Pvwe”
  • Developed a video film to display at the community level to reinforce messages about SEQAEP conveyed through EACM program.
  • Displayed/distributed poster, sticker, pamphlet, leaflet and other informational materials about SEQAEP activities in the education institutions and strategic places at the upazila/district headquarters and at the community level.
  • Printed and distributed 6,000 copies of Newsletter.

 

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