In developing a policy on HIV and AIDS and Anti-Sexual Harassment, Uganda Martyrs‘ University (UMU) has embarked on a continuum stretching from prevention, treatment, care and support of those affected and infected by HIV and AIDS; to mitigating the impact of the disease on individuals, instituti
Family planning (FP), maternal, and child health (MNH), and sexual and reproductive health for adolescents and youth are fundamental elements of the RH Communication Strategy for Kenya (2010-2012).
This document describes the Zanzibar National Life Skills Education Framework (ZNLSEF) - a framework intended to provide guidance to different stakeholders and at different levels in Zanzibar on how to provide quality life skills education programs so as to attain positive behavioral changes amon
The vision and goals of the Reproductive Health Communication Strategy is to achieve the national reproductive health goals as articulated in the national policy that is to enhance the reproductive health status of all Kenyans by increasing equitable access to reproductive health services, improv
The goal of this policy is to reduce the burden of morbidity and mortality attributed to sexual and reproductive conditions. The objectives are: 1. To provide essential sexual and reproductive health services, includes emergency obstetric and neonatal care; 2.
Norms and standards for the HIV and AIDS services or interventions provided at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are not available.
The National Plan of Action for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) is a three-year plan subject to review and focuses on children who are the most vulnerable and at risk in Ghanaian society.
This strategy document is rooted in UNESCO's vision of an Africa that has successfully attained the Dakar Education-for-All (EFA) goals; is free from HIV/AIDS; is characterised by the full realisation of human rights on the part of every man, woman and child; lies in the mainstream of resear
The University of Natal hereby affirms its recognition of the responsibility that exists for the provision of access to information, prevention, care and support for all staff and students, in so far as is reasonably possible.
Young peoples’ health has become a subject of increasing importance in Tanzania, both