The discourse on the relationship between literacy and HIV is dominated by the belief that illiteracy is one of the causes of HIV/AIDS. Furthermore, the gender disparity in literacy rates means that women illiterates belong to the high risk groups.
This report is based on a groundbreaking survey of the capacity and readiness of vulnerable or affected countries to manage HIV/AIDS impact on their education systems.
This report analyses the response to a questionnaire given to 176 2nd and 3rd year Molepolole College of Education (MCE) students at the beginning of term two after they had returned from their teaching practice (TP) of 2004.
Recognizing the urgency for the education sector to respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the World Health Organization (WHO), Education International (EI), and the Education Development Center, Inc.
The HIV/AIDS Response Team of Jamaica's Ministry of Education - the only such initiative in the Caribbean - was externally evaluated after its first year of operation by UNESCO consultant, Claudia Chambers.The evaluation was focussed on formation and functioning of the MOEYC's HIV/AIDS
This 34-page paper represents a compilation of ten programmes that demonstrate their effectiveness in reducing behavioural risks for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, among youth in developing countries.
World Education, through its SHAPE 1 program, worked with a consortium of nine Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to deliver HIV/AIDS education to in-school youth though a peer education program.
To curb the spread of HIV/AIDS among young people, in the period from December 2001 to February 2004, the project Coordinated Support to the Health and Development of Young People in Latvia was implemented by the Ministry of Education and Science and UN agencies (UNAIDS, UNICEF, UNDP, UNFPA and W
This report examines World Bank financing for the Education Sector HIV/AIDS Response in Sub-Saharan Africa up to mid-2004.
The Kenya Girl Guide Association (KGGA) and Family Health International (FHI)/Impact began a program, which was developed by PATH, in 1999 to train young Girl Guides as HIV peer educators in their schools.