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A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.

HEALTH AND HIV/AIDS

 

© UNICEF/2017/Christopher Herwig

Ahmad, 12 years old, recieves physical therapy at Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan. Ahmad has cerebal palsy.

 

HEALTH AND HIV/AIDS

 

Including Children with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action: Health and HIV/AIDS is designed for UNICEF field staff – including health and HIV/AIDS humanitarian field officers, coordinators, specialist and advisors – as well as UNICEF’s partners and others involved in humanitarian work. It provides practical tips and offers entry points for making sure that health and HIV/AIDS in emergencies takes children with disabilities into account.

 

All staff can play an active role in ensuring that children with disabilities are included in health and HIV/AIDS interventions within humanitarian contexts!

 

Including Children with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action: Health and HIV/AIDS [English]

 

Including Children with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action: Health and HIV/AIDS/Inclure les ensfants handicapés dans l'action humanitaire: Santé et VIH/SIDA [French]

 

Including Children with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action: Health and HIV/AIDS [Arabic]

 

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A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.

A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.

A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.

A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.

A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.

A boy is standing between two rails with a therapist in a health/rehabilitation centre.