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    Planning and Support Tool for Empowering Approaches to SRHR Education with Young People

    This evidence and rights-based Planning and Support Tool helps organisations to identify how and what they can improve in order to have high quality HIV prevention and SRHR education programmes for young people in place. The fully revised second edition of this practical tool captures all up to date research findings and translated this evidence for practical use. The tool can be used to plan new interventions, but also to analyse existing interventions. The first edition of the tool is also available in French and Portuguese. more

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  • Study - Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups in Ethiopia

    Effective social protection is vital to reducing the disadvantages and inequalities that make people vulnerable to HIV infection, enabling PLHIV to live healthily and adhere to treatment, and mitigating the impact of HIV and AIDS on households. The study shows that among the respondents, 37% receive no support whatsoever and 24% have support from one program. Ethiopia has still big steps to take to achieve UNAIDS goal 10 on social protection: 75% of people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV, who are in need, benefit from HIV-sensitive social protection. The Ethiopian government, UNAIDS and the ILO have taken an interest in the study. A fact sheet summarizing the findings and recommendations of the study is available as well. more

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  • Factsheet "How accessible is social protection for PLHIV in Ethiopia?"

    The study ‘Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups’ is part of the Linking & Learning project of the Community of Practice (CoP) on HIV and livelihoods in Ethiopia, supported by STOP AIDS NOW! The CoP is offering social protection programs to people living with HIV, people at high risk of HIV (like sex workers, housemaids) and people affected by AIDS (like orphans, vulnerable children, widowed households). Findings and recommendations of the study can be found in this factsheet. more

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  • Study report - Stigma and Discrimination in the Informal Sector Experienced by People Living with HIV

    The stigma and discrimination study was commissioned by our Community of Practice on HIV and Livelihoods to provide a rigorous foundation for its practice guideline on stigma and discrimination and to develop a methodology which partners could use in order to measure progress and determine the strategy in tackling stigma and discrimination. A tool was developed which assesses stigma on three dimensions in people living with HIV (internalized, anticipated and enacted) and in people ostensibly HIV negative (prejudice, stereotypes and discriminatory behavior). This tool could be used by other organisations working on HIV-related stigma and discriminations. more

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  • Guidelines - Planning and Implementing Effective HIV and Livelihood programmes

    This guideline is developed as a joint activity of the Community of Practice of the STOP AIDS NOW! HIV and livelihoods linking and learning project. The document consists of experiences and practices of 12 Community of Practice organisations in Ethiopia: Action for Self-Reliance, CVM Ethiopia, Dorcas Aid Ethiopia, Envisage for Better Life, Hundee Grass Root Development Initiative, ISAPSO, Jerusalem Children and Community Development Organisations, MKC-RDA, NEP+, OSSA, OVC Network and Wasasa Microfinance Institution. This guideline is available in Amharic as well. more

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  • HIV and Social Protection - Guidance Note

    This note was prepared by the UNAIDS Secretariat in collaboration with the Inter-Agency Working Group on HIV and Social Protection, Care and Support. It draws upon the expertise of UNAIDS and the experience of its Cosponsors and partners on HIV and social protection. This Guidance Note provides information on the recommended investments in HIV and social protection. It also highlights the definitions, principles, evidence and practices for effective HIV and social protection programming. The guidance in this document applies to different population groups and calls for particular attention to specific groups, including key populations. Specific guidance will have to be developed to address in more depth the needs of key populations. more

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