Guidance Documents or Other Resources
Time to Step Up: A Call to Action
Co-authored by Regional Inter Agency Task Team on Children & AIDS and the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS, Time to Step Up outlines the urgent steps needed to prioritize children affected by HIV and AIDS in the post-2015 development agenda.
Palliative Care at Home for Young Children in Africa
Training and Support Package
Healthy Parents, Healthy Children, Healthy Families
A brochure for community organizations to adapt and use with families affected by HIV and AIDS (instructions for printing the brochure as a booklet can be found here)
The Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS’s Toolkit on Conference Abstracts & Presentations
The Coalition has developed these easy-to-use toolkit on how to write effective conference abstracts, and on how to make compelling conference presentations
Guidelines on Conference PowerPoint Presentations
Published by the XVIth International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2006 Toronto)
Interactive toolkit on conference presentations
Toolkit produced by Jeff Radel of University of Kansas Medical Center
Note on ZIP files:
A ZIP file uses compression software that allows a whole folder of files to be sent as just one file.
Save the ZIP file to your desktop on your computer, and then just double-click on it – most computers already have the software to “unzip” these files.
If it doesn’t open automatically, go to a reputable download site like http://www.download.com/, and type “zip files” into the search box to download and install a ZIP expander – there are several free applications for Windows and Mac.
Home Truths: Facing the Facts on Children, AIDS and Poverty
Final report by The Joint Learning Initiative on Children and AIDS (JLICA)
JLICA has also made available synthesis papers for each of their four Learning Groups
Progress Report for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS
UNICEF, December 2009
Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of Community- and Faith-Based Programs: A step-by-step guide for people who want to make HIV and AIDS services and activities more effective in their community
2nd Edition, September 2006 – Produced by the CORE Initiative, Communities Responding to HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Strengthening systems to support children’s healthy development in communities affected by HIV/AIDS : a review
By Dr. Linda Richter. Published by the WHO, 2006.
This document is the expanded version of the document co-authored by Linda Richter, Lorraine Sherr & Geoff Foster, entitled “Where the Heart is”
HIV/AIDS and Early Childhood: Coordinators’ Notebook
An International Resource for Early Childhood Development (vol. 26, 2002) – produced by the Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care & Development
Handbook on Paediatric AIDS in Africa
By the African Network for the Care of Children Affected by AIDS (2004)
The Promise of a Future – Strengthening Family and Community Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Sub-Saharan Africa
A document co-produced by the Firelight Foundation, the American Jewish World Service, theBernard van Leer Foundation and the Pan-African Children’s Fund