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Community responses to Aids.

Community responses to Aids.

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Published by Oxford University Press in Eynsham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCommunity development journal -- Vol. 24, no. 3
The Physical Object
Paginationp.164-238 :
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14343513M

Understanding Community Responses to the Situation of Children Affected by AIDS: Lessons for External Agencies Geoff Foster1 Draft paper prepared for the UNRISD project HIV/AIDS and Development March 1The author has been employed as pediatrician by the Government of Zimbabwe at Mutare Provincial Hospital from until the present. Infectious Ideas is a look back at the history of the politics and activism of the AIDS crisis, particularly from the early '80s to mid's. It does a terrific job of highlighting the class, gender, and race limitations of early outreach, demonstrating not just that the failure to reach these groups wasn't PC but that it also impeded addressing the crisis/5.

Describes the multistudy evaluation of community-based human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) responses completed under the World Bank Group (WBG). The planning, design and implementation of the evaluation fits squarely within the WBG core values of client engagement, knowledge sharing, and evidence. The Constellation is a network of individuals, groups, communities and organisations all over the world working hand in hand to help people flourish and contribute to the world we want to live in. To support this network, "The Constellation ASBL" was set up as a registered Belgian non-profit organisation in

  Campbell, C., Nair, Y., and Maimane, S. (a). Building contexts that support effective community responses to HIV/AIDS: A South African case study. American Journal of Community Psychology,39, – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Campbell, Cathy, Nair, Y. and Maimane, S. () Building contexts that support effective community responses to HIV/AIDS: a South African case study. American Journal of Community Psychology, 39 (). pp. ISSN


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Community responses to Aids Download PDF EPUB FB2

This editorial overview summarizes the key findings of the World Bank-led evaluation of the results achieved by community responses to HIV and AIDS, which includes 10 country-level evaluations in addition to overarching desk studies. We use the term ‘evaluation portfolio’ to refer to the set of 17 studies conducted as part of the by: Specifically, the studies examined a typology of community response and the flow of funds to community-based organizations, while investigating the impact of the community responses on (1) knowledge and behavior, (2) use of services, (3) social transformation, and (4) HIV by: assess the results achieved by community responses to HIV and AIDS.

The primary objective of this effort is to build a more robust pool of evidence on the impact and added value of community‐based activities and programs in a cluster of countries, with a strong concentrationFile Size: KB.

Drawing on a wide range of methodologies, this book documents a diverse portfolio of religious responses to HIV and AIDS at the local and global levels in sites from sub-Saharan Africa to New York City. The volume goes beyond the psychology of religion, which is often based on how religion is used to cope with : Hardcover.

Power and Community: Organizational and Cultural Community responses to Aids. book to AIDS Power and Community: Organizational and Cultural Responses to AIDS, Dennis Altman Social aspects of AIDS: Author: Dennis Altman: Edition: annotated: Publisher: Taylor & Francis, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "UNAIDS/E"--Page 2 of cover. Description: 52 pages: illustrations ; 30 cm. Series Title. Rohleder et al.'s () book covers, for example, attempts to conceptualize the impact of HIV, as well as preventive interventions, in terms of communities, and community participation (Campbell.

exercise in to assess the results achieved by community responses to HIV and AIDS. The primary objective of this effort is to build a more robust pool of evidence on the impact and added value of community‐based activities and Size: KB. The project will examine the effects of social cohesion on community responses, identify how the initiatives and support of civil society and the state affect community responses, and explore the forms of support that enable effective and equitable prevention and care responses to HIV and AIDS.

community-based activities and programs as well as to sharpen stakeholders’ policies and support strategies for the community response. This brochure is provided to inform readers about the Evaluation of the Community Response to HIV and AIDS Its intent is not to solicit proposals.

Get this from a library. A review of household and community responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. [Gladys Mutangadura; Duduzile Mukurazita; Helen Jackson, (UNFPA Country Technical Advisor); Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.].

HIV and drug use: Community responses to injecting drug use and HIV. Research (PDF Available) November Supporting community action on AIDS in developing : Susie Mclean. Abstract. The term ‘community’ has a resonant tone. This resonance is evoked in a variety of ways, suggesting something more than the individual (though it is composed of individuals), less than the state (though the state can embody a sense of community) — a vital intermediary body, or rather series of bodies, between by: Book Description.

Drawing on a wide range of methodologies, this book documents a diverse portfolio of religious responses to HIV and AIDS at the local and global levels in sites from sub-Saharan Africa to New York City. The volume goes beyond the psychology of religion, which is often based on how religion is used to cope with illness.

A new report by UNAIDS and the STOP AIDS Alliance emphasises the important role of communities around the world in combating HIV. Communities have been central to the HIV response since the beginning of the epidemic in the s.

The report, ‘Communities Deliver’, outlines the ways in which communities enhance the response and why they are needed to meet the UNAIDS Fast-Track targets.

Metanoia is a Powerful Examination of the Community-Based Responses to the AIDS Crisis. Author: Steven G. Fullwood Janu “I am an incarcerated Person With AIDS (PWA) at the Central California Women’s Facility at Chowchilla (CCWF).

I have been in and out of prison, this is not bragging. This positive turn of events led to a decline in patient populations and, ultimately, to the closure of Unit Czerwiec’s restrained, inviting drawing style and carefully considered narrative examine individual, institutional, and community responses to the AIDS epidemic—as well as the role that art can play in the grieving process/5(17).

Panelists talked about responses by the black community to the HIV/AIDS epidemic among African-American men. Among the issues they addressed were homophobia and the stigma associated with HIV. “Taking Turns is an important work that takes the field of graphic medicine in new directions, both in terms of its object—the philosophy and practices of a clinical unit dedicated to the care of people with AIDS in a particular place and historical moment—and its approach—drawing on the comic artist’s own experience as a nurse on the.

A review of household and community responses to the HIV/AIDSepidemic in the rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa 6 and communities. The report provides examples of what strategies have worked andFile Size: KB.

Coping with disaster is an overwhelming and often baffling task for survivors, rescue workers, and clinicians. This volume looks in depth at how people experience trauma and suggests practical strategies for treatment.

The authors examine issues ranging from the biological basis of posttraumatic stress reaction to the psychosocial and fictional construction of terror, and disasters ranging.EVALUATION OF THE COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO HIV AND AIDS The World Bank in collaboration with DFID and the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development launched an evaluation exercise in to assess the results achieved by community responses to .Schulman was among the first AIDS activists to channel her experiences into literature, and her fourth book is just about the truest account of NYC activist politics, even though it is fiction.