Advocacy materials

  • Mainstreaming HIV in Education
  • HIV and the World of Work
  • Advocacy from the Ground Up: A Toolkit for Strengthening Local Responses-1
  • The toolkit provides a guide to a wide range of activities with resources and reference materials for both trainers and participants. It is   intended to broadly elaborate on the concept of advocacy and how it plays a key role in effective HIV interventions and AIDS services. It is currently being used to structure advocacy capacity initiatives for the ongoing Community Advocacy Initiative (CAI) project.
  • Handbook for Advocacy Planning
  • This handbook assists in developing advocacy activities through a series of highly specialized actions. Associations must analyze political processes, state structure, current legislation at the various government levels, international commitments, and the social, economic, geopolitical, and human development context.
  • The human cost of global health cuts in H.R. 1
  • Funding for AIDS treatment for 448,866 people would be eliminated, resulting in a halt to treatment expansion and deeper cuts in HIV prevention and other areas in an effort to avoid removing current patients from lifesaving treatment. 299,294 orphans and vulnerable children could lose their food, education, and livelihood assistance. 20,000 more infants could be infected with HIV each year due to reductions in services to combat mother-to-child HIV transmission. Nearly 3.9 million fewer people would be treated for malaria and 2 million fewer insecticide-treated mosquito nets would be available, with increased loss of life from malaria felt overwhelmingly among children under five. 51,822 fewer people with tuberculosis would receive lifesaving treatment, seriously endangering their lives as well as other people’s due to the contagious nature of this illness.

Demographic and Health Surveys

    Capacity Building and Knowledge Management

    Early and forced marriage

    Ethics

      by Mariana Kruger, Paul Ndebele, Lyn Horn The aim of this book is to provide research ethics committee members with a resource that focuses on research ethics issues in Africa. The authors are currently active in various aspects of research ethics in Africa and the majority have been trained in the past by either the Fogarty International Center or Europe and Developing Countries Clinical Trial Partnership (EDCTP) sponsored bioethics training programmes . . .