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  1. Measuring the education sector response to HIV and AIDS. Handbook - Supporting country-level data collection for core indicators

    The purpose of this Handbook is to provide Ministries of Education with guidelines for strengthening data collection capacities in EMIS to produce the 11 core indicators for which data are collected through the education sector. Specifically, it provides the EMIS and key stakeholders responsible for collecting data and constructing the core indicators on education and HIV and AIDS with the following guidelines and tools for: the inclusion of ten selected core indicators in the Annual School Census; and the inclusion of three core indicators in school-based surveys.

  2. Life skills-based HIV education and Education for All

    Education including life skills-based education has a positive role to play in contexts where messages have been accurate, HIV education coverage in schools has been high, and implementation has been sustained and to scale. At best however – and importantly – school-based HIV education is just one component of what UNAIDS calls combination HIV prevention, in which a range of actions provide a comprehensive mix of approaches. HIV education remains work in progress. …

  3. HIV and AIDS programme baseline study: Final report 2004/2005

    The comprehensive evaluation programme of Eastern Cape Department of Education has been set up by the Quality Assurance Directorate is a formative evaluation process which has taken on the form of a series of longitudinal studies, from 2003 to 2008. The purpose of the study is to establish what programmes and interventions have been adopted in schools in the Eastern Cape in relation to HIV and AIDS and lifeskills programmes, what strategies are being pursued and what the most pressing challenges for educators, learners and management are. …

  4. Going to scale: sustained risk reduction behavior for youth. Evaluation report for government of the Netherlands and UNICEF Malawi.

    This document is an evaluation of the UNICEF programme "Going to scale, sustained risk reduction behaviour for youth" sponsored by the Netherlands Government and realized in 2000. The programme commenced in January 1997 and extended to December 2000. This project aims at providing in and out of school youth with the necessary tools and skills to avoid risk sexual behaviour in order to reduce the HIV transmission rate. …

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