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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 11 Participatory approaches to HIV/AIDS programmes Semi-special issue
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 11 Participatory approaches to HIV/AIDS programmes Semi-special issue Alice Welbourn Introduction Even when symptoms begin to appear, they may not be immediately recognisable as HIV. Welcome to this semi-special issue on People with HIV can continue to lead normal, participatory approaches to HIV/AIDS. We healthy, productive lives for several years after welcome not only our regular readers, mainly becoming infected. Therefore, most people do practitioners of general participatory not realise that they may be infecting others (through, for instance, sex without a condom or development, but also those who are directly donating blood) until a long time after the involved in HIV and AIDS prevention, care and event. HIV is no respecter of different groups of support work. We hope that this issue will help all development workers to increase their people. Yet those with HIV are often greatly awareness of the influence of sexual health in stigmatised and thus fear to speak openly about general, and HIV in particular, on their work. it. In this way, the opportunity to learn from Similarly, we hope that this issue will show them of their own experiences is lost. The best door to learning, through peer ...