|Learning to Live - Monitoring and Evaluating HIV/AIDS Programmes for Young People - Practice Handbook (DFID - UNAIDS - Save the Children, 2000, 220 p.)|
Many people have assisted in some way in putting this together Initial thanks to the reviewers: Mark Connolly, Jane Ferguson and Mike Bailey. Thanks to Neil Squires of DFID and Mark Connolly of UNAIDS for getting the ball rolling in the first place. Caroline Harper, Ingrid Lewis, Rebecca Dodds, Lola Gostelow, Marilyn Thomson and Mathew Law of Save the Children UK provided helpful comments on earlier versions of this paper. Thanks go to those people who took time out to discuss ideas, which were obviously of concern to us all: Eamon Cassidy, Julia Cleves, Helen Elsie, Greet Peersman, Jim Simmons, Mohga Smith, Aiden Timlin, Charlotte Watts, and Ros Weston. Thanks to Roz Man, Sarah Le Breton and Mya Gordon for editorial help. Finally, thanks to the Save the Children country offices who facilitated this work, along with the partner projects who gave up their time and supported with their interest.
We acknowledge the support of the Department for International Development (DFID) of the Government of the United Kingdom and UNAIDS in support of this work. The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of either DFID or UNAIDS.