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  1. Programmes harmonisés d'éducation pour la prévention du VIH et des IST. Enseignement secondaire

    Ce document a été élaboré par l'INRAP (Institut National de Recherche et d'Action Pédagogiques) en collaboration avec le CNLS (Conseil National de Lutte Contre le Sida) du Congo en 2007. Il s'agit d'un curriculum introduit une éducation VIH et IST de manière transdisciplinaire dans toutes ldiverses disciplines de l'enseignement secondaire comme les sciences et vie de la terre, les langues, l'éducation physique et sportive, la philosophie, la géographie, l'éducation civique, morale et pour la paix et les mathématiques. …

  2. Programmes harmonisés d'éducation pour la prévention du VIH et des IST. Enseignement primaire

    Ce document a été élaboré par l'INRAP (Institut National de Recherche et d'Action Pédagogiques) en collaboration avec le CNLS (Conseil National de Lutte Contre le Sida) du Congoáen 2007. Il s'agit d'un curriculum qui introduit une éducation VIH et IST de manière transdisciplinaire dans toutes les matières de l'enseignement primaire. Pour chaque matière (Education pour la santé et Sciences de la vie et de la terre, Français, ECMP, Géographie, Education artistique, Education physique et sportive) et chaque niveau (CP, CE, CM) il existe des compétences et des objectifs généraux. …

  3. Learning about living: the electronic version of FLHE. North Nigeria, version 1.1. Teachers manual 2009

    This document introduces the electronic version of Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE), based on the Nigerian FLHE curriculum. The programme combines an e-learning environment for computers including One Laptop per Child (OLPC) and Classmate with a mobile phone service. This combination of digital tools, content formats and student-centred learning can be harnessed for learning and communicating about many topics. The programme is designed to work on any regular computer or the OLPC and Classmate computers. …

  4. Life planning skills: a curriculum for young people in Africa. Botswana version. Facilitator's manual

    The document is designed to help youth (age 10-24) in Botswana face the challenges of growing up, to help them make decisions about their sexual health, and to prepare for work in the future. It focuses on three important issues young people face: 1) recognizing the importance of adhering to values, 2) learning more about their body's functions and dealing with sexual and reproductive changes, feelings and behaviors and 3) thinking about and planning for their future. …

  5. Focus on youth: an HIV prevention program for African-American youth

    This is an HIV and sexually transmitted disease (STD) and teen pregnancy prevention programme targeting African-American youth between the ages of 12 and 15. First developed for recreation centres, it has been adapted to school settings. It is the updated version of the Focus on kids curriculum first developed in the 1990s. This curriculum has been thoroughly reviewed and evaluated and has been successfully exported to different cultural settings such as the Bahamas, China, Namibia and Viet Nam. …

  6. Activity book: beacon schools

    This activity book contains a series of 10 activities for primary school students aged 10 to 12. Designed primarily as an HIV and AIDS curriculum, the Beacon School activity book use activities, exercises, and stories to deliver behaviour change message related to HIV and AIDS. Participating students learn basic life skills and personal and environmental hygiene. They also gain knowledge about, and develop, healthy attitudes towards HIV and AIDS. Goals, key messages, overview, time allocated, necessary materials and preparation are specified for each activity. …

  7. Biological sciences and HIV and AIDS: a generic integration course module for universities in sub-Saharan Africa

    This integrated teaching module is an output of the in-country training workshops for lecturers on "Higher Education Science and Curricular Reforms: African Universities responding to HIV and AIDS, held in Kumasi, (Ghana) Kigali, (Rwanda) Gaborone, (Botswana) and Nairobi, (Kenya). The module contains input from participants from public and private institutions of Higher education and is based on their curricula in the teaching of biological sciences.

  8. Chemistry and HIV and AIDS: a generic integration course module for universities in sub-Saharan Africa

    This integrated teaching module is an output of the in-country training workshops for lecturers on Higher Education Science and Curricula Reforms: African Universities responding to HIV and AIDS, held in Kumasi (Ghana), Kigali (Rwanda), Gaborone (Botswana) and Nairobi (Kenya). The module contains input from participants from public and private institutions of Higher education and is based on their curricula in the teaching of chemistry.

  9. Engineering, mathematics, physics and HIV and AIDS: a generic integration course module for universities in sub-Saharan Africa

    This generic integrated module is an output of the UNESCO/AWSE incountry Training Workshops on Mainstreaming and integration of HIV and AIDS for Physical and Engineering Sciences in Ghana, Rwanda, Botswana and Kenya. It summarizes the various country integration modules in mathematics, physics and engineering and the potential entry points for integrating HIV and AIDS materials.

  10. 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. …

  11. 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.

  12. Primary school guidance and counselling curriculum guidelines

    This guideline has been published following the revision of the National Policy on Education Government paper in 1994. Deliberate efforts have been made to integrate HIV and AIDS education in this curriculum. The aim of this curriculum is to help primary, secondary and junior school teachers to define HIV and AIDS to their students and provide basic information on how it is transmitted. This finalized curriculum is welcome as it will provide support and guidance to teachers who have been implementing the programme without support. …

  13. Junior secondary syllabus: Sesotho

    The contents of this syllabus is in Sesotho language except for the title and first page, which states: "Beware !!! Sharing blades, toothbrushes and needles can give you HIV". Page 32 mentions HIV and AIDS " Mafu a tsoaetsanoang - a likobo HIV and AIDS Mokaola."

  14. Junior certificate history syllabus

    This history syllabus is designed for junior schools in Lesotho and is made for three forms (A, B and C) corresponding to the grades of junior school. Forms A and B do not mention HIV and AIDS. …

  15. 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.

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