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  1. Keep the promise. A teaching resource on advocacy and HIV and AIDS

    Ce livret pédagogique est destiné à des jeunes de 11 à 16 ans, mais il peut être adapté pour des plus jeunes ou pour des adultes. Son titre "tenir sa promesse" correspond à une campagne internationale appelant les dirigeants nationaux et internationaux à tenir les promesses qu'ils ont faites pour endiguer le VIH et sida. L'objectif premier de cette documentation est d'encourager les jeunes à écrire et à envoyer des lettres avant la réunion sur l'UNGASS de juin 2006. …

  2. The ABCs of AIDS prevention

    This document is the special issue of the Christians Connections for International Health (CCIH) Forum, which focuses on one aspect of the biggest challenge in the field of international health: how to reduce and reverse the spread of HIV and AIDS. It was developed in response to the need expressed by the global community for churches and religious organizations, to cooperate in playing a central role in confronting this destructive pandemic; as the major role played by faith-based organizations in the care and support of people living with HIV and AIDS has been recognized for years. …

  3. Botswana: primary: junior secondary syllabi: religious education

    The content of the revised Three Year Junior Secondary Religious Education syllabus reflects Christianity as the major religion in Botswana whilst accommodating other religions such as Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Baha’i Faith. The content also incorporates emerging and cross curricular issues including human sexuality and HIV/AIDS in relation to religious beliefs. The revised Religious Education Syllabus is suitable for learners of all religious persuasion as it does not indoctrinate nor denigrate other religions.

  4. Learning about HIV and AIDS: a manual for pastors and teachers

    The purpose of this booklet is to help teachers, pastors and youth leaders in providing relevant information about AIDS to those they work with. The manual can be used as a pedagogical material in schools. It contains a section on questions and answers, which could be included in lessons plan, and a section on facts about AIDS such as: transmission, testing and symptoms.

  5. AIDS education: Interventions in multi-cultural societies

    The book is a reflection of the current state of HIV/AIDS education in the world. The first part consists of chapters that focus on theoretical, conceptual and global policy issues; this is followed by a chapter providing the reader with the insights and views of legislators from various countries on their role in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Another chapter deals with multi-cultural issues, which are the most predominant themes and show a wide variety of topics of multi-cultural HIV/AIDS education programmes around the world. …

  6. Young people make the difference: peer influence on reproductive health of young people in Dakar, Senegal

    Senegal is mentioned by UNAIDS as best practice, since it is one of the few countries in Sub Sahara Africa with a very low HIV-prevalence, which is partly being attributed to early, far-reaching education and awareness-raising of the (young) population. This thesis does not aim to assess whether or not AIDS-education in Senegal is the cause of the low HIV-prevalence. It is aiming at gaining an insight into young people's lives and their perceptions of the severalsources of AIDS-education and information. How are young people in Senegal being informed about HIV/AIDS? What do they learn? …

  7. What Religious Leaders Can Do about HIV/AIDS. Action for children and young people

    This book is a resource that religious leaders can use to explore ways of responding to HIV/AIDS. It explains what HIV/AIDS is, how it can be prevented and how it affects particular groups, especially children and young people.It also explains how parents who are infected with HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) can avoid passing it on to their infants. …

  8. Understanding the institutional dynamics of Namibia's response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic

    This paper provides an overview of the impact of HIV and AIDS in Namibia and the institutional, multi-sectoral response which has been adopted to respond to the epidemic. It also provides an analysis of the response and offers recommendations for improvement.

  9. Tackling HIV/AIDS Stigma: Guidelines for faith-based organisations

    These guidelines were developed to provide faith leaders, HIVAIDS committees,people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) in the faith community and opinion leaders within the faith-based sector with practical and user-friendly recommendations on how to create an environment free of HIV/AIDS stigma. Additional guidelines for PLHAs and media, and the national government workplace sector, are also available. The guidelines are not exhaustive and should be read in conjunction with other guideline Siyam'kela documents produced on HIV/AIDS and stigma.

  10. Promising Practice of Stigma-mitigation Efforts from across South Africa. Reflections from: faith-based organisations, the workplace and people living with HIV/AIDS who interact with the media

    Promising practices from the three focus areas have a crucial role to play in offering leadership, vision, direction and inspiration in stigma mitigation. Faith-based organisations are important institutions in shaping values and attitudes to vulnerable people in society as well as developing appropriate and compassionate responses to social challenges. Government departments, both as employers of large numbers of South Africans and as providers of services to the population at large, are able to model exemplary policies and programmes around HIV/AIDS stigma. …

  11. Mitigating the impact of HIV/AIDS in Ghana: the role of education

    Since the first clinical evidence of HIV/AIDS was reported in 1981, the epidemic continues to escalate at an alarming rate and has now become a full-blown developmental crisis in the world. Africa is the most affected continent and at the end of the year 2002 she had 28.1 million of the world's estimated 42 million people living with HIV. …

  12. HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Support across Faith-based Communities. An Annotated Bibliography of Resources

    The purpose of this bibliography is to describe and review resources that have proven useful to faith-based organizations addressing the HIV crisis in Africa. We hope that the information allows each reader to identify the right materials to meet his or her community's needs and then to obtain those materials from the organization that developed them.Most of the materials have been developed by people within faith-based organizations, specifically for their own communities. …

  13. Failing our Children: Barriers to the Right to Education

    At the Millennium Summit in 2000, governments reaffirmed ambitious commitments- to ensure that by 2015, every child around the world is able to attend and complete primary school, and to ensure that by 2005, as many girls as boys would be attending school. Five years after the summit, school attendance has increased in many parts of the world, but education remains beyond the reach of many millions of the world's children, particularly girls. …

  14. Combating HIV/AIDS in Eastern Sudan: the case for preventative action

    This paper is a contribution to the debate on preventative education concerning HIV/AIDS. It relates to a programme in eastern Sudan, an area with a largely Muslim population and a wide variety of ethnicities and cultural practices.Ockenden and its local partners began a large multi-sectoral project to fight HIV/AIDS in the eastern part of Sudan in early 2004. Focused on preventing the further increase of the disease in both Red Sea and Kassala States it has four main purposes:1. To increase awareness and knowledge of HIV/AIDS, 2. …

  15. A cultural approach to HIV/AIDS prevention and care. Handbook 4. Culturally sensitive project design and implementation

    Ce manuel fait partie d'une série de quatre documents de méthodologie comprenant : 1 - Communication appropriée pour le changement de comportement; 2 - Elaboration de stratégie et de politique; 3 - Travaux sur le terrain: construire une réponse locale ; 4 - Conception et exécution de projet. Chaque manuel traite deux sujets principaux : a) Une explication générale de l'approche culturelle de l'épidémie du VIH/SIDA et b) Les niveaux d'action à considérer : Stratégie/politique, conception de projet et travaux sur le terrain. Le présent manuel analyse la situation et la conception de projet. Il fait aussi référence à des thématiques transversales figurant dans les trois autres manuels.

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