The Siberian Initiative




P.O.Box 783, Barnaul
RUSSIA, 656054
Tel/Fax: + (3852) 23-48-49

The Siberian Initiative is a non-governmental noncommercial organization organized for the purpose prevention of HIV prevention and education through informational training and consulting projects.

The center is run by a team of qualified experts, more than 200 volunteers, and a network of representatives in the Altay territory.

More than 1500 people have undergone training through the program.  The Siberian Initiative offers unique informational-methodical materials on health and individual human rights.

The organization also works as both a participant and an organizer of Russian and international conferences, symposiums, seminars,  and trainings for noncommercial and state organizations.

The organization acts as a the representative in Altay territory for the Peer Education Program

The center is also an active participant in programs on development of the noncommercial sector of Siberia. 

Information Services

Siberian Initiative has collected more than 3,000 books, magazines, brochures, booklets, and methodical mauals in their library for public use.  Sources are available on the following topics.

They offer a bulletin, informational-methodical materials and other printed resources.  The following source material is available.

For more detailed information please visit their website at

Last updated:    June 2001

A print version of much of the information contained in this NIS Third Sector Organizations section can be found in the The Post-Soviet Handbook (Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1999).

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