The aim of this document is to share emerging promising practice in the field of school health and nutrition within the GMSR and to inform governments, development partners and other organizations that recognize the need to harmonize activities and align assistance.
<p>The Ministry recognizes the important role education plays in reducing the spread of HIV and its responsibilities to provide guidance to its employees and others working education sector in Cambodia in providing effective education to the youth of Cambodia on HIV and AIDS.
This strategy provides the overall planning framework for the MoEYS response to HIV during the period 2008-2012.
UNESCO is collaborating with script writers and traditional performance artists from Cambodia, Indonesia, P.R. China, and Viet Nam to expand the use of innovative HIV prevention approaches using traditional forms of performing arts in Asia.
Linking sexual and reproductive health and HIV recognizes the vital role that sexuality plays in people's lives, and the importance of empowering people to make informed choices about their lives, love and intimacy.
Another way to learn is a UNESCO initiative that supports Non-Formal Education projects working around the world in Africa, South Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America.
This ICHA Fact Sheet (#6) aims at briefly describing the Ministry's financial procedures for strengthening Cambodia's Response to HIVand AIDS Programme.
This ICHA Fact Sheet (#1) aims at briefly describing how the Ministry is responding to the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
This ICHA Fact Sheet (#4) aims at briefly describing the Ministry's institutional arrangements for strengthening its Interdepartmental Committee for HIV and AIDS (ICHA).
This ICHA Fact Sheet (#5) aims at briefly describing the Ministry's Output Based Incentive (OBI) scheme that encourage and reward staff performance for those who actively participate in the Ministry's HIV and AIDS programme.This manual sets out the basis of the scheme which broadly para