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The Integral Orientation and Research Center (COIN) is a Dominican NGO, created on November 28, 1988, by a multidisciplinary team with shared experience in community and health work. COIN was born as a result of the emergence of the HIV / AIDS epidemic, and human trafficking in the Dominican Republic.
Since then, COIN has been implementing education programs for HIV prevention, providing health care services, addressing discrimination towards groups in conditions of social vulnerability, and empowering communities. COIN promotes the integration of communities in the processes of identifying their needs and problems, and with them, defining which policies and projects must be put in place.
COIN advocates for a regional strategy to represent and serve vulnerable populations in the Caribbean. COIN collaborates with allies and partners throughout the Caribbean, conducting research and implementing projects targeting sex workers, men who have sex with men, youth in difficult situations, substance users, former prisoners, victims of trafficking, and the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community.
COÍN is displaying AMAZE videos in in-person workshops and waiting rooms throughout the Dominican Republic.