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PLA Notes 37 February 2000 19 `Safely through the night' A review of behaviour change in the context of HIV/AIDS
Document begins: PLA Notes 37 February 2000 19 `Safely through the night' A review of behaviour change in the context of HIV/AIDS Ann Smith and John Howson Introduction Four CAFOD partner organisations, Lilongwe Diocesan AIDS Programme, `Safely through the Night' is a review Malawi; Lubancho House, Hwange, prepared for the Department for Zimbabwe; Mwanza Diocesan AIDS International Development (DFID), UK, by Programme Tanzania and St. Theresa's CAFOD1 and four of its partner Ibenga, Zambia took part in a field-based organisations in 1998. The review was review with CAFOD staff. Organisations participated in a preparatory workshop undertaken to look at: · where questions for the review were communities' and organisations'2 formulated and participatory techniques for understanding of behaviour change in exploring these questions were designed and the context of HIV/AIDS; and, · practised. The fieldwork findings were programme approaches and shared at a second workshop and in written how/whether these impacted on reports. Both workshops were facilitated by communities' behaviour-related Francis Chirunga, Intermediate Technology concerns. Development Group, Zimbabwe, and Alice Welbourn, Consultant to CAFOD for the The title is amended from a Chi Bemba review. proverb from Zambia, "Uwankwesha ubushiku, bamutasha nga bwacha" meaning The fieldwork was conducted by each `you ...