Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in Development and Humanitarian Programmes
AIDS has radically changed the contexts in which development and humanitarian organisations operate, and now they need to adapt their policies and practice accordingly. Sue Holden explains the concept of mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in simple language, with practical guidelines for applying the approach in a wide range of sectors.Sue Holdens previous book, AIDS on the Agenda: Adapting Development and Humanitarian Programmes to Meet the Challenge of HIV/AIDS, made the case for mainstreaming, using both theoretical discussion and experiences from the field. She has now adapted that work to produce this shorter and simpler book, to make the idea and practice of mainstreaming more accessible to those who actually do development and humanitarian work, as well as those who manage and fund it.
Table of Contents
Part I: The case for mainstreaming HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS and under-development
What does ‘mainstreaming’ mean?
Why mainstream HIV/AIDS?
Implications for responding to HIV/AIDS
Part II: Ideas for mainstreaming HIV/AIDS
Strategy and guiding principles
Ideas for internal mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS
Ideas for mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in development work
Ideas for mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in humanitarian work
Issues and challenges
Appendix 1: Basic information about HIV and AIDS
Appendix 2: AIDS work and development work: complementary strategies
Sub Title N/A Author Sue Holden Editor No Number of Pages 144 Format Paperback / softback
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