Category: 'HIV/AIDS'

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Capacity Building in Network Organisations

This researched paper looks at how HIV network organisations strengthen their capacity. It gives the challenges they faced along with lessons learnt and is therefore very useful for those of you looking at strengthening the capacity of organisations that you work with, particularly those working within structured networks. It concludes with some very practical recommendations […]

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Policy Framework on Orphans and Other Children Made Vulnerable by HIV and AIDS South Africa

This policy focuses on how HIV/AIDS has impacted on orphans and vulnerable children. The policy sets out objectives, strategies and goals as how to support orphans and vulnerable children and also how to evaluate projects being run by the local, provincial and national levels of government.

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The Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Interventions for the Care of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe

This report looks at how different Sub-Saharan countries have dealt with orphaned and vulnerable children. The report looks at various projects being done in the various countries and how successful they have been.

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Orphans and Vulnerable Children in High HIV-Prevalence Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa

This study looks at eight Sub-Saharan countries with orphans and vulnerable children and how they are coping with the high HIV prevalence in the region. The study looks at the situation orphans and vulnerable children are faced with and how more welfare programmes need to be strengthened to support them.

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Orphans and Vulnerable Children in South Africa: Problem, Perceptions, Players and Possibilities for Change

This report focuses on different perspectives of orphans and vulnerable children and how they are viewed in their communities and the problems they face. The report looks at solutions on how to address the issue of orphans and vulnerable children by involving various stakeholders.

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Caring from within Key findings and policy recommendations on home-based care in Zimbabwe

This report looks at Home-Based Care (HBC) in Zimbabwe. The report argues that not enough support is been given to HBC workers and how policy can help in ensuring that support is given to HBC workers from various sectors of society.

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Orphans and Vulnerable Children: A social investors basic guide

With the continuous rise of HIV/AIDS in our society, more and more children are becoming orphaned and need support from government, the community and social investors. This guideline gives social investors a background as to what the statistics are on orphans and how they could possibly intervene in this epidemic.

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The financial impact of HIV/AIDS on poor households in South Africa

This report concerns a study of the financial impact that HIV/AIDS has on poor households in South Africa. The study made use of Financial Diaries (which is a dataset that tracks household level cashflows over one year) to determine the financial impacts of HIV/AIDS-related deaths.

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The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the African Economy: A Review of South

The article reviews current literature and evidence that relates to the impact that HIV/AIDS has on the South African economy. It considers the literature and macroeconomic models that determine(d) the impact of this epidemic on South Africa, points out faults and focuses on questions that remain unanswered.

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The Projected Economic impact of HIV/AIDS In South Africa, 2003-2015

The report provides the results of a study undertaken to determine the projected economic impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa between 2003 and 2015. Specific focus is given to the effects of HIV/AIDS on household income and expenditure on durables, semidurables and nondurables, and the consequent negative impact on the national income.

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