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  1. The Implementation of HIV/AIDS workplace programme in the Ministry of Education in Zambia

    The aim of this research is to establish the factors influencing the implementation of the Ministry of Education HIV/AIDS workplace programme in Zambia in order to provide guidelines to make it sustainable. This study is important to identify why the implementation of the workplace Programme has been difficult. This research was based on document analysis, direct observations and the use of semi structured interviews with key staff involved with the implementation of the workplace programme. …

  2. IATT case study review - Kenya

    This aide memoire presents the results of a country case study of Kenya which took place in the context of a four-country exercise commissioned by the UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on Education. This is an interim document, the purpose of which is to provide the stakeholders interviewed in Kenya, as well as the IATT on Education with a preliminary summary of findings. The results of this discussion will then be incorporated in the final overall report on the four countries which will be available mid-2007. …

  3. HIV and the education sector: the foundations of a control and management strategy in South Africa

    This paper confines its analysis primarily to issues of process, structure and content. Information was collected from government and agency documents and from respondents at national, provincial, district and schools level. The paper explores national structures and plans.

  4. Managing the impact of HIV/AIDS on education sector in South Africa

    This is a study on what HIV/AIDS is doing to people in South Africa, to its society and economy. It looks at some of the factors that have combined to make the pandemic so powerful. It then examines South African AIDS strategies, and factors that have complicated implementation of national AIDS plans, on the assumption that lessons from national efforts might suggest principles for the education system. The paper comments on the current framework for countering the effect of HIV/AIDS on the education sector. …

  5. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education in Zimbabwe

    This report is intended as a resource to several types of users, from those who require broad overviews of the issues, to planners and programme managers who may need more in depth understanding of specific issues and areas. The scope and detail of the report make it important to access the knowledge required in the most efficient way. The following outline of the report and suggestions may assist in this. A short Executive Summary provides an overview summary of findings and key recommendations and is likely to be useful to all readers. …

  6. Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education Sector in Swaziland: Executive Summary

    This paper discusses the issue of HIV/AIDS and education in Swaziland and how the relevant ministry is coping with the problem. The statistics of infection and the subsquent effects on the education system are examined and consequently, the implications and neccessities to management of the education sector are discussed.

  7. The economic impact of HIV/AIDS in the education sector in Zambia

    This document uses the ED-SIDA model to measure the impact of HIV/AIDS on the teaching population. The model captures the dynamicsof teacher population in terms of recruitment, retirement, leaving before retirement, HIV infection and death using difference equations based yearly time steps. The paper presents the economic implications of HIV/AIDS for the Zambian ministry of Education and the donors working on BESSIP.

  8. The Response of Information Technology to the Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Higher Education Institutions

    This presentation was shown at an Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting on Reforms in Higher Education and the Use of Inforation Technology in Africa. It includes the statistics of how the virus is distributed in the continent, the implications, challenges and discusses possible solutions to combat AIDS in the way of Information Technology in Higher Education.

  9. Responding to the socio-economic impact of the HIV epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa: why a systems approach is needed

    In this UNDP issue paper, Cohen highlights a concern that despite recognizing that HIV is underlying development progress of the last decade, current policy and programmes are still created without factoring in the HIV epidemic. He believes that part of the problem is that development problem-solving is still inherently focused on prediction - documenting the fact that progress will be eroded with HIV. …

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