Child-Headed Households & Human Rights: A Capacity-Building Guide

Child-Headed Households & Human Rights: A Capacity-Building Guide

This book is developed from the experiences that children orphaned by HIV & AIDS have shared with researchers, as well as the experiences of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Community Based Organisations (CBOs). This book has been compiled for members and leaders of CSOs and CBOs as well as youth development workers and concerned members of the community.

 

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Charlotte Hulley
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Charlotte Hulley is a former CSVR Youth Violence Prevention Programme researcher, facilitator and materials developer. She obtained a Bachelors Social Work from the University of Cape Town and her diploma in international development from the University of Birmingham.

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