The report identifies the principal findings from each of the three studies along with policy and practice implication. The three studies are: Young people and risk-taking in sexual relations; Community responses to AIDS; Use of the female condom: genders relations and sexual negotiation.
This document explores the validity and interpretation of observed trends in HIV prevalence and incidence. It attempts to develop a better understanding of epidemiological patterns. It generates guidelines for evaluating changes in HIV.
African education programmes are both susceptible and vulnerable to HIV/AIDS.
In the Eastern and Southern African Region (ESAR), the AIDS epidemic is beginning to have a serious impact on the education sector, specifically on the demand for, supply of, and the management and quality of education provided at all levels.
This paper provides background information from the planners and participants involved in the International Consultation on Peer Education and HIV/AIDS that took place in Kingston, Jamaica, 18-21 April 1999.
In this UNDP issue paper, Cohen highlights a concern that despite recognizing that HIV is underlying development progress of the last decade, current policy and programmes are still created without factoring in the HIV epidemic.
Context: Relatively little is known about how poverty and illiteracy affect women's decisions to adopt contraception, specifically their likelihood of never having practiced contraception.
This report presents findings from a project designed to identify components and principles that influence HIV/AIDS peer education programme quality and effectiveness, as well as gaps in and priorities for operation research.
This document discusses the goal of a situation analysis which is to guide the design and evaluation of school-based health and nutrition programmes.
This report presents findings from the study and a follow-up workshop involving educators from all levels and representatives from a number of ministries.