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Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS Resource Pack
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Are you working on mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in development sec-
tors?

Have you heard about or used a resource pack on mainstreaming
HIV/AIDS produced by the HIV/AIDS Knowledge programme at the
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine?

It is called, "Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in development sectors - a
resource pack for practitioners and policy makers."

The pack includes a 50 page document called "HIV/AIDS Main-
streaming: A definition, some experiences and strategies" and
can be found here:
http://www.ukzn.ac.za/heard/research/ResearchReports/2003/DFID%20mainstreaming%20report_Jan031.pdf

If you have either heard about or used the pack or document,
Healthlink Worldwide would like to hear from you about your ex-
periences. If you have not heard about or used the pack, but are
working in mainstreaming HIV/AIDS, we would still like to hear
from you about other approaches and resources you are using.

Any responses will form part of a case study and the final out-
put will be available in February 2006.

Please contact
Alison Dunn
mailto:dunn.a@healthlink.org.uk
or telephone +44-207-549-0250.


Thank you.

Alison Dunn, Research Officer
Exchange/ Healthlink Worldwide


Exchange/Healthlink Worldwide
56-64 Leonard Street
London, EC2A 4JX, UK
Tel: +44-207-549-0250
Fax: +44-207-549-0241
mailto:dunn.a@healthlink.org.uk

Exchange http://www.healthcomms.org/ is working with The Equi-TB
Knowledge Programme at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
to communicate and disseminate research findings. 

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