This UNESCO guide is a collection of examples of "best practices" in HIV/AIDS preventive education for African women especially the illiterate and the semi-literate.
In Thailand, too many girls find themselves at an early age in the sex industry Young girls are thought to be "safe" and uninfected with HIV, but the risk of infection to them and their clients is very high.
Esta pesquisa procurou conhecer o perfil social e cultural relacionado a risco de infecção pelo HIV em mulheres, descrevendo algumas variáveis epidemiológicas e revelando relatos de risco, o significado de sua vivência com AIDS e assistência recebida.
This report discusses the UNICEF project to expand programming for families and children affected by HIV/AIDS.
This manual is aimed at providing some guidance in the area of psychosocial support of Children Affected by AIDS. This is in realisation of the fact that this is a major and often neglected aspect in the fight against the pandemic.
This report is based on findings from a study that was undertaken by the Africa OR/TA II Project and the Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council (ZNFPC) to assist the ZNFPC obtain information that would enable it to develop the most appropriate and cost-effective approach to managing RTIs in it
This survey (an update of one conducted in 1997), provides an overview of donor support, policies and interests involved in school-based health and nutrition programmes. It is a useful resource for those seeking advice or funding for a particular initiative within this field.
Zambia is experiencing a crisis of massive proportions due to AIDS, poverty and dwindling economic strength. Nearly three quarters of the Zambian people live in poverty. The HIV/AIDS epidemic is drastically impacting on the demographic, social and economic landscape in Zambia.
This paper discusses UNICEF's policy on Children Affected by HIV/AIDS globally. It contains statistics of the situation of these vulnerable children and offers strategies on how to mitigate the impact of the epidemic on them.
This report examines and analyses the Institutional Response to the Situation of Orphans in Zambia. Institutions analysed include NGOs, international governments and social institutions like the church.