Focused on the country's Muslim community, IMAU has integrated Islamic religious values with medical information on HIV/AIDS by mobilizing Muslim leaders such as Imams. These community members make home visits to families across Uganda, offering accurate information on HIV/AIDS.
This paper provides background information from the planners and participants involved in the International Consultation on Peer Education and HIV/AIDS that took place in Kingston, Jamaica, 18-21 April 1999.
This resource package contains four brochures dealing with: 1) key issues and ideas for action; 2) children and HIV; 3) young people and HIV; and 4) facts and figures.
The manual is meant for trainers to improve NGO leaders advocacy skills with regard to reproductive health issues. Based on the participatory training approach, the manual introduces the basic principles of advocacy in the format of a three-day workshop design.
This guide is dedicated to those involved with implementing life skills interventions in developing countries (educational policy-makers, head teachers, NGOs, etc).
This document is one of the 'information books for Africa' in the HIV and AIDS series, developed by the Junior Africa Writers (JAWS).
This UNESCO guide is a collection of examples of "best practices" in HIV/AIDS preventive education for African women especially the illiterate and the semi-literate.
In Thailand, too many girls find themselves at an early age in the sex industry Young girls are thought to be "safe" and uninfected with HIV, but the risk of infection to them and their clients is very high.