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  1. Responding to HIV and AIDS. A practitioner's guide to mainstreaming in development projects

    This guide is intended for managers and field staff of development projects supported by Misereor. It also addresses other development agencies and a wider public interested in HIV/AIDS mainstreaming. The guide provides comprehensive information on HIV/AIDS mainstreaming and shows how to translate the mainstreaming approach into practice. Many of the examples and explanations refer to Africa; nevertheless the guide is designed to be used also in Asian and Latin American countries. The guide is structured as follows: Chapter 1: Responding to HIV and AIDS. …

  2. Reaching the Unreached: A Practical Guide to Producing HIV and AIDS Prevention Audio-Visual Material in Ethnic Minority Language

    The manual is designed for people who want to develop materials in ethnic minority languages but are not sure how. Explaining and giving examples of why culture and language are essential in HIV prevention, the manual offers a simple but detailed explanation of the 12-Step UNESCO Methodology for developing and creating these culturally and linguistically appropriate prevention materials such as such as radio shows, TV soap operas, comics and movies. It also outlines practical steps needed to design and produce a prevention drama in ethnic minority languages. …

  3. Derechos Humanos y SIDA: Guía para promotores comunitarios

    Esta Guía es el producto de la construcción colectiva impulsada por Fundación Huésped, a través del trabajo en taller realizado con especialistas y promotores de cuatro Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil que desarrollan experiencias de promoción comunitaria con diversos grupos de población considerados vulnerables: niñas, niños y adolescentes, población migrante, personas en situación de encierro, personas que viven con VIH/SIDA. Se explican los derechos humanos y derechos de las personas que viven con VIH, y se proponen estrategias específicas para cada uno deálos grupos enunciados.

  4. Guía de atención para poblaciones móviles para el control y prevención de ITS/VIH/SIDA

    Guía para la atención del VIH/SIDA e ITS en poblaciones móviles en El Salvador. Las características de las poblaciones móviles. Relación entre población que se desplaza y VIH/SIDA; riesgo, vulnerabilidad y movilidad. Propósito, objetivos, estrategias y actividadesápara este tipo de población. En anexos se incluye el contenido teórico de talleres para población vulnerable respecto a VIH/SIDA e ITS: 1. Qué es el sida y cambios de conducta. 2. Autoestima, género y precepción de riesgo. 3. Drogas y alcohol como factores de riesgo. 4. ITS a excepción del VIH/SIDA. 5. …

  5. FMO Thematic Guide: Reproductive Health

    This thematic guide from Forced Migration Online provides an overview of key issues in reproductive health, focusing on both longer-term and emergency settings. Emphasizing universal rights, womenÆs empowerment, and health service provision as core components of reproductive and sexual health (RSH), the guide contains a historical synopsis of key issues, a discussion of RSH issues in settings of forced displacement and longer-term settings, and a summary of constraints to providing comprehensive RSH care. …

  6. A human rights approach to TB: stop TB guidelines for social mobilization

    The document looks at human rights dimensions of issues affecting people's vulnerability to contracting TB and their access to TB care.

  7. Toolkit for HIV prevention among mobile populations in the Greater Mekong Subregion

    Toolkit for HIV prevention among mobile populations in the Greater Mekong Subregion

  8. Guidebook book for planning education in emergencies and reconstruction. HIV preventive education (Chapter 4.3)

    The Guidebook for planning education in emergencies and reconstruction aims to support educational authorities in providing equal access to education of quality for children affected by conflict or disaster. It is addressed primarilyat staff of ministries of education, including national, provincial and district level planners and managers, in countries affected by conflict or natural disasters, or hosting refugees from a neighbouring state. …

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