The Workshop was funded by USAID and was convened, organised and chaired by the Health Economics and HIV/AIDS Research Division of the University of Natal (HEARD).
This case study focuses on Zambia's Lusaka and Southern Provinces and the views of teachers and pupils of that region with regards to the teaching of HIV/AIDS in basic education.
This article is focussed on the factors that contribute to the spread of HIV and their implications to the quality of life in TVET systems.
This paper confines its analysis primarily to issues of process, structure and content. Information was collected from government and agency documents and from respondents at national, provincial, district and schools level. The paper explores national structures and plans.
This report examines the impact of HIV/AIDS on the University of Namibia Community as well as its response to this impact. Starting with the situation of HIV/AIDS in the country, it then goes on to describe the University of Namibia and its own particular relationship with HIV/AIDS.
This report documents responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic by South African universities.
Paper presented at the IIEP HIV/AIDS Impact on Education Workshop, Paris, 27-29 September 2000.
This article focuses on the correlation between HIV infection and the level of education, the latter being a good proxy indicator for a person's overall socio-economic status.
The aim of this case study was to document the effects of HIV/AIDS on the University of Nairobi personnel, operations and resource use. The study was of a descriptive nature and relied mostly on qualitative methodoloies such as interviews, group discussions and the analysis of documents.
The growing HIV/AIDS pandemic has already has a marked impact on higher education and will continue to do so as the disease intensifies. Higher education institutions have a crucial role to play in developing effective mechanisms to deal with this impact both within the academy and in society.