Looking for ‘bigger picture’ material, reports, and resources for research, or for materials you can use to promote Uthando? We have started a collection here, and will add to it as time goes on.
- Display our KZN map to help doll makers understand where the dolls are going
- Show our Goodness and Happiness DVD
- Download an A4 sheet of Uthando FAQs (black and white) to print out and use at events
- Download an Uthando 3-fold brochure (print on A4, fold to DL envelope size)
- Our Uthando book, 100 Dolls, Countless Hearts, has many stories from dollmakers and gives the context from our five partner agencies in South Africa. The book is a huge resource for patterns; sewn, knitted, animals, puppets, clothing, balls and accessories. Buy through our SHOP
- Use our school presentations PowerPoint (please contact us to ask for this – it’s a large file and we need to send it through Dropbox).
- TREE Report to Uthando
- Reports uthando-dolls-report-may-to-december-2016 from TREE, KZN:
- For a wonderful insight into the work of dlalanathi, see their 2012 Annual Report or this report to the Soroptimists on the work of the Uthando Dolls.
- The work of the dolls gives feedback from TREE, Family Literacy Project and Lifeline on the work of the dolls and the way children respond to them.
- Letter and Report from Uthando Director, Dr Julie Stone, after attending the 21st International Association for Child Psychiatrists and Allied Professionals (IACAPAP) conference in Durban in August 2014
Background to the HIV/AIDS pandemic and its impact on children’s lives:
- UNICEF has a yearly series of Children and AIDS Stocktaking reports. The link is to the 2013 report.
- Save the Children has a 2006 report on Missing Mothers, which describes the impact of the loss of a generation of parents.
- The South African Journaids site has information for journalists on how children are affected by the impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. It addresses some misunderstandings and assumptions.
- AVERT (Averting HIV and AIDS) has information on children and HIV/AIDS.
Theory and research about our understanding of children’s development and the importance of play.
- World Health Organisation review titled: The Importance of caregiver-child interactions for the survival and healthy development of young children, 2006.
Our Uthando SCHOOLS REPORT.August 2013 gives a picture of what’s possible on a larger scale.