The Conference on HIV/AIDS and the education sector - the Education Coalition against HIV/AIDS- was held from 31 May to 1 June 2002.
A report of technical meeting co-sponsored by USAID Office of HIV/AIDS, the Institute for Youth Development, and YouthNet/Family Health International held in Washington DC on July 24, 2003.
To measure the effects of exposure to topics within the life skills curriculum on sexual and reproductive health knowledge and behaviors among youth, the University of Natal-Durban School of Development Studies, Horizons, The Population Council's Policy Research Division, and Tulane Universi
The purpose of the study is to improve our understanding of the current impact of HIV and AIDS on primary education in four Eastern and Southem African countries. The study uses Kelly's (2000) framework which identifies potential ways in which education systems are affected by HIV and AIDS.
This manual promotes the acquisition of factual information, the formation of positive attitudes, beliefs and values, as well as the development of skills to cope with the biological, psychological, socio-cultural and spiritual aspects of human sexuality.
Within the Education Statistical Abstract 2001 published by the Ministry of Education and Sports of Uganda, details of the education system in terms of the number of pupils, by gender, schools and teachers are provided from 1963 through to 2001.
Provinces and districts need to find ways to cope with the challenges of this epidemic. Provinces and districts will need to broaden their scope in order to cope. All planning processes will need to take into account the challenges of HIV and AIDS.
The Swedish International Development Agency's DESO/Education Division's working group for education system aims to strengthen the analysis of the education system in Sida co-operation countries where Sweden gives support to education.
This booklet is one of a series prepared during the UNESCO training workshops to produce gender-sensitive materials for HIV and AIDS prevention for Southern African countries.
The 2003 National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey (NARHS) is a nationally representative survey of 10 000 respondents consisting of 5 128 women aged 15-49 years and 4 962 men aged 15-64 years.