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Antiretroviral roll-out in South Africa: Where do children feature?

Shung-King M & Zampoli M 2005

Save the Children Sweden & Children's Institute

Developing social policy for children in the context of HIV/AIDS: A South African case study

Budlender D, Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2008

A Children's Institute Case Study, Number 3, December 2008.Children's Institute & Community Agency for Social Enquiry

The role of schools in addressing the needs of children made vulnerable in the context of HIV/AIDS

Giese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003

The Journey of Hope: Creating a network of care for the children of Luckau village

Children's Institute & Catholic Institute of Education 2009

AIDS, metaphor and ritual: The crafting of care in rural South African childhoodsHenderson P 2012Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, 20(1): 9-21.

Discussion paper on the provisions of the draft Children’s Bill for children made vulnerable in the context of HIV/AIDSChildren’s Institute, August 2003Discussion paper to inform civil society deliberations and submissions on the Children’s Bill.

The fluidity of disclosure: A longitudinal exploration of women's experience and understanding of HIV disclosure in the context of pregnancy and early motherhoodMoses S & Tomlinson M 2012AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, DOI:10.1080/09540121.2012.736606. [online]

Children ‘in need of care' or in need of cash? Questioning social security provisions for orphans in the context of the South African AIDS pandemic

Meintjes H, Budlender D, Giese S & Johnson L 2003

Joint working paper of the Children's Institute and Centre for Actuarial Research, University of Cape Town.

Qaphela wenza! Take note and act! Jamieson L 2012 Children, Youth and Environments, 22(1), Spring 2012.

Addressing the impact of HIV/AIDS on children in South Africa – Priorities for funders and development agencies

Meintjes H & Giese S March 2004

South African Child Gauge 2005

South African Child Gauge 2005Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

Children doing advocacy – empowerment through using media. Growing up in a time of AIDS: The Abaqophi bakwaZisize Abakhanyayo children's radio project Meintjes H 2010In: Clacherty& Associates (eds) Child and youth participation in East and Southern Africa: Taking stock and moving forward. An analytical review of the literature and five case studies.Pretoria: Regional Inter-agency Task Team on HIV/AIDS.

Child Protection Week 2003. Fact sheet No. 3: Children and HIV/AIDS

Geise S & Meintjes H May 2003

Schools – An essential link in the chain of support and services: Fact sheet for Members of Parliament

Prepared for the public hearings on Section 75 of the Children's Bill, August 2004

Helping children in the time of HIV and AIDS

Children's Institute 2004

A booklet aimed at organisations, companies and individuals who want to help children in need.

Orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in South Africa: A fact sheet for Members of Parliament

Giese S & Meintjes H 2004

Prepared for the public hearings on Section 75 of the Children’s Bill, August 2004

What are the champions in your school community doing?

Monson J 2005

In: The Educator's Voice, May/June 2005

Heroes of our time: Health workers helping children

Children's Institute 2005

A booklet aimed at health workers who want to help children in the times of HIV and AIDS.

Exciting new partnership to support vulnerable childrenMonson J 2005In: The Educator's Voice, March/April 2005

South African Child Gauge 2005

 

South African Child Gauge 2005Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

Reporting on children in the context of HIV/AIDS: A journalist’s resource

Children’s Institute, Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town; the Media Monitoring Project & the HIV/AIDS and the Media Project, School of Journalism, University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, 2005

Children's Institute submission on the draft regulations to the Children's Act 38 of 2005

Proudlock P, Meintjes H & Moses S 2008

Written submission to the national Department of Social Development, 11 August 2008.

Children experiencing orphanhood – the role of the health sector

Giese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003

In: MCH News, Number 20, August 2003

Positive care? HIV and residential care for children in South AfricaMoses S & Meintjes H 2010African Journal of AIDS Research 2010, 9(2): 107-115.

Department of Health of the Western Cape 2007: Recommendations for Policy in the Western Cape Province for the prevention of Major Infectious Diseases, including HIV/AIDS and TuberculosisDraper B, Pienaar D, Parker W, Rehle T 2007

This Little Light of Mine… Caregivers of children affected by HIV speak out at the National Children’s Forum

Abrahams E & Shung-King M 2001

In: MCH News, Number 17, December 2001

Recommendations for policy in the Western Cape Province for the prevention of major infectious diseases, including HIV/AIDS and tuberculosisDraper B, Pienaar D, Parker W & Rehle T 2007Submitted to the Department of Health, Western Cape.

