Building Whole Child Resilience: Working together to enable children affected by HIV and AIDS to survive and thrive

We are now at a turning point in international development. It is largely the poorest and most excluded children and families who remain out of reach and who are most affected. HIV is no exception. What will it take to ensure that these children survive and thrive? There is a wealth of evidence to show that children and families affected by HIV and AIDS need integrated, holistic support, combining biomedical, economic and social interventions. Psychosocial support is critical, in this regard.