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Street Children
“Empowering the Street Children,” AIDS Analysis Africa, Vol. 5 (1), January/February 1995, pp. 12 & 13.
Karen Ryder, “HIV/AIDS and African Street Children: An Intervention Proposal,” prepared for a course at the Boston University School of Public Health, December 1994, 24 pp.

AIDS and Education
Ainsworth, Martha and Godlike Koda, “The Impact of Adult Deaths from AIDS and other causes on School Enrollment in Tanzania,” (preliminary draft, not for citation) presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, April 1993, 23 pp.
Oulai, Dramane and Roy Carr-Hill, “The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education,” report of an IIEP seminar, Paris, December 1993, 83 pp.

Bibliographies
“Bibliography of Information Materials on Orphaned Children,” Family AIDS Caring Trust, Mutare, Zimbabwe, 3 pp.
“Selected Bibliography,” Family AIDS Caring Trust, Mutare, Zimbabwe, 5 pp.

Situation Analyses
Brown, Tim and Werasit Sittitrai, The Impact of HIV on Children in Thailand, Thai Red Cross Society, June 1995, 258 pp.
Dunn, A. Hunter, S., Nabongo, C., Ssekiwanuka, J., “Enumeration and Needs Assessment of Orphans in Uganda: Survey Report,” The Children, U. K., April 1991, 152 pp.
“Enumeration and Needs Assessment Survey for Orphans in Matero East, Lusaka – Zambia,” Children in Distress Project, 65 pp.
“Family Coping and AIDS in Zimbabwe: A Study,” Research Unit Series No. 4, Research Unit, School of Social Work, Harare, 1994, 72 pp.
“Final Report: Operational Research on the Situation of Orphans within Family and Community Contexts in Uganda,” September – December 1993, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Uganda Community-Based Association for Child Welfare, UNICEF Uganda, 128 pp.
Horr, M., “Orphans and Street Children in Uganda: Fact Finding Mission on Problem Situation, Policies and Programmes – Extracts from the Final Report,” Universität des Saarlandes, Zentrum Europa und Dritte Welt, Entwicklungspolitische Forschung und Beratung, June, 1993, 16 pp.
Kaaya, S.F.; Mbwanbo, J.K.K.; and Leshbari, S.; “Report on the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Women and Children: A Case-study of the Morogoro Region,” consultancy report for UNICEF, July 1995, 69 pp.
Liomba, George; Mike Kandulu; and Vera Kandiado, “Family and Community Care Situation Analysis Report,” UNICEF Malawi, March 1994, 32 pp. plus appendices.
Kabeja, T., Kambanda, D., Ntereye, P., “L’impact du SIDA sur la Situation Economique, Sociale et Psychologique de la Famille et de l’enfant au Rwanda,” prepared for UNICEF, August 1991, 107 pp.
Lejune, A., Fogel, M-F, and Walque, E., “Les Orphelins de la Ville de Kigali, Rwanda,” [The Orphans of Kigali, Rwanda: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study] The Red Cross of Rawanda, May 1992, original in French, an English translation has been prepared, 50 pp.
Nyonyintono Namuli, R.,” Report of the Findings: Orphans and Foster Families Baseline Survey in Rakai District, November – December 1990,” Programme for Orphans and Primary Health Rehabilitation Rakai Birungi Byokka Project, World Vision International, Uganda, 64 pp.
“Orphans and Children in Need: A Situation Analysis of Masavingo and Mweenzi Districts,” Department of Social Welfare, Masingo Province, Zimbabwe, November 1994, 30 pp. plus annexes.
“Paul Saoke and Roselyn Mutemi, “Needs Assessment of Children Orphaned by AIDS: Final Report,” 1994, 58 pp.
Susan Hunter, “National Assessment of Families and Children Affected by AIDS,” draft, Tanzania AIDS Project, August 1, 1994, 184 pp plus attachments.
Webb, Douglas, “Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances (CEDC) in Zambia: A Situation Analysis,” SAfAIDS News, Vol. 4, No. 1, March 1996, pp. 2-6.

Estimates and Projections of Orphans
Ainsworth, M., “Estimate of the Excess Number of Orphans in Uganda Due to AIDS and War,” (an attachment to a report) Africa Technical Department, The World Bank, July 1991, 4 pp.
Michaels, D. and Levine, C., “Estimates of the Number of Motherless Youth Orphaned by AIDS in the United States,” The Journal of the American Medical Association, December 20/30, 1992, Vol. 268, No. 24, 6 pp.
Michaels, D. and Levine, C., “The Youngest Survivors: Estimates of the Number of Motherless Youth Orphaned by AIDS in New York City,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 3-12.
Paloni, A. and Lamas, L., “A Duration Dependent Model of the Spread of the HIV/AIDS in Africa,” Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, CDE Working Paper 90-15, 1989, 31 pp.
Preble, E. A., “Impact of HIV/AIDS on African Children,” Soc. Sci. Med., Vol. 31, No. 6, 1990, pp. 671-680.
“Survivors,” in Tanzania AIDS Assessment and Planning Study, October 1991, World Bank, [NB: Draft, Confidential] 14 pp. in a document of 174 pp.

