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HIV prevention in maternal health services : programming guide

PERCHAL, Paul
et al
2004

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This guide helps Ministries of Health, policy makers, programme managers, trainers, and nongovernmental organisations to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate HIV and STI prevention programmes in maternal health services.The purpose of this guide is to address programming gaps in the prevention of HIV and other STIs in maternal health services; and to increase the capacity of maternal health providers and community based providers through training and facilitative supervision to provide pregnant and post-partum women with HIV and STI prevention services and referrals. It looks at programme planning; the different types of prevention programmes that are possible (eg information and communciation programmes and counselling programmes); and the different types of training that can be considered for staff involved in delivering maternal health services

HIV prevention in maternal health services : training guide

PERCHAL, Paul
et al
2004

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This training pack has been developed using participatory training approaches, which means that the exercises require the active involovement of all participants. It has been developed for use by skilled and experienced trainers who are familiar with the content and objectives of each exercise. The guide consists of a detailed curriculum with session guides, and a series of appendices containing additional materials

Towards a handbook for India : overall assessment, case studies, strategies/conclusion/recommendations

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANISATION (UNESCO)
THE JOINT UNITED NATIONS PROGRAM ON HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
2001

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This handbook is based on a UNESCO project on cultural approaches to HIV and AIDS, which focuses on culture as the core element in ensuring relevance, efficiency and sustainability of prevention and care policies and projects. The handbook is intended to be an instrument for taking a cultural approach to HIV/AIDS in the India. It presents a set of methodological and learning approaches to be implemented in planning and training activities. It also presents a series of case studies demonstrating the approach in projects targetting settled and migrant communities in Delhi, female sex workers, men who have sex with men, street children, and drug users. It concludes with lessons learned and recommendations

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