The HEAIDS Policy Framework on HIV and AIDS for Higher Education in South Africa is a guide against which institutions can review their existing institutional policies and programmes on HIV and AIDS.
The HIV and AIDS Workplace Programme Implementation Guide provides a support tool to assist institutions in developing/enhancing their HIV and AIDS workplace programmes. The Guide has been aligned to the Framework for HIV and AIDS Workplace Programmes developed for the Higher Education Sector.
This toolkit is a set of ideas on how to use art and creative approaches to build a new understanding about HIV stigma and human rights, and on how young people can work together to challenge stigma and discrimination.
This guide was developed to support the integration of equity and inclusion issues in education sector plans while they are developed, revised or appraised. It promotes a more comprehensive and evidence-based approach to providing equitable education, which is at the heart of Education for All.
This document focuses on health clubs, which consists of a group of students/pupils who: - Are determined to control and prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS through peer education, life skills education and sexual reproductive health; - Have decided to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS and help other p
The toolkit aims to assist education sector staff, networks of people living with HIV, and others to apply the principles for the greater involvement of people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS (GIPA) in a comprehensive approach for the education sector's response to HIV and AIDS.
This guide aims to support young people's sexual pleasure and health, and to help them develop strong intimate relationships. It explores how human rights and sexual well-being are related and suggests strategies to help make decisions about dating, relationships, sex and parenthood.
The Government of Kenya (GOK) through the Ministry of Education (MoE) is committed to improving the delivery of education services through decentralization of educational management and financing at district and school level.
Caribbean countries are increasingly implementing comprehensive responses to the HIV and AIDS epidemic in the education sector, following the Port-of-Spain and Roseau Declarations in the mid-2000s and guided by frameworks such as Health-Promoting Schools, Child-Friendly Schools, and the EDUCAIDS
This publication can be used by any individual or organization with a stake in developing or running a successful peer education program. The publication is divided into four main sections: 1. Peer Education Overview.