• A GLOBAL HUB 
    ON CHILDREN AND HIV

    Our mission is to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable
    children through connecting the global community and providing
    the most up-to-date information on HIV and other adversities.

    Megan Collins for CRS

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LATEST RESOURCES

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Mainstreaming Psychosocial Care and Support into Economic Strengthening Programmes

September 19, 2016

This resource includes a step-by-step guide for practitioners working with children affected by HIV and AIDS, poverty and conflict. They were written through a consultative, participatory process and can be used either as guidelines for program design or as background information. The six steps start with enhancing the scope of psychosocial support in economic strengthening… View Article

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Collecting the Essential Survey Indicators of Orphans and Vulnerable Children Well-Being through Outcomes Monitoring – Facilitator’s Guide to the Data Collector Training

September 14, 2016

The US. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) mandates monitoring, evaluation, and reporting guidance with essential survey indicators. This training manual is for facilitators who will train data collectors to administer the standardized outcome indicator survey. This training manual complements the Collecting PEPFAR Essential Survey Indicators: A Supplement to the Orphans and Vulnerable Children… View Article

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Cash for Care: Making Social Protection Work for Children’s Care and Wellbeing

September 12, 2016

Social protection is recognized as a best practice, but how can it be implemented in a way that is best for children’s protection and wellbeing? This research includes results from qualitative studies in Ghana, Rwanda and South Africa to add to the body of knowledge on improving implementation strategies for social protection interventions.

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Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration

September 12, 2016

The premise of the Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration is that children develop best within a family. The guidelines provide cross-cutting principles of government practice on children’s reintegration and guidance on program design for child protection programme managers in lower and lower-middle income contexts. The guidelines are intended to be used as a reference document for… View Article

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