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Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization [WHO], Division of Family Health, Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme, 1995. 71,  p. (WHO/FHE/MSM/95.2)This directory is the revised second edition of a listing of funding sources for individuals, small groups, and nongovernmental organizations active in maternal health and safe motherhood programs. The manual was prepared in response to requests for funding directed to the World Health Organization's Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme. Advice given on how best to use the directory covers such issues as reading all of the information about an agency before sending in an application, how countries in which agencies support programs are listed, what it means when an agency will support all types of maternal health activities, where to apply, and whether a partner is required. Information is also provided on how to prepare a project proposal. The listing of 55 agencies includes how to contact the agency, who to contact, the types of projects supported, funding limits, and conditions for support.
Zimbabwe AIDS directory -- 1995: non-governmental organisations, AIDS service organisations, support groups, funders, resources.
Harare, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe AIDS Network, 1995. ix, 126 p.As the AIDS epidemic has unfolded in Zimbabwe, a number of organizations have developed AIDS programs for awareness and prevention and to help people cope with HIV infection. This Directory aims to provide information on the nongovernmental organizations (NGO), AIDS service organizations, support groups and donors involved in AIDS work in Zimbabwe. It also identifies information sources and materials available internationally, particularly those available free or at low cost, and with special relevance for Africa. Entries are listed alphabetically by name and acronym. It is hoped that the Directory will assist many organizations within the NGO community and beyond to identify resources and improve links with sister organizations, donors, and others responding to the demands of the AIDS epidemic. Most importantly, it is hoped that it will help people directly affected by or infected with HIV/AIDS to gain better access to services and support.