Programme Descriptions and Organizational Responses
“Children and AIDS: A Program Strategy for CCF,” Christian Children’s Fund, October 1992, 24 pp.
Descombes, M., “Rwanda: AIDS Orphans: Problems and Solutions,” in Children Worldwide, The International Catholic Child Bureau, Vol. 20, No. 2-3, 1993, pp. 52-54.
Frediani, B., “Italy: A Home for AIDS Orphans,” in Children Worldwide, The International Catholic Child Bureau, Vol. 20, No. 2-3, 1993, p. 55.
Filgueiras, A., “A Brazilian Perspective,” Children Orphaned and Isolated by AIDS — A Challenge to NGOs: Programming for a Positive World, Interagency on AIDS and Development, Workshop Report, March 1994, pp. 11-13.
Foster, G., Makufa, C., Drew. R., Kambeu, S. and Saurombe, K., ASupporting Children in Need Through a Community-based Orphan Visiting Programme, 31 pp.
“Policy on Children Directly Affected by HIV/AIDS,” Plan International, 16 pp.
Prince, R., “The Child Welfare Administration’s Early Permanency Planning Project,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 110-117.
Sharpe, U., “Uganda: Assistance Programme for AIDS Orphans,” in Children Worldwide, The International Catholic Child Bureau, Vol. 20, No. 2-3, 1993, pp. 47-51.
“Survivor Assistance Programmes,” chapter iv. (pp. 63-98) in “The Economic Impact of Fatal Adult Illness in Sub-Saharan Africa,” report of a workshop held in Bukoba, Kagera Region, Tanzania, 16-20 September 1992, The World Bank and the University of Dar es Salaam, July 1993.
Van Alstine, S. and Laquidara-Dickinson, “United States: AIDS and Families,” in Children Worldwide, The International Catholic Child Bureau, Vol. 20, No. 2-3, 1993, pp. 58&59.

Programme Reports and Evaluations
Alden, J.S., Salole, G., and Williamson, J., “Managing Uganda’s Orphans Crisis,” PRITECH, August 1991, 68 pp.
Beijuka, J. K., AA Study on Revolving Fund/Loan (Credit Schemes): Final Report,@September 1994, United Nations Development Programme, Micro Projects Programme to Combat AIDS (P. O. Box 7184, Kampala, Uganda).
Williamson, J. Adugna, S. and Jones, C., “USAID Assistance for Ugandan Orphans: A Mid-term Evaluation,” Atlantic Resources/USAID, March 1994, 89 pp.
Williamson, J., “Children Affected by HIV/AIDS: A Global Challenge,” in United States Agency for International Development Displaced Children and Orphans Fund 1995, USAID, May 1995, 18 pages in a document of 73 pp.

Socio-economic Impacts of AIDS
“AIDS as a Development Issue: Working Document,” Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development, Ottawa, March 1995, 22 pp.
Ainsworth, M. and Over, M., The Economic Impact of AIDS: Shocks, Responses and Outcomes, Africa Technical Department, Population, Health and Nutrition Division, The World Bank, Technical Working Paper No. 1, June 1992, 41 pp.
Armstrong, Jill, “Socioeconomic Implications of AIDS in Developing Countries,” Finance & Development, December 1991, pp.14-17.
Barnett, T. and Blaikie, P., AIDS in Africa: Its Present and Future Impact, Belhaven Press, London, 1992, 193 pp.
Barnett, T. and Blaikie, P., “AIDS: Monitoring the Downstream Effects,” AIDS Analysis Africa, September/October 1991, pp. 8 & 9.
Bechu, N., “Socio-economic Prospects for Children and Families Affected by HIV Infection/AIDS in Developing Countries, Burundi, Ivory Coast, Haiti: General Context, and State of Progress of Research,” International Children’s Centre, Paris, January 1993, 22 pp.
Bloom, D. and Godwin, P., ” The Economics of HIV and AIDS – The Case of Sout and South East Asia,” Oxford University Press, 1997.
Cohen, D., “The Economic Impact of the HIV Epidemic,” United Nations Development Programme, New York, 1992, 26 pp.
Danzinger, “The Social Impact of HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries,” Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 39, No. 7, 1994, pp. 905-917.
Devereux, S. and Graham Eele, “Monitoring the Social and Economic Impact of AIDS in East and Central Africa,” prepared for UNDP HIV and Development Programme, 61 pp.
Drinkwater, M. “The Effects of HIV/AIDS on Agricultural Production Systems in Zambia: A Summary Analysis of Case Studies Conducted in the Mponge Area, Ndola Rural District, and Teta Area, Serenje District, August 1993,” September 1993, a report prepared for FAO, 51 pp.
Forsythe, S., Sokal, D., Lux, L., King, T. and Johnson, A. AAn Assessment of the Economic Impact of AIDS in Kenya”, Family Health International, AIDSTECH/AIDSCAP, August 1993, 68 pp.
Forsythe, S. and Rau, B. “AIDS in Kenya: Socioeconomic Impact and Policy Implications,” Family Health International/AIDSCAP, 1996, 189 pp.
Foster, S. and Lucas, S., Socioeconomic Aspects of HIV and AIDS in Developing Countries, Public Health and Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Publication No. 3, 1991, 116 pp.
Gillespie, S., “Potential Impacts on Farming Systems: A Case Study from Rwanda,” Land Use Policy, October 1989, pp. 301-312.
“The HIV Epidemic as a Development Issue,” UNDP, 4 pp.
Hunter, S., Bulirwa, E., and Kisseka, E., “Report of a Land Utilization Survey: Masaka and Rakai Districts,” draft, October 1991, 76 pp.
Kaduru, G., Mweige, E., and Nambi, A., “A Preliminary Report on a Needs Assessment of Rakai and Masaka Districts with Particular Reference to the Socio-economic Impact of the AIDS Epidemic,” March 1990, 25 pp.
Norse, D., “Impact of AIDS on Food Production in East Africa,” AIDS Analysis Africa, November/December 1991, pp. 10 & 11.
Over, M. and Ainsworth, M., “The Economic Impact of Fatal Adult Illness from AIDS and Other Causes in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Research Proposal,” World Bank, research in progress.
Reid, E., “The HIV Epidemic and Development: The Unfolding of the Epidemic,” United Nations Development Programme, 1992, 16 pp.
Sills, Yole, The AIDS Pandemic: Social Perspectives, Greenwood Press, Westprot Connectucut, London, 1994 [partial copy. 171 pp].
Van de Walle, E., “The Social Impact of AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa,” The Millbank Quarterly, Vol. 68., supplement 1, 1990, pp. 1 – 31.

