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Strengthening Workplace Hiv/Aids Programs : The Eskom Experience i...

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: This activity was designed to -- develop International Youth Foundation?s (IYF) regional partner, the Balkan Children and Youth Foundation (BCYF)and -- Strengthen 400 NGOs serving children and youth in the Balkan region ...

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Social Relationships and Adolescents Hiv Counseling and Testing De...

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Families play an important role in youths? decsion-making about getting tested for HIV, according to a study in Zambia. In addition, few HIV-positive youth access care services following testing. To encourage youth to seek voluntary counseling and testing ...

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Abcs for Hiv Prevention in Kenya : Messages, Beliefs, And Barriers

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: A study of how adults and youth perceive and understand the ABCs indicates that while awareness of the terms was generally high, confusion about their meaning was common. Respondents largely supported abstinence and faithfulness but held negative views of ...

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Exploring Current Practices in Pediatric Arv Rollout and Integrati...

By: Desiree Michaels

Introduction: In 2005, more than half a million children died of AIDS, the vast majority of whom lived in the developing world (UNAIDS 2005). In sub-Saharan Africa, AIDS has become one of the leading causes of mortality among children under the age of five ...

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Introduction to Inclusive Education

By: Mohammed Mwinyi Ramadhan

Excerpt: Introduction to Inclusive Education. Aim: This unit is intended to equip you with attitudes, knowledge and skills on the concept and principles of inclusive education. It will enable you to appreciate and effectively perform your role as a teacher for child ...

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Effective Learning for All Module 2 : Educational Assessment

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Educational Assessment and intervention measures for children with Special Needs: Aim: The aim of this Unit is to broaden your knowledge by giving you skills and techniques which you may use in carrying out educational assessment for learners with special.

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Effective Learning for All

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Behaviour Management: From the very early ages, people with special needs especially those who have severe mental retardation or those with emotional and behavioural difficulties were considered in educable in some societies this motion has persisted to da ...

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In Service Training for Teachers on Inclusive Education

By: Charles Mlaponi

Introduction: Good special education services are intensive and expensive. Resources are limited. If one has a child with special needs, he or she may wind up battling the school head teacher and teachers for the services your child needs. To prevail ...

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A Partners Consultation : Reengineering Relationships

By: Joel M. Isaacson

Introduction: How can an ensemble sound like an orchestra and not a cacophony? While there are interrelated explanations, from the skill of the performers to hours of practice, a great deal has to do with the understanding the performers have that they ...

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Establishing Performance Targets

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: What are Performance Targets? Performance targets represent commitments that USAID operating units make about the level and timing of results to be achieved by a program. Operating units should establish a performance target for each performance indicator ...

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Planning and Managing for Results under Reengineering : Early Less...

By: Harriett Destler

Excerpt: In the first year of applying Agency reengineering systems, USAID Missions have developed promising and innovative approaches. Their experience, and the earlier experiences of the country experimental laboratories, is changing how USAID does business. Now ...

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Building Teamwork in Usaid's Dominican Republic Mission

By: Wilma Gormley

Foreword: We did not know exactly how far we would go with reengineering before we started our experiment in October 1994. But when we began, we decided we would be risk takers and not be afraid of failure. We agreed we would go for the ...

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Banking, Finance and Capital Markets

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: The absence of an adequate legal framework governing loan recovery, foreign branch banking, and depository insurance has constrained the expansion of market-based banking activities during the 1990s. The USAID program of assistance in the banking and ...

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Celebrating Lithuanian-American Pa Rtnershipcelebrating Lithuanian...

By: U.S. Agency for International Development

Excerpt: As the Berlin Wall began to crumble in 1989, the United States Congress passed the Support for East European Democracy (SEED) Act. The Act was designed to contribute to the development of democratic institutions and political pluralism, and a free market ...

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Democracy, Rule the Ngo Fair an Exiting and of Law, And Non-Govern...

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Since 1990, Lithuania has developed into a full-fledged parliamentary democracy. The unicameral Parliament and President are elected directly by the people, and Lithuania has established a solid pattern of free and fair elections. The Constitution, which ...

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The Evolution of Thelithuanian-American Partnership

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: The USAID program started in Lithuania in 1992. Initially, the program was a broad-based effort designed to reach as many segments of the transforming society as possible. Key activities were begun in nearly all sectors. These activities successfully show ...

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Energy Safety and Policy Reform

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Independence for Lithuania in 1990 set the stage for the country?s transformation into a full market economy. However, the energy sector was faced with vast and politically sensitive problems. The energy sector was based on a planned economy and was plagu ...

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Small Andmedium Enterprise Development

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Prior to the mid-1980?s, private small and medium enterprises did not exist in Lithuania. The number has been growing swiftly since then. n 1992-1994, Lithuania experienced one of the sharpest economic downturns among the Former Soviet Republics, as its ...

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Fiscal Fiscal Policy Reform

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Independence brought rapid and immense changes to Lithuania?s public finance Discrete USAID assistance activities within the Fiscal Sector have included: Vaicenaviaius and Head of Planning and system. Fiscal management appropriate to a market environment ...

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List of Implementing Partners/Projects

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: List of Implementing Partners/Projects ...

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