Children Affected by HIV and AIDS
The Way We Care: A Guide for Managers of Programs Serving Vulnerable Children and Youth
Author: Family Health International
Written in down-to-earth language, this 150-page manual aims to develop awareness, reinforce knowledge, and assist those designing, implementing, or managing programs for children and youth affected by poverty, HIV and AIDS, and other diseases.
Friday, February 19, 2010
The attractive and heavily illustrated book is divided into four sections: Foundations, Planning, Implementation, and Sustainability. It includes a basic primer on child development and introduces all areas of practice that program managers need to know. Novice and experienced managers will benefit from its practical information, step-by-step guidance, lists of recommended readings and toolkits, and clear explanations of key concepts derived from the latest research and from FHI’s experience with programs for vulnerable children and youth worldwide.
The pdf version is available for free via the FHI website link, above. Hard copies (in black-and-white) and CD-versions may be ordered from CMershon@fhi.org — one copy per request. Non-FHI users will be charged for shipping and handling