This National Consensus Statement is meant to be used as an advocacy tool to ensure the specific HIV research priorities of women, trans people and girls are included in the next generation of HIV and AIDS research responses undertaken in Canada.
The purpose of this toolkit is to assist Canadian organizations working with international partners to effectively engage in their work. An evaluation report of the NPT communications project has already been prepared; this toolkit focuses primarily on the partnership model rather than the content of the workshops.
Behind the Pandemic provides a participatory learning tool that skilled facilitators can use to foster greater understanding and the ability to address factors that contribute to the health inequalities facing Aboriginal peoples. It can be can tailored to different audiences and settings, such as Aboriginal youth in schools, Aboriginal leaders in community settings, and people who currently or are being trained to inform, design, and implement health and social services, specifically around HIV and AIDS.
Produced in collaboration with the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network.
This resource was developed to be used used at the municipal, provincial and national level to enable better planning and delivery of HIV and AIDS programs and services. It is targeted to everyone who is interested or willing to address HIV and AIDS in Black communities in Canada.
Uncovering the Links Between Social Inequity and HIV/AIDS , 2007
As global citizens and a part of a multicultural society, we have a very important leadership role to play in marshalling an effective response, both nationally and globally. It is our hope that through this resource kit, students, facilitators, post-secondary institutions, AIDS service organizations, non-governmental and faith-based organizations will acquire a deeper understanding of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the lives of the millions affected by the disease.
A toolkit to support CIDA staff working on initiatives related to food security and rural livelihoods
These guidelines were developed to support the formulation of agricultural policies in developing countries by providing recommendations on how to integrate HIV/AIDS and gender considerations into agriculture and food security programming.
Southern African Nutrition Initiative August 19, 2020 As part of CARE Canada’s Southern African Nutrition Initiative (SANI) funded by the Government of Canada, ICAD is leading a capacity-building initiative to improve the health outcomes of women living…