Law and Policy
“Guidelines on Care of Orphans,” Ministry of Labour and Youth Development, The United Republic of Tanzania, March 1994, 10 pp.
Herb, A., “The New York State Standby Guardianship Law: A New Option for Terminally Ill Parents,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 87-93.
“Lusaka Declaration,” International Children’s Centre, in Action for Children Affected by AIDS: Programme Profiles and Lessons Learned, WHO and UNICEF, New York, December 1994, pp. 112-114.
Mushota, L. “Women and Property Rights,” [English and French] Programming for a Positive World: The Community Development Response to HIV and AIDS, Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development, Workshop Report, November 1993, pp. 20-23.
Perryman, S., “Family Concerns about Confidentiality and Disclosure,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 67-74.
Pinot, M., “Custody and Placement: The Legal Issues,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 75-84.
“Policy Guidelines for the Care of Orphans in Malawi and Coordination of Assistance for Orphans,” Task Force on Orphans, Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and Community Services, Government of Malawi, July 1992, 9 pp.
“Property-grabbing: Why Zambia Needs Stronger Laws to Protect Widow’s Rights,” AIDS Analysis Africa, Vol. 4, No. 4, July/August 1994, pp. 1&7.
Stein, G., “New York State’s Standby Guardian Law: Recommendations for Amendments, Implementation, and Education,” The Orphan Project, June 1994, 13 pp.

Small Enterprise Development in AIDS-affected Communities
Batchelor, C. “Credit and Microenterprise,” [English and French] Programming for a Positive World: The Community Development Response to HIV and AIDS, Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development, Workshop Report, November 1993, pp. 24-27.
“The UNDP Spends $2m. on Grass-roots Income-generation in Uganda,” AIDS Analysis Africa, Vol. 4, No. 4, July-August 1994, p. 16.

Psychosocial Issues
Dane, B., “Mourning in Secret: How Youngsters Experience a Family Death from AIDS,” Levine, C. ed., “Orphans of the HIV Epidemic,” United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 60-68.
Dudley, R., “All Alike but Each One Different: Orphans of the HIV Epidemic,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 56-59.
Draimin, B., “Adolescents in Families with AIDS: Growing Up with Loss,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 13-23.
“How Children React When a Family Member Has AIDS,” [English and Spanish] a brochure produced by Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City.
Jareg, E., “Psychosocial Issues Related to Children and the AIDS Epidemic,” Addressing Some of the Psychosocial Consequences of AIDS and Examining the Home Based Care Model, Redd Barna, September 1992.
McKelvy, L., “The Well Children in AIDS Families Project: A Hospital-based Program,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 104-109.
Mayer, R., “When the Butterfly Dies: The Loss of a Parent to AIDS,” Levine, C. ed., Orphans of the HIV Epidemic, United Hospital Fund of New York, 1993, pp. 27-35.
Siegel, K. and Gorey, E., “Childhood Bereavement Due to Parental Death from Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome,” Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, supplement: “Priorities in Psychosocial Research in Pediatric HIV Infection, eds. Bauman, L. and Wiener, L., Vol. 15, No. 3. June 1994, pp. 66-69.

Guidelines
Because You Love Them: A Parent’s Planning Guide, Child Welfare League of America, 1994, 74 pp.

Newsletters
The Drum, The African Aids Project of the Anglican Church, Pasadena, California, United States.
The Vulnerable Child, Uganda Community Based Association for Child Welfare, Kampala, Uganda.

Video
The Orphan Generation, produced by Small World Productions, 10 and 40 minute segments.


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