Mainstreaming HIV into Tearfund’s Operational Relief Programmes. 2008
Published by Tearfund 2008
This case study documents the pilot project. It describes the process of mainstreaming and the challenges faced, in order to share learning and recommendations with other agencies working in this field. Mainstreaming HIV is a process that enables relief workers to strengthen the way in which they address the causes and consequences of HIV through adapting and improving both their existing work and their workplace practices. It requires an understanding of the impact of HIV in communities, and adapting development and humanitarian programmes to respond effectively.
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