Keeping up with the Movement: Preventing HIV Transmission in Migrant Work Settings is one of three research-based resources focusing on HIV transmission settings developed by The Synergy Project (funded by USAID). Two other documents in this series include:
¾ Putting On the Brakes: HIV Transmission along Truck Routes in the Developing World
¾ Room for Change: Preventing HIV Transmission in Brothels.
These resources are primarily intended for HIV/AIDS program implementers working with population groups in high-risk transmission settings. Extensive research formed the basis for these documents, and findings can be used to help design new programs, or to evaluate and revise existing interventions, in a range of transmission settings.
All three documents in the series can be used in conjunction with The Synergy APDIME Toolkit. This user-friendly electronic toolkit includes resources, tools, worksheets, and guidance for assisting program managers in Assessment, Planning, Design, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of effective HIV/AIDS responses worldwide. Readers are also invited to make use of the Synergy APDIME Toolkit Library, a searchable database which provides access to over 700 annotated resources, all of which were reviewed for the development of Synergy’s resource documents on transmission settings.
Read Here: Submodulemigrants.pdf