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close this bookInvesting in Our Future: Psychological support for children affected by HIV/AIDS. A case study in Zimbabwe and The United Republic of Tanzania (UNAIDS, 2001, 77 p.)
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View the documentAcknowledgements
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View the documentForeword
View the documentInvesting in our future
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentChild rights and HIV/AIDS
Open this folder and view contentsHIV/AIDS and children in Africa
Open this folder and view contents“Everyone’s child”: Educating the community on the child’s needs
Open this folder and view contentsHelping parents to disclose their HIV status
Open this folder and view contentsHelping parents talk to their children about death and dying
Open this folder and view contentsCounselling in various situations
View the documentNetworking for effective responses/ANNEA
Open this folder and view contentsLessons learned about psychosocial support
View the documentFurther reading
View the documentAppendix A: The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child/Summary
View the documentAppendix B: Organizational resources and contacts
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Further reading

Aldridge, Jo and Saul Becker. Punishing Children for Caring: The Hidden Cost of Young Carers. Children & Society: pages 376-387, 1993.

Bowlby, John. The Making and Breaking of Affectional Bonds. Routledge, London and NY, 1995.

Boyd-Franklin, Nancy, Steiner, Gloria and Boland, Mary. Children, Families and HIV/AIDS: Psychosocial and Therapeutic Issues. The Guilford Press: New York, 1995.

Child Protection Society, Zimbabwe. How Can We Help? Approaches to Community-Based Care. 1999

Colling, JA and Sims, Ruth. Report on Projects Seeking to Address the Needs of Children in Difficult Circumstances. MildMay International. Study Tour to Eastern, Central and Southern Africa, August/September 1996.

Connect. Basic Counseling Skills Manual. 2nd Version. Harare, 1993

DiLeo, Joseph H. Interpreting Children’s Drawings. Brunner/Mazel: PA, 1983.

Dwivedi, Kedar Nath, Eds. Group Work with Children and Adolescents: A Handbook. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and PA, 1998.

Elizur, Esther and Mordecai, Kaffman. Factors Influencing the Severity of Childhood Bereavement Reactions. The American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1983.

Farm Orphans Support Trust. Farm Orphans: Who is Coping?, Farm Orphans Support Trust, Zimbabwe, 1999.

Furman, Ema. A Child’s Parent Dies: Studies in Childhood Bereavement. Yale University Press, 1974.

Gorer, Geoffrey. Death, Grief and Mourning in Contemporary Britain. Cresset, 1965.

HUMULIZA’s Manual for Psychosocial Support of Orphans.Tanzania, 1999

Hunter, Susan and Williamson, John. Children on the Brink: Updated Estimation and Recommendations for intervention. USAID, Washington DC, 2000

Jewett, Claudia. Helping Children Cope with Separation and Loss. Free Association Books, London, 1994.

Lewis, Sandra, Haiken, Heidi and Hoyt, Laura. Living Beyond the Odds: A Psychosocial Perspective on Long-Term Survivors of Pediatric Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection. Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrics: Vol. 15, No 3, June 1994.

Mills, Joyce C. Gentle Willow: A Story for Children About Dying. Magination Press, NY, 1993.

Mitchell, Laura, International Stress and Tension Control, Annual Conference, 1987

Monk, Neil. Orphans of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic: A Study of Orphaned Children and Their Households in Luweero District, Uganda. Association Francois-Xavier Bagnoud, February, 2000.

Piot, Peter, UNAIDS Executive Director, speech at the Human Rights Convention in Geneva, 2000.

Richman, Naomi. Communicating With Children: Helping Children in Distress. Save the Children, Development Manual 2. London, 1993.

Save the Children Fund (UK). Communicating with HIV/AIDS Infected Children: A Handbook for Health Workers.

Segu, Marta and Wolde-Yohannes, Sergut. A Mounting Crisis: Children Orphaned by HIV/AIDS in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia. 2000.

Sengendo, James and Nambi, Janet. The Psychological Effect of Orphanhood: A Study of Orphans in Rakai District. Health Transition Review, Supplement to Volume 7, 1997, pages 105-124.

Sinosizo Home Based Care. A Training Programme for Volunteers Offering Homebased Care to Children Living with HIV/AIDS. University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, May 2000.

Smith, Susan and Pennells, Sister Margaret (Eds). Interventions with Bereaved Children. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, PA, 1995.

The White Oak Report: Building International Support for Children Affected by AIDS. The Orphan Project, Clarkwood Corporation Printers & Lithographers: New York, 2000

Ward, Barbara and Associates. Good Grief: Exploring Feelings, Loss and Death With Over Elevens and Adults. A Holistic Approach. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and PA, 1998.

UNAIDS. AIDS in Africa: Country by Country. Geneva, 2000.

UNAIDS. Report on the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic, June, 2000. Geneva, 2000.

UNAIDS. The UNAIDS Report: A Joint Response to AIDS in Action. Geneva, June 1999.

UNAIDS and SAfAIDS. The Role of the Social Welfare Sector in Africa: Strengthening the Capacities of Vulnerable Children and Families in the Context of HIV/AIDS. June 2000.

UNAIDS and SAfAIDS. Social Work Training and Deployment in Selected Eastern and Southern African Countries with Regard to HIV/AIDS.

UNAIDS and World Health Organization. AIDS Epidemic Update: December 2000. Geneva, December 2000.

UNAIDS and UNICEF. Children Orphaned by AIDS: Front-line Responses from Eastern and Southern Africa. New York, December 1999.

UNICEF. Children in Need of Special Protection Measures: A Tanzanian Study. Dar es Salaam, June 1999.

UNICEF. Government of Zimbabwe & UNICEF Programme of Co-operation: Master Plan of Operations 2000-2004. December 1999.

UNICEF. Growing Up in Zimbabwe: Considering the Rights of Zimbabwean Children and their Families. Harare, 1999.

UNICEF. The Progress of Nations 2000. New York, 2000.

UNICEF and SADC. Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances in Zimbabwe. 1999.

UNICEF, USAID, UNAIDS discussion paper. Principles to Guide Programming for Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children. Draft 3, January 2001.