Humanitarian Programmes and HIV and AIDS
A Practical Approach to Mainstreaming
Section 1:What is HIV and AIDS mainstreaming?
1.1 Who is this book for?
1.2 What is mainstreaming?
1.3 HIV and emergencies
1.4 What mainstreaming is not
Section 2:Why mainstream HIV and AIDS in emergencies?
2.1 Why get involved?
2.2 How emergencies can result in spreading HIV
2.3 How HIV can aggravate the impact of emergencies
2.4 Vulnerable groups
Section 3:How to mainstream HIV and AIDS in emergencies
3.1 Pre-emergency preparedness
3.4 Monitoring and evaluation
Section 4:Advice for managers to help in planning
4.1 Internal (staff both national and international)
4.2 External (mainstreaming in the programme)
Section 5:Activities and exercises
5.1 Induction for staff
5.2 A one-day training for staff
5.3 Community meetings
5.4 A one-day training for community members
Section 6: Summary
Appendix 1: Everything you may have forgotten about HIV and AIDS
Appendix 2: Factors increasing HIV in emergencies, and possible responses
Appendix 3: Suggestions for answers to Activity 7 (Case Study)
Appendix 4: Activity cards
Vivien Margaret Walden
Vivien Walden is the global humanitarian monitoring, evaluation and learning adviser for Oxfam GB. She is currently piloting a methodology for measuring change in the lives of affected communities after a disaster response. Vivien holds a PhD from the University of Manchester in evaluation of behaviour change, with HIV in Zimbabwe as the area of research.