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Making an Impact in HIV and AIDS

By Jocelyn de Jong
ISBN: 9781853395390
The book is aimed both at HIV/AIDS workers who are interested in NGO programmes, and about NGO workers who want to explore what NGOs can do to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS.
£14.95

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  • Synopsis
    Recogonizing that scaling up NGO programmes involves more than just additional resources, Making an Impact in HIV and AIDS analyses when expansion is appropriate, how to make it effective, how to measure the costs, and what the implications for organizations may be.

    The book is aimed both at HIV/AIDS workers who are interested in NGO programmes, and about NGO workers who want to explore what NGOs can do to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS.
  • Table of Contents
    Prelims (Contents, Acknowledgements, Foreword by Chris Castle, Acroynms, List of Figures, List of Case Studies)
    PART I - BACKGROUND AND DEFINITIONS
    1. The Importance and Urgency of Scaling Up HIV/AIDS responses
    2. Defining Scaling Up in the Context of AIDS: Different Perspectives
    3. Trade-Offs and Difficult Choices
    PART II - STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS
    4. Strategies for Scaling Up of Relevance to HIV/AIDS
    5. Partnerships and Alliances
    6. Why and When to Scale Up
    7. Considering Cost
    8. Challenges in Scaling Up HIV/AIDS Efforts
    PART III - INSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS
    9. Internal Dimensions of Scaling Up
    10. Implications for Donors and NGO Support Organisations in HIV/AIDS
    11. Conclusion
    Back Matter (Appendix: List of Workshop Participants, Glossary, Endnotes, References, Recommended Reading, Index)
  • Details
    Sub Title No
    Author Jocelyn de Jong
    Editor No
    Number of Pages 160
    Format Paperback / softback