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Helping Children Live with HIV

by Susan McCallister, Zoe Marinkovich, and Todd Jailer

Copyright © 2019 by Hesperian Health Guides
First edition: March 2019
ISBN: 978-1-942919-33-9

Helping Children Live with HIV is the third title in Hesperian’s Early Assistance Series for Children with Disabilities.

Hesperian encourages you to copy, reproduce, or adapt any or all parts of this book, including the illustrations, provided that you do this for non-commercial purposes, credit Hesperian, and follow the other requirements of Hesperian’s Open Copyright License (see www.hesperian.org/about/open-copyright).

For certain kinds of adaptation and distribution, we ask that you first obtain permission from Hesperian. Contact [email protected] to use any part of this book for commercial purposes; in quantities more than 100 print copies; in any digital format; or with an organizational budget more than US $1 million.

We also ask that you contact Hesperian for permission before beginning any translation, to avoid duplication of efforts, and for suggestions about adapting the information in this book. Please send Hesperian a copy of any materials in which text or illustrations from this book have been used.

Helping Children Live with HIV can be improved with your help. If you are a health worker, community organizer, teacher, social worker, or anyone with ideas or suggestions for ways this resource can be changed to better meet the needs of your community, please write to [email protected] Thank you for your help.

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