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In response to reducing the HIV infections and mitigating the impact of AIDS as well as other emerging health issues the NCCE in 2009 introduced the Family Life and Emerging Health Issues (FLEHI), a General Studies course in all NCE awarding institutions in Nigeria. Since the introducing of this course, the Commission has followed with keen interest the implementation with a view to continually providing the support and guidance necessary to achieving an effective implementation of the curriculum. …
The purpose of writing the addendum is to give visibility of Higher Education and Technical and Vocational Education Training in the ESSP - HA (2008 – 2012). The focus of this addendum is HE and TVET institutions, a population which is at risk for and vulnerable to HIV and STIs infection. The main focus of the addendum will be on four main areas or themes that will address risk and vulnerability reduction for both school and workplace populations, namely: prevention education; care and support services; impact mitigation; enabling environment.
This policy is a model for policies to be developed by individual training institutions for use in their own context. Training institutions are free to add, delete and borrow from this draft policy, or to adapt it, as in line with their own policy and procedures.The implementation of the VET HIV/AIDS policy and programmes will be carried out in collaboration with national initiatives and structures, in particular in line with the Botswana National Policy on HIV/AIDS.
The purpose of this document is to give guidelines on the steps and rational behind the need to have curriculum integration and capacity building in tertiary institutions. Each university/institution may develop its own goal but the underlying principle is the development of HIV/AIDS courses and provision of HIV training to staff/students. …
National Policy on HIV/AIDS, for learners and educators in public schools, and students and educators in further education and training institutions
The objectives of the policy are:To assist those uninfected to remain free of HIV.To support those already infected with HIV and those affected by the epidemic.To sustain a high level of awareness.To influence positive behavioural change.To develop preventive HIV/AIDS programmes.To encourage voluntary testing and treatment where applicable.To discourage stigma and discrimination towards those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.