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close this bookWhat is Local Response to HIV/AIDS(Key note ) (UNAIDS, 2000, 9 p.)
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What type of approach is appropriate for local responses to HIV/AIDS?

Typically, a strategy for local responses to HIV/AIDS has four components:

· developing human resources and systems for AIDS competence - putting in place inputs, structures and processes necessary for effective local partnerships

· developing policies, and creating an environment that enables AIDS competence

· mobilizing local and external resources

· learning from the process and from the interaction between the various groups involved.