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Manuals | October 7, 2019

Integrating Violence Against Children Prevention and Responce into HIV Services

Participants Manual

Children are exposed to violence in various settings and circumstances. An estimated one billion children globally are exposed to physical, sexual or emotional violence. There is a direct link between all forms of violence in childhood and increased risks of acquiring HIV in later life.

  • Acronyms iii

  • List of definitions iv

  • Introduction to Partipant Manual 1

  • Module 1: Introduction to Violence Against Children 5

  • Module 2: Guiding principles for responding to VAC 15 Module 3: Violence against children and HIV 19

  • Module 4: Communication skills 24

  • Module 5: Identification of VAC in HIV clinical settings 33

  • Module 6: First-line support for VAC 46

  • Module 7: Responding to children who are at risk or have experienced violence 55

  • Module 8: Referral, linkage and follow-up for VAC services 66

  • Module 9: Documentation and reporting of VAC services 77

  • Module 10: Support for VAC service providers 85