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  1. HIV/AIDS and STIs in-service framework and modules

    This framework sets a standard for training providers and in-service coordinators to help plan, deliver and evaluate training in HIV/AIDS, STIs, reproductive health, peer education and life skills. The training pathways aim to guide teachers to the appropriate training course for their experience and previous professional development. The purpose of the framework is to: 1. Support schools planning in-service on Personal Development or HIV/AIDS & STIs; 2. Guide training providers and partner organisations in delivering in-service training.

  2. Its Elementary, talking about gay issues in schools

    All kids are affected by anti-gay prejudice, and all adults have the ability and responsibility to address it. Trailer for GroundSpark's earliest film in the Respect for All Project.

  3. School-based Healthy living and HIV/AIDS Preventive Education (SHAPE). Primary level: teacher's manual

    A teacher's guide was developed as part of the School-Based Healthy Living and HIV/AIDS Preventive Education (SHAPE). The guide comprises of four sections: Healthy living and understanding your body; Health and diseases; Social skills for healthy living; and A sound mind in a sound body. These four sections cover a wide-range of topics such as physical health, common diseases, health-related social skills, and the need for mental and physical health. In every lesson, objectives, evaluation methods and follow-up activities are included to facilitate student-centred learning. …

  4. MEMA kwa vijana program

    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 AMREF, LSHTM and NIMR, initiated a program in 62 primary schools and 18 health facilities in Mwanza region in Tanzania in January 1999. Its main objective was to improve reproductive health knowledge among 12-19 year olds and decrease the rate of STI's and HIV infection as well as the number of unwanted pregnancies. …

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