Aids on the Agenda
This book is written for policy makers, managers and programme staff in development and humanitarian agencies, to promote debate about the challenges that confront them in a world which has been changed for ever by the pandemic of AIDS. The book considers the possible responses to the problem and is based on case studies drawn from the experiences of ActionAid, Oxfam International and Save the Children UK.
|Part 1: Mainstreaming AIDs in dvelopment and humanitarian programmes: background and rationale|
|Part 2: Experiences of Mainstreaming AIDs|
|Part 3: Ideas for mainstreaming AIDs|
Sue Holden Sue Holden is an honorary Research Associate at Lancaster University. She has worked as a consultant for DFID, WHO, and several NGOs, including ActionAid and Oxfam.
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