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Positive prevention : HIV prevention with people living with HIV. A guide for NGOs and service providers

September 2007

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This guide is intended as a resource to help nongovernmental organisation (NGO) staff and HIV service providers working across the spectrum of HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services to take steps towards integrating HIV prevention for, by and with people living with HIV. It is hoped it will also be of use both to individual people living with HIV and to their partners. The guide does not intend to discuss or review all HIV prevention strategies. Rather, it is a starting point from which to consider different strategies to assist NGO staff and HIV service provider organisations to support HIV positive people to live well with HIV and have safer sexual relationships within a full and healthy life. This guide focuses largely on the sexual transmission of HIV

Mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS work


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This manual aims to build knowledge and practical skills among facilitators who train representatives of southern African AIDS Service Organisations, NGOs and CBOs that want to mainstream gender in their HIV and AIDS organisations, policies and programmes. It is divided into five parts: key gender concepts; introduction to gender mainstreaming and gender analysis; mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS organisations; mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS programmes; and mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS policies. Each part contains training activities together with notes for facilitators, handouts and helpful information on conducting the training. The five parts can be used flexibly, either all together in sequence, or seperately, to fit different training needs

Care for children infected and those affected by HIV/AIDS; a handbook for community health workers


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This handbook aims to contribute towards improving the provision of care and support to children infected by or affected by HIV/AIDS. It aims to provide basic information on HIV/AIDS, and to assist carers in providing home-based care and counselling. Subjects covered in the handbook include basic facts about HIV, HIV counselling and testing, nutrition, hygiene, nursing care for children (including on specific opportunistic infections), and the emotional health of children with guidance on how children cope with bereavement. Practical suggestions are also made on improving communication with children

Inventory of agencies with HIV/AIDS activities and HIV/AIDS interventions in Uganda : a review of actors, interventions, achievements and constraints relating to the HIV/AIDS challenge in Uganda

July 2001

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This inventory is the result of a survey carried out across Uganda by AMREF in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Uganda AIDS Commission. Contains details of 717 agencies (governmental agencies, NGOs, faith-based agencies and community-based organisations), involved in prevention interventions, care and support provision and capacity building


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