The contents of this book are drawn from contributions to the Global Conference on School Health and HIV/AIDS Prevention.
This report of the UNESCO Regional Seminar on HIV/AIDS and Education within the School System for English-speaking Countries in Eastern and Southern Africa is intended for planners and policy-makers in Ministries of Education and Ministries of Health as well as representatives of NGOs.
This HIV/AIDS resource pack consists of basic information about HIV and AIDS, followed by eight activities for use in the classroom. The pack was produced for teachers as part of a training course to become AIDS awareness educators in their schools.
This curriculum provides lessons for five hours of HIV/AIDS education instruction for high school and young adult students of English as a Second Language (ESL). The curriculum helps students develop English language skills while learning about risk factors.
The teachers' text is a complement to the Form three students book.
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.
The Teachers Guide begins with a preface, an acknowledgement and brief introduction, and is followed by guidelines on how to use the curriculum in schools.
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.
This report describes the UNESCO regional seminar on HIV/AIDS and education within the school system for English-speaking countries in Eastern and Southern Africa held in February 1995.
In every country, there is great debate about how much young people should know about sex, if and when they should be sexually active, and whether condoms and other contraceptives should be available to them. But, whatever the debates, the facts remain: young people are increasingly at risk.