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Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS

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kevinkelleher
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Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS
Posted on: January 26 2010, 11:24 pm

HIV and AIDS permeate all areas of life in affected communities. Responding to the epidemic requires institutionalising and integrating concern for people affected by or living with the virus throughout government and civil society. HIV and AIDS mainstreaming follows the progress on other cross-cutting development issues, notably gender, in which core development processes and policies are adjusted and refined, without being overtaken by these issues or encumbered by superimposed 'extra' or 'add-on' activities. Several key resources begin with 'working definitions' which carefully shape the scope of mainstreaming activities, reflecting the difficulty in defining exactly what we mean by mainstreaming in different contexts. Most materials on this list relate to mainstreaming in national strategies and policies; more guidelines and handbooks for mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in particular sectors, such as local governance, education, or agriculture, and internally in workplace policies, may be added soon. For tools and case studies about mainstreaming disability issues, see the Source Key list Mainstreaming and disability, in the Disability, inclusion and development key topic area

This Key list has been developed by Healthlink Worldwide in conjunction with Source for the Support to International Partnerships against AIDS in Africa (SIPAA) programme at ActionAid International. Source welcomes additions to this list. Please email any resources you know to be useful (eg printed materials, websites, CD-ROMs) to source@ich.ucl.ac.uk.

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