'Ukugana': Informal marriage and children's rights discourse among ‘AIDS orphans' in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Henderson P 2009Paper presented at the Living Rights Symposium, Institut Universitaire Kurt Bosch, Sion, Switzerland, 19 – 20 January 2009.

Orphans of the AIDS epidemic: The extent, nature and circumstances of child-headed households in South AfricaMeintjes H, Hall K, Marera DH & Boulle A 2010 AIDS care, 22(1): 40-49.

HIV/AIDS and child careGiese S 2001In: Child and Youth Care Journal, March 2001

'But where are our moral heroes?' An analysis of South African press reporting on children affected by HIV/AIDSMeintjes H & Bray R 2005In: African Journal of AIDS Research 4(3), 147-159.

Growing up in a time of AIDS: Children's experiences of exclusion in an epidemicMeintjes H 2011Presented at the first International HIV Social Science and Humanities Conference – Locating the Social, Durban, 11 – 13 June 2011.

Home Truths: HIV, residential care and family support for children in South AfricaMeintjes H & Pinkerton J 2011Keynote at the Protecting Children Through Family Support conference, Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway, 16 June 2011.

Children 'in need of care' or in need of cash? Social security in the time of AIDSMeintjes H, Budlender D, Giese S & Johnson LIn: South African Review of Sociology, 36(2), 2005.

The National Children’s Forum on HIV/AIDSGiese S 2001In: Child & Youth Care Journal, September 2001

Blamed, beaten and abusedGiese S 2001In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue 39, October/November 2001

The long-term socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on children and the policy response in South AfricaBabcock-Walters P, Booysen F, Desmond C, Dorrington R, Ewing D, Giese S, Gow J, Johnson L, McKerrow N, Motala S, Smart R & Streak J 2002South African contribution to the UNICEF Global Study on the impact of HIV/AIDS on children.

Spinning the epidemic: the making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H & Giese S 2006In: Childhood: A global journal of child research 13(3), 407-430.

Help guide policy on HIV/AIDS and childrenProudlock P & Giese S 2002In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 40, December 2001/January 2002

Rapid appraisal of primary level health care services for HIV-positive children at public sector clinics in South Africa

Giese S & Hussey G 2002

Health Systems Trust, Durban

Predictors of early first sexual intercourse among adolescents in Cape Town, South AfricaMathews C, Aaro LE, Flisher AJ, Mukoma W, Wubs AG & Schaalma H 2009Health Education Research, published online, 24(1):1-10. Oxford University Press.

Conceptual framework for the identification, support and monitoring of orphans and other vulnerable children

Wilson T, Giese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003

Children's Institute and Save the Children (UK), Pretoria

Health and social services to address the needs of orphans and other vulnerable children in the context of HIV/AIDS – research report and recommendations: Executive summaryGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003Children's Institute and national Department of Health, Pretoria

Home truths: The phenomenon of residential care for children in a time of AIDS

Meintjes H, Moses S, Berry L & Mapane R 2007

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town & Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria, June 2007

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: A return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented by Hall at the international symposium, Social Protection in Southern Africa: New opportunities for development, hosted by the Centre for Social Development in Africa, University of Johannesburg, 23 – 25 May 2011.

Heroes in action: Child advocates in South AfricaMniki N & Rosa S 2007Children, Youth and Environments, 17(3): 189-207.

Children, poverty, HIV and care: A statistical profile of the Eastern CapeHall K 2011Presented at the Eastern Cape Socio-Economic Consultative Council/Eastern Cape AIDS Council Workshop on Orphans and Vulnerable Children, East London, 13 April 2011.

HIV, TB and child healthEley B  2010In: Kibel M, Lake L, Pendlebury S & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2009/2010.

The relationship of sexual and gender-based violence to sexual-risk behaviour among refugee women in Sub-Saharan AfricaJohn-Langba J 2007World Health & Population, 1-12, June 2007.

