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8th information training center for migrants and their families to open in Tajikistan.

Another information and training center of the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan for migrants and their families will open in the city of Kurgan-Tube next week, the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan told CA-News on Wednesday.

This information and training center is the eighth center in the country. The first centers were opened in 2009 in the administrative centers of Vose, Panj Asht, Roshtkala and Shahristan dirtricts. Two new centers for migrant workers were opened in 2013 in Dushanbe and Khorog cities.

The opening ceremony of the Kurgan-Tube center will be held on April 10. This center was formed with the support of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Tajikistan and financing of the Russian public organization AIDS infoshare within the Assistance for Eastern Europe and Central Asia in fight against infectious diseases program.

The potential labor migrants, returning migrants and their families have the opportunity to receive free advice on HIV/AIDS, legal basis to get health care in Russia, as well as free education of Russian language and Internet access.

Previous seven centers were opened with the financial support of the European Union, the Norwegian Red Cross and the DFID. More than 20,000 migrant workers and their families received the services throughout the country in 2009-2013.

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