|Peer Education and HIV/AIDS: Concepts, Uses and Challenges (Best Practice- Key Material) (UNAIDS, 2000, 43 p.)|
This report was prepared by Deanna Kerrigan, under a consultancy with Horizons/Population Council, with support from the Planning Committee on Peer Education and HIV/AIDS. The following persons and organizations form the Committee: Werasit Sittitrai and Bunmi Makinwa, UNAIDS; Kwame Asiedu, Horizons/PATH; Elaine Murphy and Carol Hooks, PATH; Ellen Weiss, Horizons/International Center for Research on Women; Deanna Kerrigan, Horizons/Population Council; Hally Mahler, IMPACT/Family Health International; Bob Clark, Amy Romano, and Pamela Faura, AIDSMark/PSI; Erma Manoncourt and Silvia Luciani, UNICEF; and Barbara de Zalduondo and David Stanton, USAID.
Thanks are due to all the peer education programme managers who participated in the needs assessment that served as the foundation on which this document was developed.
Other persons who participated in the consultation planning process and needs assessment, and/or provided comment on drafts of this paper, are also acknowledged, including: Mary Lyn Field, International Center for Research on Women; Donna Flanagan, IMPACT/Family Health International; Kristina Gryboski, Horizons/PATH; Eka Esu-Williams, Naomi Rutenberg and Andy Fisher, Horizons/Population Council; Margaret Kyenkya-Isabirye, UNICEF; Ann McCauley, Horizons/International Center for Research on Women; Melissa Root, AIDSMark/PSI; and Peter Aggleton, Institute of Education/University of London.
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