Recommendations for health and social services to address the needs of orphans and other vulnerable children in the context of HIV/AIDS in South Africa

Giese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003

In: Child and Youth Care Journal, Vol. 21, No. 4, April 2003

Looking for signs of vulnerabilityGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003In: ChildrenFIRST, Special Edition 2003

Why rights? Building capacity in the context of the AIDS pandemicRudolph N 2010Presented at the World Early Childhood Care and Education Conference, Moscow, Russia, 29 September 2010.

Comments on proposed amendments to the Social Assistance Act (59 of 1992) regulations – focusing on the implications of the proposed amendments for children infected/affected by HIV/AIDSGiese S, Proudlock P & Guthrie T 2001Written submission to the Department of Social Development, May 2001

Where can I find the policy? Part oneGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2004Part of a series in Child and Youth Care, Vol. 22, No. 8, August 2004

Which resort? The role of residential care for children in the care and treatment of children infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in South Africa Moses S, Meintjes H, Berry L & Mampane R 2008Poster discussion presented at the XVII International AIDS Conference, Mexico City, 3 – 8 August 2008.

Orphans of the AIDS epidemic? The extent, nature and circumstances of child-headed households in South AfricaMeintjes H, Hall K, Marera DH & Boulle A 2009 Presented by Hall K at the 4th South African AIDS Conference, Durban, 31 March – 3 April 2009.

Where can I find the policy? Part twoGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2004Part of a series in Child and Youth Care, Vol. 22, No. 9, September 2004

Health impactsGiese S 2002In: Gow & Desmond. Impacts and Interventions – the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the children of South AfricaPublished by the United Nations Children's Education Fund (UNICEF).

Where can I find the policy? Part threeGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2004Part of a series in Child and Youth Care, Vol. 22, No. 10, October 2004

Orphans, vulnerable children and AIDSGiese S 2003In: HIV/AIDS: Everybody's Business. Published by Metropolitan Life.

Where can I find the policy? Part fourGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2004Part of a series in Child and Youth Care, Vol. 22, No. 11, November 2004

School-based interventions to postpone sexual intercourse and promote condom use among adolescents (Protocol)Mukoma W, Kagee A, Mathews C & Flisher AJ 2007In: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2007, Issue 1. Art. No: CD006417.DOI: 10.1002/14651858. CD006417.

Affinity in the presence of death: HIV/AIDS, courtship and informal marriage in KwaZulu-NatalHenderson P 2009Paper presented at the SANORD seminar, Gender, Generation and Family Practices, University of Bodø, University of the Western Cape and University of Malawi, Mont Fleur, Stellenbosch, 23 – 27 November 2009.

A quick guide to the clinical care of children infected with HIV

Shung-King M, Giese S & Hussey G 2002

Dikwankwetla – Children in Action: Facilitating children’s participation in legislative processesMniki N, Meintjes H & Giese S 2004Displayed at the AIDS2004 Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, July 2004

Questioning the O in OVC: A case study from South AfricaMeintjes H, Giese S, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2004Displayed at the AIDS2004 Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, July 2004

Reaching vulnerable children: The role of schools as nodes of care and support in the context of HIV/AIDSGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2004Poster displayed at the AIDS2004 Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, July 2004

“The community doesn’t listen, children keep coming alone [to the clinic] and being sent away…” A qualitative account of the health sector response to the needs of children in six AIDS-affected communities in South AfricaGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2005Poster displayed at the AIDS Impact Conference, Cape Town, 4 – 7 April 2005.

Searching for “social vaccine” through building shared vision of hopeRudolph N 2007Poster on "schools as nodes of care and support" presentation at the 8th International AIDS Impact Conference, Marseilles, France, 1 – 4 July 2007.

Submission to the Department of Social Development on the provisions of the draft Children’s Bill for children made vulnerable in the context of HIV/AIDSChildren's Institute, 2003Written submission to the national Department of Social Development, September 2003

Identifying, monitoring and supporting vulnerable children – preliminary research findingsGiese S 2002Presented at the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund conference, A Call to Co-ordinated Action for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS, June 2002.

