Gender and HIV/AIDS – A Training Manual for Southern African Media and Communicators

Gender and HIV/AIDS – A Training Manual for Southern African Media and Communicators


Date: March 2, 2012
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Crafted by specialist writers from around Southern Africa, this is an invaluable resource for media trainers keen to go beyond superficial ABC campaigns for reducing the spread of HIV.
HIV/AIDS poses one of the biggest threats to the fragile political and economic gains that most Southern African countries have made over the last decade. But the pandemic also opens an opportunity to bring into sharper focus the struggle for equality between women and men.

As thousands of communicators launch campaigns to roll back the HIV/AIDS tide, this incisive training manual by Gender Links and the AIDS Law Project at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, throws out a challenge À“ to seize this moment to transform gender relations in our region. Crafted by specialist writers from around Southern Africa, and tested in three South African provinces, three countries in the region, as well as with members of the Southern African Media Trainers Network (SAMTRAN),   this is an invaluable resource for those committed to democracy, human rights, and the prosperity of this richly diverse region.

Table of contents

  Cover [pdf format KB]
  Handouts [pdf format KB]
  List of Boxes [pdf format 27KB]
  Acknowledgements [pdf format 15KB]
  Foreword [pdf format 26KB]
  Glossary [pdf format 19KB]
Chapter 1 Introduction [pdf format 113KB]
Chapter 2 The Basics of Training [pdf format 81KB]
Chapter 3 Key Concepts [pdf format 304KB]
Chapter 4 Communicating HIV/AIDS [pdf format 447KB]
Chapter 5 Gender, Human Rights and HIV/AIDS [pdf format 135KB]
Chapter 6 Gender Violence and HIV/AIDS [pdf format 183KB]
Chapter 7 Gender, Culture, Religion and HIV/AIDS [pdf format 181KB]
Chapter 8 Gender, Poverty and HIV/AIDS [pdf format 190KB]
Chapter 9 The Role of Men [pdf format 153KB]
Chapter 10 Vulnerable Groups [pdf format 176KB]
Chapter 11 Gender, Prevention, Treatment and Care [pdf format 210KB]
Annex A Reference Group for the Manual [pdf format 35KB]
Annex B Chapter Authors [pdf format 53KB]
Annex C Additional Reading and Websites [pdf format 14KB]

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Download : Acknowledgements
Download : Cover
Download : List of boxes
Download : Handouts
Download : Foreword
Download : Glossary
Download : Chapter 1
Download : Chapter 2
Download : Chapter 3
Download : Chapter 4
Download : Chapter 5
Download : Chapter 6
Download : Chapter 7
Download : Chapter 8
Download : Chapter 11
Download : Annex A
Download : Annex B
Download : Annex C

5 thoughts on “Gender and HIV/AIDS – A Training Manual for Southern African Media and Communicators”

Mrs Esther TIBAH says:

A very intersting manual for women NGOs working in the domain of media and HIV/AIDS.

Mariette says:

Please upload a version of the full manual for download. I am unable to download the current format

Nyamweda says:

Hi
Please kindly download the different pdfs.

Nalwanga Sarah says:

This is a very good manual. Thanks for the good piece of work

Nalwanga Sarah says:

Please can you upload Chapters 9 and 10. They are very crucial in the training, but they were not uploaded.

Thanks

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