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  1. Family Life and Emerging Health Issues Curriculum implementation: strategic framework (2011-2015)

    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. …

  2. Family life and emerging health issues curriculum: training guide for colleges of education in Nigeria

    Family Life and Emerging Health Issues (FLEHI) is designed to promote the acquisition if factual information, formation of positive attitudes and values as well as develop skills to cope with biological, psychological, socio-cultural and spiritual development as human beings. It is intended to build the confidence of the student teachers in imparting Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE) concepts at the basic school levels.

  3. National life skills education framework

    The development of a National Life Skills Education Framework (NLSEF) took place at an opportune moment in Tanzanian education. This framework, links closely with national strategies and initiatives in the education sector to improve the overall well-being and learning outcomes for all Tanzanian children and youth. These strategies include: MoEVT HIV and AIDS Strategic plan, the In-Service Training Strategy, Basic Standards for Pre-primary and Primary Education in Tanzania and National Strategy for Care and Support Services in Primary Schools in Tanzania. …

  4. Stay healthy: a gender-transformative HIV prevention curriculum for youth in Namibia

    The overall goal of Stay Healthy: A Gender-Transformative HIV Prevention Curriculum for Youth in Namibia is to prevent HIV infection among Namibian youth aged 13-18. Stay Healthy focuses on changing three key behaviors directly related to HIV infection by accomplishing the following: (1) delaying the onset of sexual intercourse, (2) increasing the correct and consistent use of the male condom among sexually active youth, and (3) decreasing multiple concurrent partners among sexually active youth. …

  5. Primary education syllabus

    This syllabus is an improvement of the existing 8-4-4 education syllabus and is available in two volumes. In order to remain relevant in the midst of the changing needs of the society, this new primary school curriculum has incorporated vital emerging issues, which include: industrial transformation of the country, environmental education, health issues like drug abuse and HIV and AIDS pandemic, gender issues, human rights, child's rights, moral values and social responsibility. The document provides both general and specific objectives for each grade. …

  6. Primary syllabus: standards 6, 7: higher primary

    The primary syllabus outlines the curriculum aims, timetable/allocation for each subject, suggested activities, concepts/skills/attitudes, learning outcomes and the resources available. The issue of HIV and AIDS is raised under the 'health education' topic, where they describe HIV and AIDS, its causes, signs and symptoms, mode of transmission, prevention, care and support of infected persons and also its effects and complications.

  7. Primary School Action for Better Health

    This manual offers a set if teaching support materials developed by the Centre for British Teachers that uses existing subjects within the Kenyan primary school curricula to infuse HIV/AIDS messages.

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