4 edition of Skills-building for gender mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS found in the catalog.
Skills-building for gender mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS
Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance. Conference
by HSRC Press, Distributed in North America by Independent Publishers Group in Cape Town
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Bridgette Prince, Sarah Pugh & Sharon Kleintjes.|
|Contributions||Prince, Bridgette., Pugh, Sarah., Kleintjes, Sharon Rose., Human Sciences Research Council., Commonwealth Secretariat., Dalhousie University.|
|LC Classifications||RA643.86.A35 S54 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||2008472309|
The report covers the Swazialnd findings of the HIV and AIDS and Gender Baseline Study, carried out as part of the Media Action Plan (MAP) on HIV and AIDS and Gender, led by the Southern African Editors' Forum (SAEF) Skills-building for gender mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS: research and practice. Speaking Books. HIV & AIDS early in those countries where prevalence is still low, VSO emphasises that HIV & AIDS mainstreaming is important and relevant to all our programmes. Often, countries with low national prevalence do not see HIV & AIDS as a priority, believing that there is no risk and that risky behaviours do not exist.
Part I – Gender Mainstreaming: 10 Steps for Integrating Gender into the Policy-Making Process Part I of this handbook provides practical guidance for gender mainstreaming in any policy area or sector. The gender mainstreaming process is divided into 10 stages, and each stage is described with the help of various tools, checklists and Size: 2MB. Gender and Development In Brief ‘Gender and HIV & AIDS’ – edition 11 In Brief is a six page newsletter that aims to stimulate thinking on a priority gender theme. This edition explores gender inequality as a major dynamic when studying the relations between gender and HIV/AIDS.
Getting To Zero: – Strategy Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) incorporates equality for the HIV response as one of its strategic directions Presentation of policy. Gender mainstreaming - a strategy for promoting gender equality: With particular focus on HIV/AIDs and racism Introductory remarks presented .
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The impact of gender in fuelling HIV/AIDS has become a fundamental aspect of addressing the pandemic. It is clear that gender plays a pivotal role in how women and men respond to counselling, testing, treatment, care and prevention programmes.
Gender Mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS: Taking a Multisectoral Approach is the first in a new series of manuals from the Commonwealth Secretariat on gender mainstreaming in critical development issues.
It is being co-published with the Maritime Centre of Excellence for Women's Health (Dalhousie University and the IWK Health Centre).By December or mainstreaming gender into the implementation of the National AIDS Control Programme. This included, for example, the national HIV/AIDS health sector strategy that was being ﬁ nalized at the time of the ﬁ eld test.
In the Sudan, ﬁ eld-testing was conducted in collaboration with the National AIDS. Current trends of HIV transmission and prevalence clearly show that the epidemic is fuelled by gender-based vulnerabilities. Close to 60 per cent of adults living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa are women, and almost 75 per cent of young people living with HIV in southern Africa are female.
It is also clear that issues of gender need to be mainstreamed into attempts to curb the further. Guide to mainstreaming gender in workplace responses to HIV and AIDS 2 Both the Recommendation concerning HIV and AIDS and the world of work, (No. ) and the ILO Code of practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work emphasize the importance of promoting gender equality in responses to HIV and AIDS.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iv The pilot project on‘Mainstreaming Gender,HIV and AIDS into Culture that resulted in the production of this guidebook was implemented in the Seke rural community in is about 40 km from the capital city of S would like to extend their appreciation to the Senator of the District, SenatorTracy Mutinhiri,Chief.
The pilot project on‘Mainstreaming Gender,HIV and AIDS into Culture’that resulted in the production of this guidebook was implemented in the Seke rural community in is about 40 km from the capital city of S would like to extend their appreciation to the Senator of the District,File Size: 6MB.
Gender and HIV/AIDS: UNAIDS Technical Update September The Challenges Others are made vulnerable to HIV by virtue of the disruption mobility causes to their families and social support networks.
The military and many mobile occupations (e.g. truck driving and seafaring) are predominantly taken up by men and also contribute to circumstances that. Essentials of sector and programme mainstreaming As the HIV and AIDS epidemic unfolds, it increasingly poses complex development challenges for countries.
Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS into national development pro-cesses remains a key approach to addressing both the direct and indirect causes of the growing epidemic. Mainstreaming AIDS in development instruments and processes at the national level: a review of experiences, September 1.
Acquired immunodeﬁ ciency syndrome - prevention and control. mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in national development instruments, and of technical support provided to national partners in this area.
The review has been File Size: KB. The extent to which HIV/AIDS mainstreaming strategies and associated challenges are similar to or different from those of mainstreaming gender in the health sector is also explored.
Gender Mainstreaming Guidelines for HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Table of Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 1 FOREWORD 4 ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS 5 KEY GENDER CONCEPTS 6 1.
INTRODUCTION 7 2. BACKGROUND 7 3. RATIONALE FOR DEVELOPING THE GENDER MAINSTREAMING GUIDELINES 8 4. PURPOSE AND SCOPE. 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.
gender into national HIV strategies and plans. Indeed, planning for HIV is taking on diverse forms – in some cases as a stand-along HIV strategy and plan, and in other cases as a component of other national planning processes, such as health or development.
Regardless of the form, addressing the gender dimensions of HIV. Gender Mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS: Taking a Multisectoral Approach is the first in a new series of manuals from the Commonwealth Secretariat on gender mainstreaming in critical development issues. It is being co-published with the Maritime Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (Dalhousie University and the IWK Health Centre).
Get this from a library. Skills-building for gender mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS: research and practice: seminar proceedings: from the 3rd African Conference of the Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance, Dakar, [Bridgette Prince; Sarah Pugh; Sharon Rose Kleintjes; Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance.
a book for NGOs on mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in development work and Helen Elsey, a research associate working with the Department for International Development (DfID) and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM).File Size: KB.
Handbook on mainstreaming HIV/AIDS. These goals are not only fundamentally relevant to human and indeed children’s rights and their development, but any gains regarding elimination.
of child labour or mitigation of the adverse impacts of HIV/AIDS are direct contributions to sustainable indicators on attaining the MDGs. Section C, ‘Building skills and capacity using gender-based analysis to facilitate gender mainstreaming’, chronicles presentations that specifically explore how to do gender-based analysis in your own work, as well as discussions around men, masculinities and HIV/AIDS.
About the Author. Sue Holden is an Honorary Research Associate of the University of Lancaster, England. She has worked as a consultant on responses to HIV/AIDS for the UK government’s Department for International Development, the World Health Organisation, and many NGOs, including ActionAid and Oxfam by:.
HIV/AIDS is a major development challenge that threatens to reverse the socioeconomic and health gains of the last few decades. The global pandemic is being tackled as a multisectoral development con- cern, rather than only as a public health concern, at both national and international Size: KB.The incidence of and risk factors for HIV/AIDS 2 worldwide Why gender and HIV/AIDS?
6 A Gender Framework 10 What is the difference between sex and gender? 10 What is gender analysis? 12 What is gender mainstreaming? 14 Why mainstream? 14 The Gender Management System 15 Objectives 16 The enabling environment 17 Structures 17 .Masculinity norms can also pressure men to have multiple sexual partners, which contradicts HIV/AIDS prevention messages about fidelity, delaying onset of sexual activity in young people, or reducing the number of sexual partners.
homophobia, leaving men who have sex with men to struggle with fear and stigma.