HIV in the Developing World:
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I worked in HIV in the developing world between 1986 and 2006. This page lists freelance consultancies between 2000 and 2006.



Family Health International
  • Document revision (Philippines 2006)
  • Project development:
        young people participation in reproductive health services
        (Thailand 2005)
        media, men who have sex with men and military (East
        Timor 2004)
  • Project review (Thailand 2004)
  • Proposal preparation (Thailand 2007)
  • Research and analysis: comparative analysis of sex between
        men (four countries 2004)

    Grey Worldwide (advertising agency)
  • Briefing: sexual behaviour in Africa (2002)

    Health First
  • Editing: Manual on HIV in relationships for gay men (UK 2001)

    Healthlink Worldwide (with Panos Institute)
  • Briefing: HIV and the military (2002)

    Human Security Centre
  • Research and Analysis:
        HIV and conflict (2005), ill health and conflict (2006)

    International HIV/AIDS Alliance
  • Document Revision: working with sex workers (2004)
  • Literature Review: stigma in HIV programmes towards
        men who have sex with men (2003)
  • Rapporteuring: (Thailand / Asia 2005)
  • Briefing: Access to Services (Thailand 2004)

    Pan American Health Organization
  • Research and analysis: HIV-related stigma in health services
        (Latin America 2003)

    Panos Institute
  • Research and analysis:
        global access to antiretroviral therapies (2005)

    POLICY PROJECT
  • Briefing papers:
        men who have sex with men;
        male clients of female sex workers (Vietnam 2005)

    POPTECH
  • Research and analysis: future health policy priorities
        (Latin America 2003)

    Southern Africa AIDS Training Programme
  • Editing: guidelines for counseling men who have sex with men
        (Zimbabwe 2003)

    UNFPA (with Panos Institute)
  • Rapporteuring: Communication for Development (2002)


    this page updated: August 2009


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