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Nutrition and HIV/AIDS: a Training Manual for Nurses and Midwives

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Summary

This document was created to build capacity of healthcare workers in Sub-Saharan Africa to integrate nutrition interventions into HIV care and treatment services. Inadequate food is a problem for many people living with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa, as HIV causes or exacerbates malnutrition and food insecurity, and malnutrition and food insecurity limit capacity to cope with the disease and its impacts. The training manual totals 379 pages, covering basic information about HIV/AIDS and nutrition along with advice on nutritional management of HIV-related symptoms, nutritional effects of antiretrovirals, infant feeding, and pediatric nutritional needs.

Publisher: Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance Project, LINKAGES Project, Academy for Educational Development
Language: English
Format: PDF
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Audiences: Midwives/Traditional Birth Attendants, Nurses, Other Healthcare Workers, Community Health Workers/Volunteer Caregivers
Topic Area: Nutrition
Resource Type: Training Tools