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  1. Soul buddyz 2 : tomorrow is ours. Learning resource for use in the grade 7 life orientation classroom

    This document was developed as part of a multi-media education programme (Soul Buddyz) which includes this book and a television/radio series. It is aimed at children from 8 to 14 years old. This book is designed as a classroom resource for use in grade seven. Unit 7: "Children can do something about HIV and AIDS" particularly deals with the issue of HIV and AIDS. It is divided into four notions: knowledge, skills, values, attitudes; the assessment of this chapter is to describe strategies for living with diseases including HIV and AIDS. …

  2. How to bridge the gap between us? Gender and sexual safety

    This booklet aims to provoke discussions about gender issues; to stimulate questions about attitudes of men and women and to provide some practical information about some aspects of sexual safety that is required for today's young people to live 'safer tomorrows.' It was written by teenagers for teenagers, aged 15 to 17, from Russian and Estonian schools in Estonia, who took part in workshops run by "Living for Tomorrow" (a pilot action/research project of the Nordic Institute for Women's Studies and Gender Research). …

  3. Skills-based HIV and AIDS/STD prevention in schools in Vietnam

    This project was the main component of the UNICEF-assisted HIV and AIDS prevention project of the Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) that began in 1997. It trained teachers in skills-based health education (also called 'life skills') for HIV and AIDS and other STD prevention, and supported them to implement the new approach in the classroom. Skills-based HIV and AIDS/STD related lessons were developed for grades 1-12 and integrated into the existing curriculum. New teachers' guidebooks and student worksheets were developed by those trained. …

  4. Life skills training guide for young people: HIV and AIDS and substance use prevention

    This training guide was developed by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) to support the efforts of government, civil society institutions and youth work personnel, engaged in training young people on development issues. It is intended to provide insight into the peer-to-peer approach to life skills training in non-formal education settings in the Asian and Pacific region. …

  5. Life skills education. Teacher's guide for schools in Swaziland

    This document was prepared by the Department of Educational Testing Guidance and Psychological Services (DETGPS) in the Ministry of Education in Swaziland, so as to help children face the challenges in this era of HIV and AIDS, substance abuse, etc. This guide has been prepared for teachers in schools to provide students with the skills needed to face and cope with difficult circumstances. It is divided into two parts: Part one presents an overview of the concept of life skills, its objectives and why it is necessary in schools. …

  6. Open your eyes or be blind forever, Namibia

    This booklet is one of a series prepared during the UNESCO training workshops to produce gender-sensitive materials for HIV and AIDS prevention for Southern African countries. The gender theme that is integrated into this post-literacy material allows for the recognition of local conditions, values, attitudes, beliefs, dreams and aspirations. …

  7. My future is my choice

    This is a skills-based peer education programme addressing HIV prevention and risk behaviour reduction. The programme, which is based on an adaptation of two existing curricula, was developed and implemented in Namibia through a partnership between the Government of Namibia, UNICEF and the University of Maryland's School of Medicine. The curriculum addresses sexual health, pregnancy prevention, STIs, HIV and AIDS, and alcohol and drugs. …

  8. HIV and AIDS: information and activity book for mentors

    This booklet is an example of life skills based education materials used in emergency situations, especially for children and young people who are vulnerable to sexual abuse and rape. While the materials are intended for an audience aged 10 and above, the core content of the material is universally applicable and the materials can be adapted to a particular situation. It is the HIV and AIDS module of the life skills programme of Southern Sudan. …

  9. Straight talk/ young talk

    This programme is included in the Source Book of HIV/AIDS Prevention Program that presents 13 cases studies of good and promising practices of HIV/AIDS prevention programs in Sub-Saharan Africa. The aim of the 'Straight Talk Program' is to increase adolescents' and adults understanding of adolescent sexuality and reproductive health. It also aims to promote safer sex and the development of life skills, as well as to raise awareness of child and adolescent rights. The program targets 10-14 year olds with the 'Young Talk' newspaper and 15-19 year olds with the 'Straight Talk' newspaper. …

  10. Life orientation: life skills and HIV/AIDS illustrative learning programme. Grade 9

    The Life orientation programme is designed for young adolescents to equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed choices about sexual matters. It consists of an educator's guide and a learner's workbook, developed for Grade 9 students. The issues discussed are: HIV/AIDS prevention, responsible sexual behaviour and living positively with HIV/AIDS. Its Contents are: 1) Educator's guide, 2) Learners workbook.

  11. Life orientation: life skills and HIV/AIDS illustrative learning programme. Grade 8

    The life orientation programme is designed for youth and adolescents with a view to equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed and healthy decisions. It majors on the learner's self-efficacy with reference to themselves, and their influence on others and society; the clarification of personal, cultural, societal norms, beliefs, values-spiritual development; personal development-self discipline, self-awareness and acceptance/ownerships of own life and their future; personal accountability. …

  12. Life Skills and HIV/AIDS education: primary school programme. Grade Six: learner's activity book

    This document is part of the life skills and HIV/AIDS education: primary school programme designed for grades 1-7. The learner's activity book is to be used as a complement to the themes treated in the teacher's guide. Pupils are asked to draw, answer basic questions, make short lists or think about situations related to self-awareness or risk behaviours.

  13. Talking about life: HIV/AIDS and life skills training manual for secondary schools and primary schools

    The aim of the Life Skills Programme discussed in this book is to empower the youth with skills to help them make informed decisions regarding sexuality as a first and critical step to curbing HIV/STD infection. Although the emphasis of the programme is to reduce the rate of HIV infection among teenagers, HIV prevention should not be in isolation. The life skills programme takes a holistic approach which focuses on developing decision-making skills and increasing confidence among teenagers to enable them behave in a mature and responsible manner. …

  14. Life Skills and HIV/AIDS education: primary school programme. Grade Five: learner's activity book

    The learners' activity book is part of the life skills and HIV/AIDS education: primary school programme. It is to be used as a complement to the themes treated in the "teacher's guide." Pupils are asked to draw, answer basic questions, make short lists or think about situations related to self-awareness, feelings about HIV/AIDS, prevention, risky behaviours, change and so on.

  15. Life skills manual

    The manual consists of over 50 different lesson ideas that can be used with any group (anti AIDS clubs, boys and girls clubs, youth clubs etc) by health workers, parents, teachers, community volunteers or community leaders in addressing the important related issues of behavioural change that concentrates on the development of skills needed for life such as: decision-making, resisting peer pressure, thinking, self-esteem building and relationship skills. …

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