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  1. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Education Sector in Africa: Sub-Regional Outlook and Best Practices (Eastern and Southern Africa)

    This paper examines one aspect of the seemingly inexorable advance of HIV/AIDS: the way it has impacted on the education sector in Eastern and Southern Africa. The paper also examines the adjustments the sector has made to the epidemic and the steps it has taken to slow down its transmission. The overall impression is one of disarray, inadequate understanding, and piecemeal response-several projects, but few programmes. …

  2. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Primary and Secondary Schooling in Malawi: developing a comprehensive strategic response

    Assesses the impact to date of HIV/AIDS on the provision of primary and secondary education in Malawi, providing background information on the schooling system, governement education policy and the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The study is set up to analyze the main areas that determine supply and demand of education. Projections are then made to analyze how the epidemic will impact the school system over the next 10 -15 years and recommends strategies and interventions to mitigate the impact on students and teachers.

  3. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education in Kenya, and the Potential for Using Education in the Widest Sense for the Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS

    The general objective of this research study was to investigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on education. The study also sought to find out how education can be used in the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS.The findings of this study show that HIV/AIDS has had wide spread effects on children's learning experiences. Children are now becoming subject to many psycho-socio impacts of HIV/AIDS such as stigma, fear, worry, depression and hopelessness. …

  4. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education and Institutionalizing Preventive Education

    The objective of this publication is to provide a compilation of various research findings on the impact of HIV/AIDS on education in countries south of the Sahara, which is the world's most infected region. It also presents different options available to the education ministries and government decision-makers with regard to the use of education as an instrument to mitigate the effect of HIV/AIDS, as well as a tool for its prevention.

  5. The HIV/AIDS Emergency. Guidelines for Educators

    These guidelines are based on the National Policy on HIV/AIDS for Learners and Educators in Public Schools, and Students and Educators in Further Education and Training institutions of the Department of Education (South Africa).

  6. Teachers confronting the HIV epidemic: skills for teaching and survival

    Recognizing the urgency for the education sector to respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the World Health Organization (WHO), Education International (EI), and the Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) developed a skills-based Teacher Training Program to Prevent HIV Infection and Related Discrimination. The Program trains teachers to use interactive teaching and learning methods to provide them with the skills to: 1) protect themselves, 2) advocate for HIV prevention in their schools, and 3) teach students to avoid HIV infection. …

  7. Teachers Service Commission sub-sector workplace policy on HIV and AIDS

    The Teachers Service Commission workforce has not been spared by the HIV/AIDS pandemic and in response the Commission has developed a policy to address this crisis. The sub-sector policy aims at providing guidance to the management of employees who are infected and affected by HIV and AIDS and prevention of further infections. The sub-sector policy also defines the TSC's position and practices within the multisectoral response to HIV and AIDS pandemic. …

  8. Teacher absences in an HIV and AIDS context: evidence from nine schools in Kavango and Caprivi (Namibia)

    With the high prevalence of HIV and AIDS in Namibia, teacher absenteeism is becoming a pressing issue for the country's education system, particularly in the areas most affected by the epidemic. This study examines how some schools in the hardest hit areas are managing the problem. Due to the complexity of the issue, the research was conducted using qualitative methodology, requiring in-depth observations and interviews. …

  9. Study on the Impact of the Schools HIV/AIDS Intervention Programme in Swaziland

    The study was especially commissioned to find out the impact of HIV/AIDS on the education sector. It concentrated on the impact on the population as a whole, and made projections of the numbers of the infected and affected adults. There was no specific information about affected and infected teachers save for the fact that due to the high rate of infections and AIDS related deaths, training of teachers had to be intensified. …

  10. Strengthening HIV/AIDS Prevention Education for Secondary Schools in Cambodia

    As Cambodia was returning to peace in the early 1990's, HIV/AIDS reached the war-torn Kingdom. With around 3.5% of the adult population aged from 15 to 49 already infected, the Kingdom of Cambodia is facing today the highest rate of infection in Asia. The epidemic has begun to move from vulnerable groups into the general population in the city, towns and rural and remote areas. …

  11. Strategic program of response to HIV/AIDS epidemic within the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2002-2005

    The present Program is worked out in accordance with recommendations developed at the meeting participated by representatives of President's Administration, ministries, departments, local executive authorities, nongovernmental, international and bilateral organizations (Temirtau, 20 October 2002) and with due regard to decisions of AIDS Coordination Committee meeting that took place on 11 June 2002 (Protocol No 24-3/005-439). …

  12. Strategic Plan 2002-2006

    Human Immune-deficiency Virus (HIV) started to spread in Zimbabwe in the early 1980s with the first case of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) identified in 1985. Since then, the number of reported cases of AIDS have been rising expontenaly from 119 reported in 1987 to over 655,000 cumulative estimated cases by the end of 2000.Current estimates from the National AIDS Coordination Programme of the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, show that around 2000 people are dying of AIDS every week.What makes AIDS unique from other diseases is that it is affecting the young . …

  13. South Africa: effective service delivery in the education and health sectors. A discussion paper

    Among the many urgent priorities on the agenda of the new African National Congress (ANC) government in 1994 was the extension of public services to the whole population that up to then only white South Africans had been able to take for granted. This discussion document considers the challenges of achieving this ambition, with particular reference to the delivery of health and education services in South Africa in the post-apartheid state. …

  14. Rhodes University Policy on HIV infection and AIDS

    The University recognises the extreme seriousness of HIV infection and AIDS, and in view of the implications of the disease both at the workplace and wider society it is committed to formulating a policy to deal with problem.

  15. Revised guidelines for the school AIDS education programme

    These guidelines are for use by the Education Department, State AIDS Control Societies, and NGOs to implement the school AIDS Education Programme.

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