COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION SERVICES TO HIV VICTIM – CASE STUDIES

Mr. S. Yesu Suresh Raj, Dr.S. Radhakrishnan

Abstract


The present study entitled, Community based rehabilitation services to HIV victims - development perspectives, was undertaken.  The researcher started his work with defining rehabilitation that it is intended to create an environment favorable for the person living with any disability or disease.  To understand more about the context of HIV/AIDS, and the rehabilitation of HIV victims through CBR approach the researcher has reviewed a number of literatures to find out the dimension of the problem taken by different researchers and the methodology adopted by team in testing their hypotheses.

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