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
A teacher's guide was developed as part of the School-Based Healthy Living and HIV/AIDS Preventive Education (SHAPE). The guide comprises of four sections: Healthy living and understanding your body; Health and diseases; Social skills for healthy living; and A sound mind in a sound body.
Preventing HIV among young people is particularly urgent in Sub-Saharan Africa, where in many countries young people comprise more than 30 percent of the population and general HIV prevalence rates often exceed 10 percent.
This paper analyzes the relationship between orphan status, household wealth, and child school enrollment using data collected in the 1990s from 28 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, with one country in Southeast Asia.
The objectives of this workshop were amongst others to:- open debate about HIV/AIDS at leadership level in a sub-reion of Asia; identify how universities in this region can demonstrate leadership; identify what is being done in the university sector in this region; share strategies; promote the d
This document summarises the discussions and ideas generated during a meeting hosted by IIEP in co-operation with UNDP and UNICEF in Paris, on 27-29 September 2000.
For better physical, social and mental health, young people require negotiation skills to resist peer pressure especially related to drugs, alcohol and sex and for effectively dealing with workplace problems. Negotiation skills are an outcome of thinking and social skills.