The Government of Papua New Guinea is committed to the protection, care and support of children vulnerable to violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect.
This National Plan of Action has been developed with broad input from government, civil society, including NGOs and children, and international development partners.
These Guidelines aim to provide up-to-date, evidence based, practical information and knowledge designed to help health service providers to make informed decisions on the management of HIV and AIDS in children and to gain basic knowledge about HIV and AIDS in the pediatric age group.
In line with the Revised National Policy Document on HIV and AIDS in Guyana (2006) the Ministry of Education (MOE) seeks to play its part in the multisectoral response that is needed if the epidemic is to be overcome.
This guidance has been devised to support local authorities and schools, and managers of grant-aided schools, in working with partner agencies to meet the duty to ensure that all schools are health promoting. The guidance provides signposting to the policy framework that is already in place.
This document proposes a national strategy for school health and nutrition in Ethiopia.
This Education Sector School Health, Nutrition and HIV and AIDS Strategic plan (2008-2012) has been drafted in line with the newly produced Education Sector Policy on School Health, Nutrition and HIV and AIDS.
The Ministry of Education Policy, Educating our Future, recognizes the fact that good health and nutrition is an essential pre-requisite for effective learning.
This strategic plan is aimed at ensuring that all children in need of psychosocial support (PSS) in Swaziland are reached.
The goal of the National Plan of Action on OVC is to ensure that all children in Kenya, who are orphaned or vulnerable, are protected and supported in order to achieve their full potential.