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  1. Liberia national HIV prevention strategy 2017-2020

    The overall objective of this strategy is to stop new HIV infections − in key populations as well as in the general population of Liberia − and keep PLHIV in Liberia alive and healthy. …

  2. The national HIV and AIDS monitoring and evaluation plan

    The goal of the national HIV and AIDS monitoring and evaluation plan is to ensure a coordinated and effective strategic information management system for use in improving the national HIV and AIDS response. The specific objectives of the National HIV and AIDS M&E Plan are: i) To strengthen the national mechanisms for generating comprehensive, quality and timely HIV and AIDS information for monitoring and evaluating the NSP 2014/15-2019/20; ii) To promote information sharing and utilization among producers and users of HIV and AIDS data/information in Uganda, at all levels.

  3. Mongolia - Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS 2007 - 2011 Report

    This report provides an overview of the work of the UNTG on AIDS between 2007 and 2011, highlighting the key achievements in the various areas of UN work in HIV/AIDS in Mongolia. …

  4. Practical guidelines for supporting EDUCAIDS implementation

    This Framework is designed to enable the education sector at a national level to understand the need for a robust response to HIV and AIDS in order to achieve Education for All (EFA) and the education-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It also highlights the education sector’s role in providing a unique and critical contribution to national responses to HIV and AIDS in the context of universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support. …

  5. Positive partnerships: a toolkit for the greater involvement of people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean education sector

    The toolkit aims to assist education sector staff, networks of people living with HIV, and others to apply the principles for the greater involvement of people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS (GIPA) in a comprehensive approach for the education sector's response to HIV and AIDS. The toolkit includes 10 activities, each requiring from 1 to 3 hours, which can be modified as needed. The activities introduce the basics of HIV and AIDS, the concept of GIPA, and ways its principles can be incorporated into a comprehensive approach for the education sector's HIV and AIDS initiatives. …

  6. Report of the mid-term review of the national HIV and AIDS strategic plan 2006-2011

    The multi-sectoral National Strategic Plan (NSP) for HIV and AIDS was developed and launched in 2006. It covers a five-year period from 2006-2011. The NSP was developed through an extensively participatory process following the joint review of the national multi-sectoral response to HIV and AIDS in 2005. From October 2008 to April 2009, the National AIDS Commission in collaboration with its stakeholders and partners who are involved in the national response to the HIV and AIDS commissioned the Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the NSP. …

  7. Schools as Centres of Care and Support (SCCS): Responding to the Needs of Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children in Rural Areas

    Southern Africa's rural and impoverished communities are some of the hardest hit by the HIV and AIDS pandemic. Large numbers of vulnerable children in these AIDS-affected communities struggle to access resources and services they desperately need and are entitled to. Despite this, most children still attend school, making schools an obvious avenue through which to address the multiplicity of needs of vulnerable children. The case study presented here describes an innovative and effective programme built on the principles of a multi-sectoral approach to HIV and AIDS. …

  8. Advocacy intervention package: prevention of HIV/AIDS among young people

    This publication is prepared by Aidcom with the assistance from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) under the Regional Project on Advocacy for HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Young People in Asia and the Pacific. This Advocacy Intervention Package has been designed for Programme Managers who wish to understand what evidence-based advocacy is. It helps them to define, develop and implement an advocacy strategy, as well as talks about how to join forces with others with similar concerns. The Advocacy Package consists of five Chapters. …

  9. ADITHI : a journey of 15 years for the women by the women and of the women

    The goal of ADITHI (Agriculture, Animal husbandry, Dairy, Industries, Tree Plantation, Handicrafts, Handlooms, Horticulture, Home-Based Workers, Integration of women in the key economic sectors) are empowerment and advancement of resoourceless women and girl children through awareness generation programmes, leadership development, livelihood and income generation programmes in key economic sectors by forming self-sustainable groups. The report recounts the experiences of ADITHI in the past fifteen years.

  10. Networking for policy change: an advocacy training manual

    The manual is based on the principle that advocacy strategies and methods can be learned. It is organized around a well-developed model-tested over time and within diverse cultures-for accomplishing advocacy objectives. The components of the model are the same regardless of the advocacy goals-whether for a campaign to secure a national law protecting women's rights, to increase the range of contraceptive methods available, or to secure local funding for a new primary school. …

  11. Assessment and monitoring of BCC interventions: reviewing the effectiveness of BCC interventions

    The handbook is meant to help planners and implementors look at the effectiveness of the Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) HIV/AIDS prevention interventions. Implementors can use the handbook to monitor while the planners can use it as a planning tool since the handbook highlights important points for the design and development effective BCC programming.

  12. Workplace HIV/AIDS Programs: An action guide for managers

    An Action Guide for Managers provides practical steps for developing and implementing workplace prevention and care programs that will serve both employees and managers.The guide is designed for use by companies' human resources managers, medical officers and union representatives.Users will find guidance in assessing the real and potential impact of HIV/AIDS on their company, in developing an HIV/AIDS policy to cover the workplace and on designing and implementing HIV/AIDS prevention and care programs for the workplace.The guide includes a series of checklists to aid in decision-making about  …

  13. The second national multisectoral HIV and AIDS strategic plan 2006-2008

    The document is presented in five chapters: Background information on the country is chapter one. The description of the past and current situation of HIV and AIDS in the country is chapter two. Chapter three describes the international, regional and national responses to the epidemic. Chapter four presents the vision and mission statement, strategic issues, objectives, strategies, indicators. Implementation of the national response covering coordination, funding, monitoring and evaluation and revision of the strategic plan is presented in chapter five. …

  14. Operational guide on gender and HIV/AIDS: a rights-based approach

    The Operational Guide tries to make the relationship between gender, human rights and HIV/AIDS obvious to those working in the development sector. More than that, it seeks to give guidance to development programmers and practitioners on how to keep these complex linkages in mind when going about their daily business. The Operational Guide gives this support by providing a coherent conceptual framework and a set of guidelines/ checklists and tools. …

  15. Learning to live: monitoring and evaluating HIV/AIDS programmes for young people

    The specific aims of this handbook are: To introduce the concepts which underlie project monitoring and evaluating; To demonstrate how these are practically applied in HIV/AIDS projects; To provide an overview of existing good practice in key sectoral areas, and how these practices have been identified.- to give examples of methods and procedures which can be used in monitoring and evaluating HIV/AIDS projects; To encourage the use and adaptation of these methods, (a) to improve programming, and (b) to advocate the adoption and expansion of effective projects.

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