This strategic document, which was produced by Pakistan’s Ministry of Education in co-operation with UNESCO, provides information pertaining to the establishment and development of school health programmes (SHP) in Pakistan as a strategic approach towards improving overall health and education.
The Education Strategic Plan (ESP) 2009- 2009-2013 review aims to ensure linkages between education policies and strategies with development programs and actions as well as between planning and budgeting.
Groups of men who have sex with men (MSM) are not uniform throughout the Southeast Asian region. As the groups vary, their need of health coverage, social acceptance and information varies. This Brief claims that design of policies, programs and advocacies must be tailored to the local context.
The Regional Youth MSM and Transgender Consultation Meeting was held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 1-3 September 2010. 33 participants from 13 countries in Southeast Asia and Pacific regions participated in this meeting.
The purpose of this manual is to guide Save the Children School Health and Nutrition (SHN) program staff [...], and implementing partners in Bangladesh on how to implement the SHN activities, setting out some basic programming standards.
This health promoting policy outlines Ministry’s policy regarding the implementation of global health promoting school initiative in Maldives.
The goal of the chool health promotion policy is to create a sustainable health promoting school culture enabling the children to optimally benefit from educational opportunities provided, and promote healthy lifestyles among themselves, their families and the community.
This document provides the results of a survey carried out by the The Strategies for Hope Trust between January and April 2010.
The report presents the result of investigation and review of written materials in the form of books, reports, journals on adolescent life education from different organizations in Bangladesh.
This report is one of a set of a series of Education Division of the Overseas Development Administration (now DFID). It sets out to describe current policy and practice related to health and HIV/AIDS education in primary and secondary schools in Africa and Asia.