A summary of the issues raised at the National Children’s Forum on HIV/AIDSGiese S 2002Presented at the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund conference, A Call to Co-ordinated Action for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS, June 2002.

An education coalition against HIV/AIDS – addressing the needs of vulnerable childrenGiese S 2002Presented at the national HIV and education conference, An Education Coalition Against HIV/AIDS, June 2002.

The National Children’s Forum on HIV/AIDSGiese S 2002Presented at the AIDS2002 conference in Barcelona, Spain, July 2002.

Rapid appraisal of primary level health care services for HIV+ children at public sector clinics in South AfricaGiese S 2003Presented at the international conference of the Public Health Association of South Africa in Cape Town, March 2003.

Conceptualising children’s vulnerability in the context of HIV/AIDS: Considerations for policy and programmesMeintjes H 2003Presented at South African National HIV/AIDS conference, Durban, 4 – 6 August 2003.

Transformation of the education sector in response to the needs of children in the context of HIV/AIDSGiese S 2003Presented at the ETDP-SETA conference, Durban, 3 – 5 September 2003.

HIV sub-group submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19B – 2006]

Mukoma W, Philpott S & Jamieson L 2007

Submitted to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, 8 August 2007.

The impact of HIV/AIDS on children: What is happening in schools?Meintjes H 2003Presentation to Western Cape Education Department Eastern Metropole conference, 9 May 2003, Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

"My neighbour tries to help, but she too is in need." Reflecting on realities as we work towards a world fit for childrenGiese S 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Programme planning for children in the context of HIV/AIDSGiese S 2005Presented at the World Education/Africa HIV/AIDS conference, Cape Town, April 2005.

Children ‘in need of care’ or in need of cash? Questioning social security provisions for children in the context of the South African AIDS epidemicMeintjes H 2005Presented at the second South African AIDS conference, Durban, 7 – 10 June 2005.

Spinning the epidemic: The making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H 2005Presented at the international conference on Children and Youth in Emerging and Transforming Societies, University of Oslo, Norway, 29 June – 3 July 2005

Spinning the epidemic: The making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H 2006Presented at Transcending Postcolonial Conditions: Towards Alternative Modernities, a joint conference of Anthropology Southern Africa, the Pan-African Anthropological Association and the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Cape Town, 3 – 7 December 2006.

Growing up in a time of AIDS – the Abaqophi basOkhayeni Abaqinile Children’s Radio Project: Methods and lessonsMeintjes H 2007Presented at the Fifth World Summit on Media for Children, Johannesburg, 24 – 28 March 2007.

Rebuilding the community safety net in the context of HIV/AIDSRudolph N 2007Presented at World Forum on Early Care and Education, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 15 – 18 May 2007.

Which resort? An empirical study of residential care for children in contemporary South AfricaMoses S 2007Presented at the sixteenth Biennial NACCW Conference: Responding Professionally to practice complexities in child and youth care settings, Durban, 3 – 5 July 2007.

Factors that influence the implementation of a school-based HIV interventionMũkoma W et al 2007Presented at the Sixteenth Biennial South African Association for Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professions (SAACAPAP) Conference, Cape Town, 18 – 21 September 2007.

Evaluation of a school-based HIV interventionMũkoma W et al 2007Presented at the Sixteenth Biennial South African Association for Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professions (SAACAPAP) Conference, Cape Town , 18 – 21 September 2007.

What are the key questions? How are we doing?Rudolph N 2007Respondent at Open Society Initiative Southern Africa (OSISA) regional conference on the Role of Education in the Development of Sustainable Strategies for the Provision of Comprehensive Care for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC), Swaziland, 6 – 8 November 2007

Which resort? An empirical study of residential care in contemporary South AfricaMeintjes H, Moses S, Berry L & Mampane R 2007Presented by Sue Moses at the National Association for Child Care Workers’ sixteenth biennial conference Responding Professionally to Practice Complexities in Child and Youth Care Settings, Durban, 3 – 5 July 2007.

'Ukugana': Informal marriage and children's rights discourse among 'Aids orphans' in KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaHenderson PC 2009Draft paper presented at the Living Rights Symposium, Institut Universitaire Kurt Bosch, Sion, Switzerland, 19 – 20 January 2009.

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