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Data availability on men's involvement in families in sub-Saharan Africa to inform family-centred programmes for children affected by HIV and AIDS

HOSEGOOD, Victoria
MADHAVAN, Sangeetha
June 2010

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This article describes the availability of data about men and families, in particular fathers, in sub-Saharan African surveys and longitudinal population cohorts. To date, there has been limited research to examine men's role in providing emotional and material support and protection for children and families affected by HIV and AIDS, however increasing interest in family-oriented interventions around HIV and AIDS mean that such information needs to be collected

UNAIDS practical guidelines for intensifying HIV prevention : towards universal access

JOINT UNITED NATIONS PROGRAMME ON HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
2007

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These practical guidelines are designed to help policy makers and planners to create an effective national response to HIV prevention, by ensuring that their response matches the epidemic dynamics and social context within their country and the populations who remain most vulnerable to and at risk of HIV infection. The guidelines encourage countries to know the national and local epidemiological scenarios and their current response; to match and prioritise their response; to set ambitious, realistic and measurable prevention targets; to tailor prevention plans to local epidemic scenarios and to use and analyse strategic information

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