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Achieving behaviour change: three generations of HIV/AIDS programming and jargon in Thailand

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posted on 2002-11-01, 00:00 authored by Matthew ClarkeMatthew Clarke
NGOs have played an important role worldwide in the fight to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS through achieving behaviour change. NGOs have often been at the forefront of innovative changes, influencing government and international programming activities. This paper identifies and analyses the evolution of the HIV/AIDS programmes of one NGO in Thailand over a period of ten years. Three generations of programming are identified both through distinct approaches to this area of work and through the changing jargon used to describe the people the programmes are aimed at.

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Journal

Development in Practice

Volume

12

Issue

5

Pagination

625 - 636

Publisher

Carfax publishing

Location

Oxford, United Kingdom

ISSN

0961-4524

eISSN

1364-9213

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

Oxfam GB 2002

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