1. Fact Sheet

    2017 - 2021 Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS Strategic Initiative Strategy Fact Sheet

    An estimated 250 million children between 0-5 years, living in low- and middle-income countries, are at risk of poor development—and children living in communities affected by HIV and AIDS are particularly vulnerable. Early childhood development (ECD) interventions provide a powerful opportunity to level the playing field for these children.

  2. External Report

    Ending Violence in Childhood: Global Report 2017

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS November 13, 2017 From Know Violence in Childhood: A Global Learning Initiative
  3. Strategy Document

    2017 - 2021 Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS Foundation Strategy

    In November 2016, the Board of Directors of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation reaffirmed the importance of children affected by HIV/AIDS as a priority for Foundation grantmaking and requested that Foundation staff develop a strategy for achieving measurable impact in this area. This briefing outlines a five-year strategy informed by substantial input from content experts and practitioners in the field, which was approved by the the Board of Directors in November 2016.

  4. Report

    Early Childhood Developmental Status in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: National, Regional, and Global Prevalence Estimates Using Predictive Modeling

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS June 8, 2016 By Dana Charles McCoy, Evan D. Peet, Majid Ezzati, Goodarz Danaei, Maureen M. Black, Christopher R. Sudfeld, Wafaie Fawzi, Günther Fink

    The development of cognitive and socioemotional skills early in life influences later health and well-being.

  5. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    2016 Evaluation of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s Initiative on young children affected by HIV and AIDS

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS May 10, 2016 By Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)

    This evaluation is designed to provide achievements, challenges, recommendations and key learnings related to improving early childhood development for young children within five countries in East and Southern Africa over a three year period from 2012-2015.

  6. Report

    Integrating a Parenting Intervention With Routine Primary Health Care: A Cluster Randomized Trial

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS August 5, 2015 By PEDIATRICS

    More than 200 million children globally do not attain their developmental potential. A parent training program integrated into primary health center visits proves to be beneficial to child development.

  7. Report

    Human Sciences Research Council Newsletter, June 2015

    In this issue we speak to Pedro Maunde, ECD Project Manager for CARE International and one of the graduates of the SECD course about his experience of the course and its practical application in his work; we review the Parenting in Africa Network’s report on Opportunities for strengthening families through positive discipline; and we take a look at the social and emotional foundations for early learning in Part 1 of the series which explores social and emotional development in young children.