Gender and HIV/AIDS: Guidelines for Integrating a Gender Focus into NGO Work on HIV/AIDS

Publish Year : 2002
Publisher : ActionAid, Agency for Co-operation and Research in Development (ACORD), Save the Children
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Description :

The first step for agencies planning to undertake work on HIV/AIDS in the community must be to train staff to enable them to work more sensitively and effectively at the community level. This guide provides a framework for analysis to help identify links and facilitate discussions. The Gender Analysis Matrix, Social Relations Framework and Hierarchy of Needs are some of the tools for gender analysis outlined in the guide. This is a short, practical resource to assist staff of international and local non-governmental organizations (NGOS) with carrying out research and planning HIV/AIDS interventions more effectively. 

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