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  • 1. MODERATION
    • Solution Exchange
    • Query – Consolidated Reply Service
  • 2. Moderator’s Note:
    • Dr. Harikumar’s response offers his view on the nomenclature of Behaviour Change Communication, which may be of interest to the Community. BCC as a concept can be another excellent topic for debate; however, for this query we encourage participants to continue sending in their examples and experiences. Thanks.
  • 3. Moderator’s Note:
    • The discussion on stigma and discrimination has been very good. As, all good things must come to an end, we would like to wind up the discussion after posting the last few responses and follow up with some action as suggested by Mr. Suman Jana in his last paragraph.
  • 4. Moderator’s Note:
    • On November 13, 2002 Human Rights Watch gave its highest recognition to Meena Saraswathi Seshu, an activist whose courageous work in southern India has helped women in prostitution and others at high risk of HIV to combat abuse and discrimination.
  • 5. Moderator’s Note:
    • Sanghamitra Iyengar's query on the Community Response to HIV is important as it is this facet that eventually determines the community's commitment. It is based on the action group process initiated in the recent Visioning Workshop of the AIDS Community. Please note that you could be invited to the ensuing action group meetings as foreseen in the attached document, if your inputs to take the process forward is found valuable. 
  • 6. Moderator’s Note:
    • Appended is a letter from the Civil Society Partnerships Unit and attached are:
    • Invitation for Civil Society Nominations to attend UNGASS Review
    • Application/Nomination Form for the Comprehensive Review and High-Level Meeting as Follow-up to the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS to be held at New York, 31 May - 1 June 2006
  • 7. Moderator’s Note:
    • This posting on the public debate by the Government of Goa on Pre-marital Mandatory testing, shows that the tone is changing. Read the last line in the last but one paragraph.
  • 8. Moderator’s Note:
    • We have received a letter from Ms. Saswati Paik that acknowledges the good response received to her query on ICT and HIV.
  • 9. Moderator’s Note:
    • Though Universal Access looks daunting or ‘humongous’ as Pawan assess it, he shows us ways where we can start and how to traverse the long route to achieving access to prevention, care and support services for all.
  • 10. Moderator’s Note:
    • This query which was cross-posted within Solution Exchange from the AIDS Community to the Maternal and Child Health Community received only a couple of good responses.  In the hope that the query will generate sufficient responses to make a good Consolidated Reply the response time is kept open.  
  • 11. Moderator’s Note:
    • Rajeev Sadanandan's reply to the same query posted on 24 January 2006 had a typographical error. Please read Accredited Social Health Agent (ASHA) as Accredited Social Health Activist.
  • 12. Moderator’s Note:
    • Mary Julie's response is a model one in following the format prescribed by the query. Kudos! 
  • 13. Moderator’s Note:
    • Dr. Arvind Mathur cites a good example for an integrated IEC strategy in his punch line. Read on...
  • 14. Moderator’s Note:
    • When work is also dance...
  • 15. Moderator’s Note:
    • Is the numbers game important while working with CBOs? argues Seema Kurup. No doubt, this is an important question to be discussed while Monitoring and Evaluating NGOs working with CBOs. Nonetheless we urge members to answer more on Building the Management capacities of CBOs. 
  • 16. Moderator’s Note:
    • Dr. Alka Gogate's note is the last mail for the time being on this topic. It is put up just to see a retrospective view from an evaluator's eye.
  • 17. Moderator’s Note:
    • If there was synergy between Traditional and Allopathic Systems of Medicine... but only, if. 
  • 18. Moderator’s Note:
    • Have appended excerpts from a review which provides a scientific scrutiny of well-known alternative medicines. 
  • 19. Moderator’s Note:
    • As we would like to hear on Women and HIV and on Licensing of Non-Allopaths for STI treatment, this response would be the last on this topic. Not to worry, there's always a next time!   
  • 20. Moderator’s Note:
    • Members' responses to the open queries on 'Non-Allopathic Care providers for STI' and 'Indicators on Residential Care', are more welcome.
  • 21. Moderator’s Note:
    • The Communication, advocacy strategies and activities cited in the example by Gladson and how they can be adapted to the local context merits discussion and not the example per se.
