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Overview of children living with HIV/AIDS


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A PowerPoint presentation showing some key statistics on global HIV/AIDS estimates on children under 15, and the estimated impact of HIV/AIDS on under-five mortality rates and on the infant and child survival. The presentation also looks at how children become infected with HIV and why they die so young. Current responses are listed with a look at the contiuum of care followed by some key challenges. Finally the medical, nursing and psychosocial needs of children are presented

VCT toolkit : HIV voluntary counselling and testing. A reference guide for counsellors and trainers

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January 2004

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This reference guide was developed for trainers, counselors in training, and working counselors, to highlight the links between VCT and HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and support. It provides teaching methodologies, including demonstrations, role-playing, supervised practice, desensitization, and negotiating skills. It also contains worksheets and checklists for practical sessions, and texts for demonstrations and exercises to be conducted during the training courses. Chapters focus on counselling strategies, physical and psychological care, counselling for specific groups, grief and bereavement, counsellor stress and burnout, monitoring and quality assurance, and ethics. The guide outlines key activities related to training in (and provision of) VCT services

Developing materials on HIV/AIDS/STIs for low-literate audiences

December 2002

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This manual provides a comprehensive methodology for developing materials for a low-literate audience in the context of a behaviour change communication program. It demonstrates the process of learning about target populations using qualitative research methodologies, developing effective messages with thir input, and crafting visual messages to support the overall HIV and AIDS program. Involving the target population and stakeholders in the development process is key to ensuring high-quality effective print materials. Finally, the guide outlines the process for rigorous pretesting to ensure that the information and issues are understood by the population groups that programs are trying to reach and influence. It can be adapted and used to develop audio-visual materials or materials for other target groups

Evaluating programs for HIV/AIDS prevention and care in developing countries : a handbook for program managers and decision makers

REHLE, Thomas
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This handbook contains a comprehensive discussion of evaluation approaches and methodologies for HIV prevention and care programmes. Its premise is that evaluation is an integral part of any programme from initial planning onward. Section I discusses concepts and approaches to evaluation and suggests an evaluation strategy design. Section II describes operational approaches for evaluating programmes concerned with promotion of behavioural change, infection control, condom use, voluntary counselling and testing, and people living with HIV or AIDS (PLWHA). Section III focuses on methodologies for measuring behavioural trends while section IV addresses evaluation issues of programme impact assessment and cost-effectiveness analysis. This publication is designed for use by programme managers and decision makers

Care for orphans, children affected by HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable children : a strategic framework


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Family Health International's strategic framework for setting priorities and taking the necessary steps to develop responsive care and support programmes for orphans, children affected by AIDS and other vulnerable children. Describes projects in three countries responding to the needs of vulnerable children. Designed to assist national and local planners, implementers and donors in setting priorities

Capacity Building

December 1997

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This publication presents a theoretcial and practical means for the evaluation of organizational and institutional development in HIV/AIDS prevention and control programs in developing countries. It is based on experiences of measuring capacity building in more than 20 countries and 200 projects. It provides an instructive paradigm for the design and evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention interventions worldwide

Dialogue : expanding the response to HIV/AIDS. A resource guide

ANKRAH, Maxine E

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This resource guide provides..." information and guidance to organizations and individuals who wish to explore or use dialogue as a strategy in HIV/AIDS prevention programming...The unique contribution of this resource package is that it attempts to reach a new and diverse audience, introducing gender as a concept that is integral to effective dialogue. Finally, it provides guidelines for planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the strategy

Making prevention work : global lessons learned from the AIDS control and prevention (AIDSCAP) project 1991-1997


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Documents the experience of one of the world’s largest international HIV/AIDS prevention projects, which was implemented by FHI and its partners in 45 countries. It describes lessons learned during AIDSCAP, with examples and project profiles, in ten technical and programmatic areas: behaviour change communication, improving prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, prevention marketing, policy development, behavioral research, evaluation, gender and HIV/AIDS, management, AIDS care and support, and cross-border interventions


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