AIDS on the Agenda: Adapting Development and Humanitarian Programmes to Meet the Challenge of HIV/AIDS

AIDS on the Agenda: Adapting Development and Humanitarian Programmes to Meet the Challenge of HIV/AIDS

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ISBN-13: 9780344558108
Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
Publication date: 10/31/2018
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

Sue Holden is an Honorary Research Associate of the University of Lancaster, England. She has worked as a consultant on responses to HIV/AIDS for the UK government’s Department for International Development, the World Health Organisation, and many NGOs, including ActionAid and Oxfam GB.

Table of Contents

Prefaceix
Acknowledgementsxiii
Acronyms and abbreviationsxiv
Glossaryxvi
Part IMainstreaming AIDS in development and humanitarian programmes: background and rationale1
1Introduction3
2AIDS as a development issue9
3Terms, meanings, and examples39
4AIDS work: the direct response51
5Why mainstream AIDS?78
6Mainstreaming AIDS in an idealised world113
Part IIExperiences of mainstreaming AIDS125
7Experiences of mainstreaming AIDS internally127
8Experiences of mainstreaming AIDS externally in development work157
9Experiences of mainstreaming AIDS externally in humanitarian work191
10Learning from the mainstreaming of gender207
Part IIIIdeas for mainstreaming AIDS215
11Strategy and guiding principles217
12Ideas for internal mainstreaming226
13Ideas for external mainstreaming241
14Issues and challenges269
15Conclusion285
Resources293
Unit 1Researching the current internal impacts of AIDS294
Unit 2Predicting the internal impacts of AIDS300
Unit 3Assessing the impacts of AIDS education303
Unit 4Devising or adapting a workplace policy307
Unit 5Monitoring the internal impacts of AIDS and the effects of internal mainstreaming311
Unit 6Training for mainstreaming AIDS in development work316
Unit 7Undertaking community research for mainstreaming AIDS in development work323
Unit 8Adapting organisational systems329
Unit 9Training for mainstreaming AIDS in humanitarian work332
Unit 10Undertaking community research for mainstreaming AIDS in humanitarian work338
Notes342
Bibliography346
Index360
Readers' feedback378
List of figures
2.1Causes and consequences of AIDS: social, economic, and political26
2.2Synergies between development work and AIDS work36
4.1HIV/AIDS: the web of causation66
7.1Oxfam GB model for assessing the internal impact of AIDS150
12.1Summary of key steps in the internal mainstreaming of AIDS238
13.1Summary of key steps in the external mainstreaming of AIDS in development work257
13.2Summary of key steps in the external mainstreaming of AIDS in humanitarian work268
List of tables
1.1Stages of HIV infection: a summary6
2.1HIV/AIDS statistics by region, for the end of 200213
2.2Household strategies in response to HIV/AIDS29
3.1Summary of terms, meanings, and examples49
5.1Impacts of AIDS on households in terms of increasing poverty and labour constraints84
5.2Workplace impacts of HIV and AIDS97
5.3Determinants of, and programme responses to, HIV infection107
5.4Summary of implications for development and humanitarian agencies' response to HIV and AIDS112

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