Planning of District HIV/AIDS Programmes
Gabriel Mwaluko Japhet Ng'weshemi Dick Schapink Roland Swai
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For the whole of Tanzania, the HIV/AIDS epidemic is a very large problem that affecting all layers of society. Not only do illnesses and deaths due to AIDS have far-reaching effects on families, communities and institutions; prevention of HIV infection also requires that joint efforts be made by all sectors, organizations and communities in a district. If money, time and manpower are not invested in reducing HIV infection now, much more money, time and manpower will need to be allocated to dealing with the consequences in the near future.
This publication is intended to serve as a resource for districts that face the challenge of incorporating HIV/AIDS programs into their district plans. For this purpose, it describes thirteen possible components of a district HIV/AIDS program, the resources needed to implement them and their estimated costs.
The approach described in this book is based on experience gained by the TANESA project in developing district HIV/AIDS programs in collaboration with government and NGO staff from Magu and Mwanza Districts in Mwanza Region, Tanzania.
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