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  1. The government of Kenya cash transfer for orphaned and vulnerable children: cross-sectional comparison of household and individual characteristics of those with and without

    Background: The ‘Cash Transfer to Orphans and Vulnerable Children’ (CT-OVC) in Kenya is a government-supported program intended to provide regular and predictable cash transfers (CT) to poor households taking care of OVC. CT programs can be an effective means of alleviating poverty and facilitating the attainment of an adequate standard of living for people’s health and well-being and other international human rights. …

  2. Education Sector HIV and AIDS Global Progress Survey: Uganda Summary Report

    Uganda Country Report for the 2011-2012 Education Sector HIV and AIDS Global Progress Survey.

  3. USAID/Zambia CHANGES2 Program final report: June 2005 - September 2009

    The American Institutes of Research (AIR)/Community Health and Nutrition, Gender and Education Support - 2 (CHANGES2) program was implemented through an EQUIP1 Associate Award. The program commenced operations in June 2005 and was completed in September 2009. CHANGES2 received funding from the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the Africa Education Initiative (AEI), Development Assistance (DA), Fast Track Initiative (FTI), and the Economic Support Fund (ESF). …

  4. Education programming for orphans and vulnerable children affected by or vulnerable to HIV. Moving beyond school fees and uniforms. Final report

    In 2007, an estimated 145 million children 0 to 17 years old were orphaned, having lost one or both parents (UNICEF 2008). Many millions of other children can be described as vulnerable, due to the effects of illness and poverty. There are many reasons for this situation, including conflict, disease, and accidents. However, in recent times, a new and significant cause of the increase in orphans and vulnerable children has been the impact of the HIV pandemic. …

  5. Analyzing the cost-effectiveness of interventions to benefit orphans and vulnerable children: evidence from Kenya and Tanzania

    In an attempt to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in sub-Saharan Africa, the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief provides funding to programs that supply wide-ranging services to OVC and their families. …

  6. Promoting Sympathy and Acceptance of HIV/AIDS Infected and Affected Children in Schools: the case of San Pa Tong, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Promoting Sympathy and Acceptance of HIV/AIDS Infected and Affected Children in Schools: the case of San Pa Tong, Chiang Mai, Thailand

  7. Bringing hope to a generation: food aid to help educate orphans and other vulnerable children

    The World Food Programme (WFP) is helping to secure the safety and well-being of orphans and other vulnerable children. WFP's nutritional support to children and their parents brings hope into lives made uncertain by the disease. The nutritious food helps keep HIV-positive parents alive longer, giving them more time with their children. Targeted food assistance also enables vulnerable children to get an education and build skills for the future. WFP food is meeting today's hunger needs as well as contributing to a better tomorrow.

  8. African Voices on HIV/AIDS and Education. An electronic forum for 2000.

    This report describes a four month experiment to bring information technology to bear on the problem of HIV/AIDS in southern Africa. The mechanism was a United Nations sponsored Internet discussion list designed to open up an interactive virtual dialogue around major issues facing educational policymakers. The focus was on the impact of HIV/AIDS on African education systems.

  9. Psycho-social support of Children Affected by AIDS: An Evaluation and Review of Masiye Camp, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    This report is set forth with the aim of improving the lives of children, young and old, the orphaned generation. It presents a record of Masiye Camp's development and an analysis of its activities. UNAIDS and UNICEF recognize the potential of the Masiye concept to provide practical psycho-social support for children affected by AIDS on a large scale. Masiye Camp is featuring in an UNAIDS Best Practice publication (UNAIDS 2001) called "Investing in our future: on psychosocial support for children affected by AIDS".

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