This generic tool covers a broad range of linkages issues, such as policy, systems and services. By design, it aims to provide a guide for assessing linkages that can be adapted as needed to regional or national contexts based on a number of factors.
The impact of HIV and AIDS has been the subject of much speculation and concern. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, many researchers and analysts were predicting devastating impact on the ranks of teachers and the wholesale collapse of education systems.
This guide has been designed to help readers to make the best use of the Toolkit for Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in the Education Sector published by the UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on Education.
The 2009 Progress Report for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS is the second in a periodic series sponsored by UNICEF designed to provide a summary of indicators of the current status of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC).
This workbook was developed by UNESCO for a workshop held for the African Development Bank (ADB) 4-6 November in Tunis, Tunisia on "Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in the Education Sector".
In 2008, the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) in collaboration with Action Health Incorporated (AHI) commissioned an assessment of the national response to young people sexual and reproductive health in Nigeria. The assessment was conducted in two phases; a desk review and a field assessment.
This article identifies and addresses opportunities for and challenges to current school-based sex and sexual health education in Nepal.
Dans le but de soutenir l’Etat togolais dans ses actions de prévention en matière du VIH/SIDA dans les établissements scolaires, UNICEF s’est engagé à appuyer l’ONG Adventist Développement and Relief Agency (ADRA) et la Direction Régionale de l’Education -Kara (DRE/Kara) dans les projets de « Réd
The primary purpose of this revised Manual is to offer organizations an updated resource on how to integrate a gender equity approach into the design and implementation of RH programs.
This report presents the key points and recommendations that emerged over the course of a two-day international technical consultation on positive prevention held in Hammamet, Tunisia on 27-28 April 2009.