|Comfort and Hope: Six Case Studies on Mobilizing Family and Community Care for and by People with HIV/AIDS (Best Practice - Case Study) (UNAIDS, 1999, 98 p.)|
UNAIDS Best Practice Collection
UNAIDS/99.10E (English original, June 1999)
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Cover photo (courtesy of Chirumhanzu Home-based Care Project): A young AIDS widow in Zimbabwe - the Chirumhanzu Home-based Care Project provides food and other support.
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