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Best Practices | July 13, 2011

Promising Practices III

HIV and AIDS Integrated Programming

Progress in the response to HIV is largely due to critical reflection and quality evaluation of what is working. Sharing success stories enables HIV programmers globally to learn from one another and build upon one another’s successes and innovations. In order to facilitate sharing of lessons learned among CRS country offices and contribute to documentation in the HIV field, this compilation includes promising practices from programs around the world.

This is CRS’ third version of promising HIV and AIDS practices. Each of the 17 case studies is organized according to context, project implementation, identification of successes and lessons learned, and contact information.


  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Care and Support for People Living with HIV
  • Part 2: Health Systems Strengthening
  • Part 3: Orphans and Vulnerable Children
  • Part 4: Prevention