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A few answers to common questions regarding WINGS of Hope:

I’m interested in WINGS of Hope - how feasible would it be to implement WINGS of Hope at my organization?
How much would it cost to implement a WINGS-specific project?
Is it true that WINGS of hope is only applicable for women who use drugs or women who provide sex services?
Are participants of the WINGS of Hope project offered monetary incentives?
Can WINGS sessions be carried out during the outreach, in parks or doorways?
Can only professional psychologists be WINGS facilitators?
Can projects, based on the WINGS model, like your project in Kyrgyzstan, work equally well both in NGOs and government agencies?
Which important components were added to the WINGS of Hope in Kyrgyzstan that were not a part of the intervention when it was piloted in US?




Through the link below you can find comprehensive guidelines on how to access the English version of the article published in 2018 in the Journal of Substance Use that examines the prevalence of economic abuse by intimate and non-intimate partners among a sample of 55 substance-involved women in Kyrgyzstan, involved in the WINGS of Hope study, and the relationship between economic abuse and the women’s socio-demographic characteristics and other types of gender-based violence:


GLORI Foundation prepared an informal translation of the article published in 2018 in the Journal of Substance Use that examines the prevalence of economic abuse by intimate and non-intimate partners among a sample of 55 substance-involved women in Kyrgyzstan, involved in the WINGS of Hope study, and the relationship between economic abuse and the women’s socio-demographic characteristics and other types of gender-based violence. The Russian version of the article can be found through the following link:


Download the English version of the article with WINGS of Hope Year One overview and findings published in the Drug and Alcohol Review journal in 2017:


Download the Russian version of the article with WINGS of Hope Year One overview and findings published in the Drug and Alcohol Review journal in 2017:



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