HIV/AIDS is having a devastating effect on the education sector in sub-Saharan Africa.
Although caring for children orphaned by AIDS is increasingly acknowledged as a priority area for HIV/AIDS and development programs, there is limited knowledge on caregivers.
Le SNEA-B et le SNESS, dans le cadre de leur projet commun, Education Pour Tous ( EPT) et lutte contre le SIDA et les IST à l'école ont diligenté cette étude qui se fixe pour principaux objectifs de : faire la situation de la séroprévalence chez les enseignants ; évaluer à l'échelle du
Using eleven nationally representative surveys conducted between 1993 and 2005 this paper assesses the extent to which the vulnerability of orphans to poorer educational outcomes has changed over time as the AIDS crisis deepens in South Africa.
The author describes exploratory studies on children's rights in Namibia and the services provided to children affected and infected by HIV/AIDS and makes some recommendations on the need for education and provision of support for their holistic development.
The document provides a succinct overview of the burden and impact of HIV and AIDS in South African children and reviews the progress made in preventing HIV and mitigating its impacts on children and affected families.
More than 30 percent of school-aged children have lost at least one parent in Malawi. Lack of investments in human capital and adverse conditions during childhood are often associated with lower living standards in the future.
This report presents key findings from a new body of research that describes the sexual and reproductive health needs of Malawi's youth.
The HIV and AIDS epidemic is deemed the single greatest threat to South Africa's future and its growth is one of the most rapid in the world. The South African government has marked 2006 as the year of accelerated HIV and AIDS prevention.
This report examines sexuality and children's rights in relation to the HIV epidemic in selected countries of Africa. The study is grounded in the principle laid down in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.