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HIV and AIDS services worldwide

BEAUMONT, Sylvie
April 2009

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This directory lists contact details and service profiles of over 2,200 organisations working in the HIV and AIDS fields in 189 countries throughout the world. It aims to foster the sharing of skills, information and expertise. The directory lists international, national and regional organisations, as well as international networks, treatment centres, key specialist agencies and research units linked to community-based projects. The information is indexed both by organisation name and category of work, and is presented in four languages: English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. A CD-ROM version is included, and the information in this directory is searchable on NAM's on-line database at www.aidsmap.com

Beyond our borders : a guide to twinning for HIV/AIDS organizations

INTERAGENCY COMMISSION ON AIDS AND DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH CANADA
2001

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'A Guide to Twinning' enhances the ability of community-based HIV/AIDS organisations to undertake twinning with organisations in other countries. It provides a step-by-step guide on how to make twinning happen. The guide also: - outlines the benefits of twinning, describes the different forms of twinning and lists several examples of past or current twinning projects; - presents lessons learned from existing twinning projects, including the characteristics of successful twinning and challenges associated with twinning projects; and - describes some of the cultural issues that can arise in international twinning projects, including issues around intercultural understanding and communications, North-South dynamics, and language

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INTERAGENCY COMMISSION ON AIDS AND DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH CANADA
1999

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'A Guide to Twinning' enhances the ability of community-based HIV/AIDS organisations to undertake twinning with organisations in other countries. It provides a step-by-step guide on how to make twinning happen. The guide also: - outlines the benefits of twinning, describes the different forms of twinning and lists several examples of past or current twinning projects; - presents lessons learned from existing twinning projects, including the characteristics of successful twinning and challenges associated with twinning projects; and - describes some of the cultural issues that can arise in international twinning projects, including issues around intercultural understanding and communications, North-South dynamics, and language

Inclusion International : linking local voices to global change

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The purpose of the website is to present best practices, provide useful online resources and tools, and provide the latest information on advocating for the human rights of people with disabilities. Priority areas include: inclusive education, poverty reduction, children and families, the millenium development goals and the UN Disability Convention. This website is also available in French and Spanish and would be useful for anyone with an interest in inclusion, family based organisations and disability and development

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