This report considers the effects HIV/AIDS will have on the national education system in Namibia. It considers the factors that have aided and continue to aid the spread of the disease throughout Africa and throughout Namibia.
This research was designed following feedback from field personnel suggesting that it was not clear how HIV and AIDS programmes in various countries responded to the needs of disabled children and young people.
This document is intended to help individuals advocate for and implement HIV/AIDS/STI prevention through schools.
This article 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 school issues, with some attention to teacher training colleges.
This history syllabus is designed for junior schools in Lesotho and is made for three forms (A, B and C) corresponding to the grades of junior school. Forms A and B do not mention HIV and AIDS.
The Junior Certificate Syllabus integrates environmental issues, population and family life education.
Ce document est publié dans la collection " Auteurs Africains Juniors VIH et Sida " qui vise à transmettre aux enfants et adolescents les connaissances, les compétences et les valeurs qui les aideront à faire face à la pandémie.
This is a paper presented at an international seminar/workshop on: Learning and empowerment: key issues in strategies for HIV/AIDS prevention held in Chiangmai, Thailand, March 1- 5, 2004. This paper discusses the issue of empowerment learning strategies on HIV/AIDS prevention.
In 2001, the government of Eritrea, together with the World Bank, developed the HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Sexually Transmitted Infections, and Tuberculosis Control Project (HAMSET) to reduce the impact and spread of these devastating infections.
Education needs to look at the development of individuals, their ability to think and reason, build up self-respect, as well as respect for others, think ahead and plan their future.