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Breaking the silence : memory books and succession planning. The experience of NACWOLA and Save the Children UK in Uganda

WITTER, Sophie
2004

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This report highlights the work of National Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (NACWOLA) in Uganda and Save the Children UK in supporting parents and children to develop memory work. Memory books are a unique strategy in supporting the development of children's ability to cope when one or more of their parents is living with HIV, through improving communication within the family and supporting greater planning for the future of children within the family and community. The report outlines the successes and challenges of memory books and succession planning in Uganda, looking at the impact of the project on families, and NACWOLA's organisational development

Children, HIV/AIDS and communication in South Africa : a literature review

FOX Susan
OYOSI Salome
PARKER Warren
May 2002

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This literature review covers key issues relating to children aged 3-12 and HIV/AIDS, including discrimination, grief, children's rights, and knowledge and understanding of HIV/AIDS. The impact on the child, family and community is discussed in detail, particularly in terms of the psycho-social impact of bereavement and how this impacts on the child at different stages in its development. Various community programmes within southern Africa are highlighted, which support children to develop life skills. The influence, role and practice of the media in working with and reaching children is addressed, and case studies of South African media projects such as Soul Buddyz and Takalani Sesame are provided

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