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Welcome to the online resource library for other publication. The publications linked below are the useful tools produced by other organizations including International HIV/AIDS Alliance based in UK and the government of Cambodia. These tools are found useful for policy advocacy work. The tools inspire KHANA to extend these tools to all readers and researchers who come to visit KHAHA website. 
The following tools are available for download:
 
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The Law on the Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS was enacted by the National
Assembly on 14 of June, 2002 at its 8th plenary session of the 2nd legislature, and entirely
approved by the Senate of its form and legal concepts on the 10th July, 2002 at its 7th
plenary session of the 1st legislature.
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A toolkit for training and to support community writers to speak their world on HIV and TB
 
The KC Team toolkit is a comprehensive guide to plan, implement and evaluate a successful
KC training workshop.
(Source: International HIV/AIDS Alliance)
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Advocacy In Action: A toolkit to support NGOs and CBOs
 
Advocacy – speaking up on behalf of others who, for whatever reason, do not have a voice – is an effective way of influencing people in power. It can range from a child defending her orphaned cousin against stigma or actors living with HIV/AIDS performing a drama about their rights.
(Source: International HIV/AIDS Alliance)
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A toolkit to support to NGOs/CBOs Responding to HIV/AIDS
NGOs can build strong and lasting action on HIV/AIDS by working strategically with other people and organisations. This toolkit is designed for facilitators to use to enable participants to form partnerships, develop specific skills and increase their experience.
(Source: International HIV/AIDS Alliance)
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Raising Funds and Mobilizing Resources for HIV/AIDS Work: A toolkit to support NGOs/CBO 
NGOs/CBOs need a range of resources – primarily money, but also technical assistance, human resources, material goods and free services.
(Source: International HIV/AIDS Alliance)
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