OVCsupport.org resource database


OVCsupport.org is a global hub on children and HIV. Its mission is to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children through connecting the global community and providing the most up-to-date information on HIV and other adversities.

OVCsupport.org has an extensive resource database, with a range of documents, including guidance documents/strategic frameworks, curriculum/manuals, training guides, literature reviews, situation analysis, assessment/measurement tools, toolkits and case studies. The database is searchable and includes a number of categories, such as capacity building & system strengthening, child protection, economic strengthening, education, health & nutrition, programming, psychosocial support, and special populations.


August 11, 2016
Resource types
Briefs, Case studies and success stories, Guidelines and Policies, Literature review, Reports and Fact sheets, Tools, Training materials, Websites or databases
orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), OVC, children living with HIV, children's rights, child protection, education, child health, nutrition, psychosocial support

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