  • 22. Moderator’s Note:
    • The AIDS as well as the Work and Employment Community's Updates will sure spread the word around of vacancies for PLHIV featured in the forthcoming HIV ATLAS stigma free Jobs Newsletter.
  • 23. Moderator’s Note:
    • Rajendra Shirke's response to Indrani Sinha's reply, contains a plea to the Work and Employment Community.
  • 24. Moderator’s Note:
    • This query is cross-posted between the AIDS and Decentralization Communities of Solution Exchange as mainstreaming the HIV response calls for a synthesis of experiences from both these fields.
  • 25. Moderator’s Note:
    • The response to the query on OVC for the World AIDS Orphan Day has been good. Here are recommendations that make a fitting conclusion for the discussion on OVC, as we move on to awaited themes like Mainstreaming HIV among Zilla Parishads and review of the drafts of NACP III.
  • 26. Moderator’s Note:
    • This query is cross-posted between the AIDS and Gender Communities of Solution Exchange to collect a blend of experiences. Respondents to this query are advised to use the term 'sex workers', in the discussion as the Registration rule referred to was written in 1921.
  • 27. Moderator’s Note:
    • Apologies for providing a wrong link for the executive summary in the previous mail from Ruben, which is now corrected and appended.
  • 28. Moderator’s Note:
    • Thanks to the flurry of contributions and a small backlog of responses the reply by date for this query is extended from 07 to 09 June 2006.
  • 29. Moderator’s Note:
    • Cissy Ssuuna explains the rights of testing and reasons for sharing confidentiality to Alok Vashishtha in this e-mail.
  • 30. Moderator’s Note:
    • Dr. Bharti Sharma details how responses to Joe's query on Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) helped her. 
  • 31. Moderator’s Note:
    • Justice M. R. Hariharan Nair's response is simple yet convincing by its logic, reason and science.
  • 32. Moderator’s Note:
    • The material in the posting by Dr. Ajay Singh to the appended query was from the document " Condom Programming for HIV Managers " by UNFPA, WHO and PATH. In the original message this was not stated. The error was discovered during our editorial team’s review of the original postings. We here by retract the message posted on July 6, 2006 from the discussion on the “Query: Condom Usage by Sex Workers” and the document will be considered as a recommended document from Dr. Singh in the ensuing Consolidated Reply.
  • 33. Moderator’s Note:
    • The time to reply for this query is short, as examples that integrate PPTCT with Care and Support are required for a talk to be given by Subha. Every response used in her presentation will be acknowledged. 
  • 34. Edits – How they come
    • I would like to raise a simple point here that doesn't sound convincing to me. From your mail, responding to PLHIV with disabilities in India you have mentioned that PLHIV is a "DISABILITY" in itself. I would strongly disagree with that statement.
    • Lack of knowledge on HIV for PLHIV can make it a disability for them. But it certainly its NOT a disability. HIV is not end of life, there is life after HIV and in no way a disabled one. And by giving it a name of disability, you are adding stigma and discrimination to PLHIV.
    • I am in no way trying to offend you but trying to give you different perspective. I hope you can pass this on next time, instead of calling it a disability. Lets help prevent the stigma and discrimination and not add on to it.
    • I hope I have not offended you by this mail.
  • 35. Edits – How they go
    • In addition, I would like to raise a simple point here that does not sound convincing to me. From Mr. Samir Roy's mail, it is mentioned that being a PLHIV is itself a Disability. I was wondering about that statement. Rather, it is lack of knowledge on HIV for PLHIV that can make HIV a disability for them. Certainly, HIV is not a disability. For, HIV is not end of life, there is life after HIV and in no way a disabled one. By giving it a tag of disability, are we not adding stigma and discrimination to PLHIV? I am in no way trying to offend but trying to give a different perspective. In this, I hope I am wrong.
  • 36. Guiding principles KNOWLEDGE IS POWER CUSTOMER IS THE FOCUS BREAK BARRIERS SPREAD AWARENESS NO COST or LOW COST TAKE STOCK, MOVE FORWARD CARVE A NICHE MAKE A DIFFERENCE DIFFERENTLY NETWORK, GROW AND SUSTAIN WALK THE TALK
  • 37. Finally Everything is for good Thank you