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Coordination for vulnerable children : Alliance Zambia’s efforts to strengthen government and community OVC systems

ALLIANCE FOR COMMUNITY ACTION ON HEALTH IN ZAMBIA (Alliance Zambia)
2009

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Based on its experience of implementing a programme to strengthen community support systems for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), Alliance Zambia sees coordination within government, and partnership between government and civil society, as essential building blocks for effective OVC support

Community-based social services : practical advice based upon lessons from outside of the World Bank

MCLEOAD, Dinah
December 2003

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The purpose of this paper is to gather information outside of the Bank, in both developed and developing countries, on design and delivery of community based social service initiatives. Recommendations are provided for practical advice on project design and to enhance the sub-project cycle for social service-type projects
Social Protection Discussion Paper Series

Reseau Afrique 2000 : how AIDS community-based organisations are fighting the epidemic in Africa

NOCK, Francis
Ed
November 2001

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This publication is a synthesis of the types of work carried out by 15 community-based organisations in francophone West Africa. It demonstrates to decision-makers in organisations in other developing countries that an anlaytical overview of their work is worth making. Chapters cover issues such as financial conditions for the care of people living with HIV/AIDS; psychological and social support; the role of the family; and access to treatment. It gives examples to illustrate actual work voluntary organisations are carrying out

Establishing and sustaining HIV post-test clubs (PTCs) : lessons learnt from Kenya

WILDEMAN, Renske
TAEGTMEYER, Miriam
DOYLE, Vicki
October 2001

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This briefing outlines the objectives and activities of HIV Post-Test Clubs (PTCs), and, using a case-study from Kenya, looks at the lessons learned and at the challenges ahead. Post-Test Clubs are designed to raise community awareness about HIV/AIDS, and to advocate for community-based counselling and testing centres. The document calls for more openness about HIV status between members, a greater emphasis in HIV/AIDS self awareness, training for PTC members and regular monitoring and evaluation of club activities

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