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Swaziland, HIV/AIDS and the Global Fund

"The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has provided $76.2 million in much-needed financial assistance across close to 10 years to the Kingdom of Swaziland for the execution of their HIV/AIDS programs, achieving admirable results...

The Importance of Rapid HIV testing in Africa's Resource-Constrained Settings

"This backgrounder explores the current state of research on rapid HIV testing from an African perspective. The pros and cons of different tests are presented and the discrepancy between lab results and applications in the field are shown. It offe...

The Effect of Livelihoods Programs on Care Giving Roles in Households affected by HIV and AIDS

Some of the recommendations in this report are as follows: there is a need to increase the focus on advocacy for governments to ensure that all communities access their rights and entitlements for HIV prevention and AIDS treatment and care servic...

Governance, Society and Development in Kenya

"The papers published in this volume were selected from the conference whose theme was "Governance, Society and Development in Kenya" . The papers fall under three broad themes namely: Social Policy Frameworks; Education and Research and Gender a...

Mauritians Welcome Ethnic/Religious Diversity but are Less Tolerant of Homosexuals and People Living with HIV/AIDS

"Despite their multiplicity of ethnic/cultural (European, African, Indian, Chinese) and religious (Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist) backgrounds, Mauritians have experienced few incidents of ethnic or religious violence. The last major incident...

Aids and Aids Treatment in a Rural South African Setting

"The monograph is divided into four chapters and two appendices. The first chapter explores popular meanings and definitions of Aids in Ithanga, the outlying Lusikisiki village where the research was conducted and before the arrival of ART. Chapt...

AFIDEP News June - Dec 2015

This newsletter by AFIDEP consists of several articles. The first article : Malawi President commits to championing youth development and the demographic dividend in Malawi and across Africa. The meeting and procedures discusses how Malawi can har...

Landscape Analysis of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS Integration in Eastern and Southern Africa

The purpose of this study was to provide an understanding of the landscape of MNCH, FP and HIV/AIDS burden, service delivery gaps, and integration efforts to inform potential engagement and investments on integration grounded on the MNCH platform...

Joining Hands Integrating Gender and HIV/AIDS: Report of an ACORD Project using Stepping Stones in Angola, Tanzania and Uganda

There is a need for everyone – men, women, parents, children, households and communities – to join hands in addressing the immediate needs of those already infected with HIV/AIDS. This disease continues to attack an ever growing proportion of gir...

'Lived Poverty' can Inform Swazi Anti-poverty Efforts

Poverty continues to be a major challenge in Swaziland, exacerbated by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Almost two-thirds (63%) of the Swazi population were living in severe poverty in 2012. While reported mild economic growth and declining poverty levels (...

Hope and Life Access to ARVs in a Community Context: Rural-Urban Experiences in Burkina Faso

High levels of HIV/AIDS-related stigma was revealed in the survey findings. After the discovery of their status, many individuals experience rejection and/or isolation. In all likelihood due to the fear of rejection by family and/or friends – arou...

Unravelling HIV/AIDS - Related Stigma

Since the onset of HIV two decades ago, millions of people have been infected. In the absence of effective treatment and care, these too will join the ranks of many more millions of people who have died of AIDS. With such a serious threat to manki...

Walking the Talk in the Workplace - Scaling up Initiatives for Managing HIV and AIDS at Workplaces in Tanzania

This study was aimed at generating relevant data which relates to the status of HIV and AIDS workplace policy formulation and implementation for participating organisations for informing the Up scaling Project on Managing HIV in workplaces in Tanz...

Walking the Talk in the Workplace Strengthening and Scaling Up Sustainable Internal HIV and AIDS Responses for CSO Workplaces in Uganda

There is a necessity to bridge the gaps in knowledge on stigma awareness between managers and their staff. Managers should endeavour to discuss issues of HIV and AIDS with their staff on a regular basis in order to get such feedback. This can be ...

Defending Rights Promoting Justice

The main purpose of the Advocacy Toolkit for small holder farmers is to build the capacity of partners to better mobilise and engage with policymakers. This is aimed at influencing national, regional and international policies regarding their righ...

A Status Analysis on Community Vulnerability to HIV & AIDS in Food Insecure Settings: A Case of Post-Conflict Areas in Uganda

The overall objective of this study was to collect information on the status and extent of community vulnerability to HIV & AIDS in food insecure post-conflict communities in Uganda. Specifically, the study aimed at finding out the status of food...

Preventing Preventable Cervical Cancer in Kenya

"Cervical cancer is a prevalent yet preventable cause of death among Kenyan women. Lack of viable vaccination, screening and treatment options, combined with a high incidence of risk are the main causal factors. Subsidized vaccination programs an...

Reducing HIV Infection Rates among Young Kenyan Women

"In Kenya, HIV rates are much higher for women than for men. This gender differential is particularly pronounced for young women aged 15 to 24 years, who are four times more likely to contract HIV than young men in the same age group. Kenya’s pol...

Mainstreaming of HIV and AIDS into South African Fisheries Policy

"This study set out to investigate the impact of HIV and Aids on selected fishing communities in South Africa. The goal of the research was to assist DEAT: MCM in mainstreaming HIV/Aids into fisheries policy through ethnographic and in-depth analy...

AIDS in Southern Africa Thoughts About its Possible Origins

"The truth about the origins of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continues to be evasive. While hope is growing that the world might one day conquer this deadly virus, as evidence points to a declining trend in new infections, the question t...

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