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close this bookPeer Education and HIV/AIDS: Concepts, Uses and Challenges (Best Practice- Key Material) (UNAIDS, 2000, 43 p.)
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VI. Appendix A: Needs Assessment Participants

Key informant name and institution

Country (ies)

Region

Intended audience(s)

Pedzisani Motlhabane, University of Botswana

Botswana

Africa

Female sex workers, truck drivers, unemployed and out-of-school youth

Angeline Tennah, Family Health International

Kenya

Africa

Youth

Muriithi Kinyua, Family Planning Private Sector

Kenya

Africa

Youth

Jennifer Liku, Kenyatta National Hospital

Kenya

Africa

Youth

Richard Odindo, Futures Group International

Kenya

Africa

Youth

Edith Mkawa, Peace Corps

Malawi

Africa

Youth

Hubert Ogar, Society Against the Spread of AIDS

Nigeria

Africa

Transport workers (truck and boat) and their intermediaries, female sex workers

G.E. Delano, West African Youth Initiative - Advocates for Youth

Nigeria and Ghana

Africa

In-school youth

Codou Ndiaye Cisse, Ministry of Education

Senegal

Africa

In-school youth

Richard Bauer, PASADA-CRS

Tanzania

Africa

Communities and youth

Lediana Mafuru, Iringa NGO Cluster

Tanzania

Africa

Communities

Richard Kirya, Youth Alive-CRS

Uganda

Africa

Youth

Liz Mataka, Family Health Trust

Zambia

Africa

In-school and out-of-school youth

David Wilson, Project Support Group and University of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Africa

Female sex workers and their clients, truckers, fishermen, mine workers, plantation workers, military, youth

Carol Jenkins, CARE

Bangladesh

Asia

Female sex workers

Shivnanda Khan, Naz Foundation

India and Bangladesh

Asia

Men who have sex with men, and male sex workers

S. Jana, Sonagachi

India

Asia

Female sex workers, their clients and other related intermediaries

Rieny Hardjono, Population Council

Indonesia

Asia

Youth and parents

Asha Basnyat, Family Health International

Nepal

Asia

Female sex workers and their clients, transport workers, factory workers, police and army

Mahesh Dev Bhatterai, General Welfare Pratisthan

Nepal

Asia

Female sex workers, truck drivers, migrant populations, army, police and youth

Porntip Chuamanochan, Chiang Mai University

Thailand

Asia

Factory workers

Amporn Bootan, Thai Youth AIDS Program

Thailand

Asia

Youth

Greg Carl, Thai Red Cross Research Centre

Thailand

Asia

Out-of-school and vocational school youth, slum community youth and street children, male sex workers, and people living with HIV/AIDS

Ngo Thi Khanh, CARE

Vietnam

Asia

Female sex workers, injecting drug users, young men, and industrial workers

Nguyen Thanh Son, AIDS Committee of Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam

Asia

Female sex workers

Antonio Bustamente, Instituto Latinoamericano de Prevenci Educacie Salud

Costa Rica

Latin America

Prisoners and ex-prisoners and male sex workers

Ana Vasconcelos, Casa de Passagem

Brazil

Latin America

Low-income young women

Richard Parker and Veriano Terto, Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association

Brazil

Latin America

Men who have sex with men and the Afro-Brazilian community

Luis Moreno, Centro de Orientaci Investigacintegral

Dominican Republic

Latin America

Female sex workers, their clients, other related intermediaries, and factory workers

Bethania Betances, Coordinador de Animaciocio-Cultural

Dominican Republic

Latin America

Youth