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  1. Facts for life: Fourth edition

    Facts for Life is a joint publication of UNICEF, WHO, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNDP, WFP, UNAIDS and the World Bank. It aims to provide families and communities with the information they need to save and improve the lives of children. This is the fourth edition of Facts for Life. It is based on the latest scientific findings by medical and child development experts around the world, and presented in simple language that can be understood and acted upon easily by people without a scientific background. The Facts for Life messages are also based on human rights.

  2. Education: a vaccine for HIV/AIDS

    Education: a vaccine for HIV/AIDS

  3. HIV and AIDS education: an under-exploited potential

    Today, nearly forty million people are living with HIV. Experts agree that education could help limit the further spread of the pandemic. Yet many countries are slow to put in place a coherent HIV and AIDS prevention education plan.

  4. L’éducation pour la prévention du VIH/sida

    Prospects is a quarterly booklet from UNESCO-IBE which features articles from different writers on topics related to Education for HIV/AIDS Prevention. This edition consists of 6 sections namely: Editorial, Viewpoints and Controversies, Open file, Religion and Education for HIV/AIDS Prevention, The voices of youth and Profiles of famous educators. Topics covered in this edition include: Scaling up the response to HIV/AIDS within educational systems, UNESCO versus HIV/AIDS: the history and ten lessons, HIV prevention for adolescents: identified gaps and emerging approaches, etc. …

  5. Education as a Vehicle for Combating HIV/AIDS

    This think piece highlights the need to protect the education system so that it may also in turn protect. These two perspectives, education a vehicle for reducing the incidence of HIV/AIDS and education itself as being threatened by the disease, are the focus of much of the literature on education and HIV/AIDS. In the past, the education sector itself has focused on its role in prevention; however, it needs to focus more on protecting itself so that it can continue to work on educating others. The authors use the conclusion to highlight a sense of urgency and call the reader to action.

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