This review examines research on gender as it relates to women's and men's different vulnerabilities to HIV infection and their different abilities to access resources for care and support in order to cope with the impact of the epidemic.
The original project was designed to examine the resonances between gender as it constructed in the occupational setting and the HIV response of young people.
This is a report on the Regional Training Workshop on "Preventive Education Against HIV/AIDS in the School Setting" held from 18 to 23 October 1999 in Quezon City, Philippines. Funding support was provided by the Government of Japan.
This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of health education initiatives to increase knowledge and improve attitudes and behaviors in response to rising HIV incidence.
Zambia is currently experiencing one of the worst HIV/AIDS epidemics in the world, one result being that between one-third and one-quarter of the children aged below 15 have lost one or both parents.
Provides and overview of work with HIV/AIDS in Africa and Asia focussing on the challenge to find ways to asses its impact.
A health education program conducted in primary schools in Soroti district, Uganda promoted increased access to information, better peer interactions and better quality of the health education system.
This paper examines HIV/AIDS programmes that are based on behavioral interventions derived from different models and theories. It focuses on sex behavior change interventions, examines testing theoretical models of behavioral change and reviews the impact of interventions on behavioral change.
The State of Maharashtra has initiated AIDS education in public and private schools through three pilot projects.
This is a report of a workshop for Grassroots Women's Organisation in Africa and was organised in Abidjan from 7-11 September 1998 by UNESCO in co-operation with UNAIDS Regional HIV Development Project.