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The memory work trainer's manual : supporting families affected by HIV and AIDS

HEALTHLINK WORLDWIDE
NATIONAL COMMUNITY OF WOMEN LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS IN UGANDA (NACWOLA)
2005

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This manual guides trainers through a course to support parents, guardians and carers affected by HIV and AIDS, by helping them to share information, hopes and fears with their children; strengthen each child's sense of identity and belonging; plan for the future care of their children. The course is designed to be delivered to: parents and other family members living with HIV and AIDS; future guardians of children affected by HIV and AIDS; community workers and volunteers working with children and families affected by HIV and AIDS. The manual draws significantly on the experiences and ideas of NACWOLA trainers and trainees, as well as those of Healthlink Worldwide and others. The course consists of 12 modules, covering child development, parenting, communication between parents, carers, guardians and children, HIV status disclosure, coping with separation, loss and grief, planning for children's future, involving children in planning, preparation for new care arrangements, making a memory book, and related legal aspects

Meeting the special needs of young children : the way forward

WORLD BANK
2004

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The ECD HIV/AIDS Workshop in Tanzania 12 - 16 April 2004, co-sponsored by the World Bank, UNICEF and UNAIDS, was the first of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa. The objectives were to accelerate the early child development response in the region to learn how to access World Bank funding for ECD AIDS activities and to prepare an ECD HIV/AIDS action plan. This report gives a short summary of the workshop

Matrix of five types of ECD HIV/AIDS interventions, suggested outcome indicators, and comments

WORLD BANK
2004

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This is a matrix of the five recommended types of Early Childhood Development (ECD) and HIV and AIDS interventions. It includes suggestions of delivery services to young children, education and support for families and caregivers, training and support of care providers, sensitisation through the mass media and community mobilisation. It provides indicators and comments for each of these categories and is a useful overview of the key interventions which could take place in this field

Asmara early childhood development conference documents : declaration, overview and synthesis statements

GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA
2002

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The report of the conference addresses the central theme of "Early childhood interventions: what works and experiences learned". It covers issues related to policy development, planning integrated early childhood development, effective community approaches and practices, disadvantaged children and indigenous knowledge and child upbringing. Basic recommendations and a framework for action form part of the conclusions and can be used as a reference for action, collaboration, networking and future follow up

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