Knowledge Map of the Multisectoral HIV and AIDS Response Programme in Namibia

Ministry of Health and Social Services and GIZ

This Knowledge Map for the HIV and AIDS Response in Namibia brings together the multisectoral HIV programme’s key outputs and themes. It provides relevant information to all actors – government, civil society, corporations, academia, beneficiaries – seeking to advance HIV prevention by working with young people, people living with HIV, and public and private sector employees and entities. In addition to the knowledge displayed on the map, all tools, working aids, publications and implementing experience are presented in a way that is easy to navigate for all.

October 14, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Briefs, Case studies and success stories, Programmatic guidance, Reports and Fact sheets, Tools
Countries
Tags
knowledge management, knowledge sharing, knowledge mapping, HIV and AIDS response, Namibia, multisectoral programming, HIV programs

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