Integration and Mainstreaming using CAFOD’s Vulnerability and Inequality Analysis Tool. Georgia Burford HIV Strategy Manager. Understanding vulnerabilities and inequalities . Access to water. Access to water. No access to water. The Vulnerability and Inequality Analysis Tool - Analysis.
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Integration and Mainstreaming using CAFOD’s Vulnerability and
HIV Strategy Manager
Access to water
Access to water
No access to water
Are interventions enhancing protection issues or creating new ones?
Are all community members able to participate?
Are plans reinforcing or creating unequal power relations?
Are we focussing on who we should include?
Ensure pumps are well lit and close to households
Ensure pumps are accessible; no steps, easy to use; address stigma
Ensure women, men of all ages and PLHIV in decision making committees
Women, girls, PLHIV, elderly, people with disabilities
Reduce HIV-related stigma through community education to reduce misconceptions around HIV transmission and improve participation
Reduce vulnerability to physical or sexual violence by improving lighting and security to improve protection
Context of Hwange District
Access to water and sanitation
Improved hygiene awareness
“We shall not finally defeat AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, or any other infectious diseases that plague the developing world until we have won the battle for safe drinking water, sanitation and basic health care.”
- Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General