Ce recueil de poèmes est le fruit d'un concours de poésie organisé par le Bureau régional de l'UNESCO à Dakar à l'intention de jeunes élèves du Sénégal pour ainsi leur permettre d'exprimer la perception et les connaissances qu'ils ont du Sida.
This report is on a study which responds to the call for greater analysis of the problem in different country contexts by examining the impact of adult mortality and orphan status on primary school enrollment in Tanzania.
This report discusses the General Course in HIV/AIDS that is currently being taught in Teacher Trainig Colleges in Zimbabwe. The statistics of HIV prevalence plus the recorded number of deaths in the colleges of teachers and student teachers are highlighted in order to justify this programme.
This compilation of publications is focused on action strategies for HIV/AIDS and Education that involve governments, NGOs, private donors and the education sector initself.
This chapter focuses on the relationship between HIV/AIDS and education in countries with different levels of HIV/AIDS prevalence. It concentrates on the sector's response to schools' issues, with some attention to teacher training colleges.
This guide was adapted from the WHO document Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI): Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Pre-Service Training (working draft, 2001).
The Revised National Curriculum Statement is not a new curriculum but a streamlining and strengthening of the Curriculum 2005.
The contents of this syllabus is in Sesotho language except for the title and first page, which states: "Beware !!! Sharing blades, toothbrushes and needles can give you HIV". Page 32 mentions HIV and AIDS " Mafu a tsoaetsanoang - a likobo HIV and AIDS Mokaola."
This syllabus is an improvement of the existing 8-4-4 education syllabus and is available in two volumes.
This document is a report of the international workshop on the development of empowering educational HIV/AIDS prevention strategies and gender sensitive materials (not specific for school use), organised in Nairobi, Kenya by the UNESCO Institute for Education in collaboration with the Southern Af