Hope In Action: Summaries of World Vision's Strategies for HIV and AIDS Response
The HIV and AIDS Hope Initiative is World Vision’s effort to increase and intensify responses to the AIDS pandemic in all of the more than 90 countries where World Vision operates. The overall goal of the Hope Initiative is to reduce the global impact of AIDS on children, their families and communities through the enhancement and expansion of World Vision programs and partnerships focused on HIV prevention, care, and advocacy. This booklet summarizes the Hope Initiative strategies for the nine key areas of HIV and AIDS response on which World Vision focuses. It is intended to be of use to partners interested in learning about World Vision’s HIV programming, including nongovernmental organizations, churches and other faith communities, donors, and policymakers.
World Vision’s HIV and AIDS Hope Initiative: An Overview
World Vision’s Strategies for HIV and AIDS Response
1. HIV Prevention for Girls and Boys
2. Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV
3. HIV Prevention for Most-at-Risk Populations
4. Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children
5. Home Based Care for the Chronically Ill
6. Psychosocial Support for AIDS-Affected Communities
7. Advocacy
8. Partnering with Churches and Other Faith Communities in HIV and AIDS Response
9. Integrating HIV Response in Ongoing Development and Relief Interventions
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Posted : 2012-09-05 22:54:24 GMT
Author/Authors : World Vision HIV/AIDS Hope Initiative
Publishers : World Vision
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Publication Date : 2006
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