HIV AND AIDS RESPONSE 2010-2013 - A Review of Save the Children’s HIV and AIDS International Programmes
This report is a review of Save the Children Norway’s (SCN) HIV and AIDS portfolio. The thematic priorities for SCN’s work are set out in “Save the Children Norway’s strategy 2010 – 2013” approved by the SCN National Congress in September 2009. In the 2010-2013 Strategy. SCN’s main thematic priorities are child rights governance and children’s right to basic education. The strategy also intends that SCN will increase its capacity to prevent and respond to humanitarian crises. Throughout the period, protecting children against violence and abuse and against the impact of HIV and AIDS have also been thematic areas for work. The purpose of this Review is to document results achieved as a result of the investments made by SCN, Norad, and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to fulfil the right of children to protection against the impact of HIV and AIDS during the period 2010 – 2013. The Review should also help SCN in documenting key successes, challenges and make feasible recommendations for SCN and country offices in how to ensure that the rights of children within the field of HIV and AIDS are taken care of or get enough consideration in future programming. Countries covered in the Review are Nepal, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.