Systematic access and availability of strategic information, knowledge, experience, and learning in the area of SRH/HIV in general and focused to young people in particular has been an identified gap in India. In order for the programmers and policymakers to effectively design and implement the programs, information is a key by which initiatives can be built on rather than taken in isolation.
Till date various organisations and individuals have done a lot of work on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and HIV/AIDS and Young People in the country in terms of designing training manuals, conducting qualitative and quantitative research. However the access to all this information and resources is very limited.
To facilitate the fragmented spread of the professional work, Partners in Development Initiatives (PDI) and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) proposed to develop a one-stop resource hub in the area of HIV that can provide information, lessons learned, project and program details both electronically and physically.
Where is it?
Partners in Development Initiatives
B-4/290, Safdarjung Enclave
New Delhi - 110029
Telephone Number : 46067846, 41632247, 48
Email : email@example.com
Who can access the resource centre?
The resource centre is accessible worldwide. The main target beneficiaries are programmers, policy makers, advocates and young people. However, any interested party can benefit from the information available.
What are the features of the resource centre?
The resource centre includes publications, IEC materials, articles, conference papers, thesis and reports, news clippings, training manuals, directory of experts and NGOs, audio visuals, forthcoming events specifically in the Indian context. The information is available physically by establishing a repository and also online in a bibliographical format on the website. The full text will be provided on request both online as well as through postage.
How can one contribute to the resource centre?
You are invited to send materials relating to SRH and Young People in the resource centre. These will be catalogued and shared with your colleagues in India. Please fill in the contribution form duly signed by the organizational head for granting permission to PDI to share the information
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